Razer Launches Mobile Gaming Mouse and Mouse Mat

Razer-Kabuto-OrochiRazer™, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, has unveiled two new on the go products to add to your arsenal, the Razer Orochi™ and the Razer Kabuto™; a Bluetooth Laser gaming mouse and a sleek ultra-thin microfiber gaming mouse mat.

“We live in a mobile society of gaming where powerful notebook gaming is a must. With all gamers in mind, the Razer Orochi and Kabuto provide the perfect portability to improve your gaming experience anywhere at any time.” says Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, President of Razer. “Gaming should never be restricted to one area.

Razer Orochi

About the Razer Orochi™

The Razer Orochi is the world’s first notebook gaming mouse that offers a lethal 4000dpi Razer Precision™ 3G Laser Sensor and dual mode wired/wireless functionality that provides gamers with precision, control and accuracy. With other versatile features like 7 programmable buttons, Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, and Razer Synapse™ On-board Memory it is designed for superior performance, flexibility, and comfort. The Razer Orochi possesses a sleek ambidextrous design with the convenience of a wired/wireless hybrid system giving the user gaming grade performance and the freedom of movement in wireless mode via Bluetooth® technology. In addition, the Razer Orochi would not be complete without a custom carrying case making it truly a portable gaming mouse.

Razer Orochi

Razer Orochi Back View

About the Razer Kabuto™

The Razer Kabuto™ is an ultra-thin, soft gaming mouse mat designed for the gamers who demand gaming grade precision and portability. With Razer’s cutting-edge technologies, the Razer Kabuto’s slim and high quality microfiber tracking surface offers a consistent glide while its high grip rubber base prevents the pad from sliding. The Razer Kabuto also doubles up as a laptop screen protector to reduce the risk of gamers damaging their screen wherever they go. When armed with the Razer Kabuto and the Razer Orochi, you’re never out of the game.

Razer Kabuto mouse mat

Razer Orochi™

COST: US: $79.99, Europe €79.99


Razerzone.com – Mid August, 2009

Worldwide – Late September, 2009

Technical Specifications

  1. Bluetooth® 2.0 connectivity
  2. Dual mode wired/wireless functionality
  3. 4000dpi Razer Precision™ 3G Laser sensor
  4. Razer Synapse™ On-board Memory
  5. Up to 100 inches per second
  6. Battery life: Approximately 1-3 months under normal usage
  7. Powered by 2 AA batteries
  8. Approximate size: 99mm x 67.8mm x 35mm


  1. Detachable three foot, lightweight, braided cord
  2. Battery life indicator
  3. 7 fully programmable buttons
  4. Hyperesponse™ left and right click buttons
  5. Ambidextrous design

Razer Kabuto™

COST: US: $19.99, Europe €19.99

AVAILABILITY: August, 2009 Worldwide

Razer Kabuto mouse pad


  1. High quality ultra-thin microfiber material
  2. High grip natural rubber base
  3. Size: 280mm x 195mm x 1.2mm

Source: Razer

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