Razer starts sales of new gaming mice

Razer-Ouroboros


The US gaming peripherals maker Razer has officially released two new gaming mice – the Razer Ouroboros and an updated version of the popular Razer DeathAdder mouse.

The updated Razer DeathAdder features a bunch of new features and improvements among which a 4G optical sensor that works in the infrared range and offers a resolution of up to 6400 dpi. The new version of the Razer DeathAdder also features new textured rubber inserts in the sidewalls for a better grip and low-noise Ultraslick teflon feet.

In addition the mouse sports the same dimensions of 127 x 70 x 44 mm and weighs 105 grams. There also are five Hyperesponse keys, sample rate of 1000 Hz and the same reaction time of 1 ms. The updated DeathAdder supports the Razer Synapse 2.0 technology too.

Razer asks for USD 70 for the new DeathAdder.

As to the brand new Razer Ouroboros – this one comes with dimensions of 122 x 71 x 42 mm and weighs 135 grams with installed batteries. The Ouroboros sports two laser 8200 dpi sensors and has 11 programmable keys with support for Hyperesponse technology, 1000 Hz sample rate and reaction time of 1 ms. The mouse also allows the user to change the DPI sensitivity on the fly and supports wired and wireless operation along with Razer Synapse 2.0 technology – with the wireless mode promising up to 12 hours of active gaming. Users can save the mouse settings in the cloud – so that they won’t lose them in critical situations.

Razer asks for USD 130 for the Ouroboros – and for this much money you also get a docking station that can recharge the mouse.


Source: Razer

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