<P>HP has broadened its accessory assortment with a couple of new products, including two new gamer mice.&nbsp;Gaming mice have to live up to a whole different standard than other regular mice and HP hopes meet these criteria with the HDX Laser Mouse and Laser Gaming Mouse VoodooDNA.&nbsp;The HDX model has five programmable buttons and in-game DPI switching up to 2400 DPI. It can store up to five individual setting profiles.&nbsp;</P><P>The somewhat tweaked Laser Gaming Mouse with VoodooDNA spawns from HP's work with PC builder VoodooPC, acuired two year ago. Laser Gaming Mouse sports HP's VoodooDNA software and a resolution of 3200 DPI. It also has some striking similarities with http//www.ideazon.com/us/products/reaperedge.aspIdeazon Reaper Edge</A>.</P>
<P>HDX Laser Mouse will cost $39.99 while Voodoo DNA will cost you&nbsp;a bit more, $59.99. </P>
<P align=center><IMG alt="" hspace=0 src="http//www.nordichardware.com/image3.php?id=5733 " align=baseline border=0><EM>HP HDX&nbsp;Laser Mouse</EM></P>
<P align=center><IMG alt="" hspace=0 src="http//www.nordichardware.com/image3.php?id=5734 " align=baseline border=0><EM>HP Laser&nbsp;Gaming Mouse VoodooDNA</EM></P>