Razer reveals updated Krait gaming mouse

Razer-Krait

The famous gaming peripherals maker Razer has announced an updated version of the budget-oriented Krait mouse that the company released more than six years ago.

The updated Krait comes with dimensions similar to the original mouse – 116 x 52 x 36 mm – and weighs 85 grams. The mouse now offers a 4G sensor with 6400 dpi of sensitivity and allows gamers to change the sensitivity on the fly. In addition Krait 2.0 supports Razer’s Synapse 2.0 technology and offers cloud services to those interested.

Expected in Q1 2013 Razer Krait 2.0 will cost just USD 30.


Source: HWP.ru

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