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Thursday, 26 July 2012 13:05

Razer announces the new Ouroboros gaming mouse

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With 8200dpi 4G Dual Sensor


Razer has announced the latest addition to its gaming rodent lineup, the awkwardly named Ouroboros. Featuring customizable ergonomics in order to fit both left and right-handed gamers, a new 8200 dpi sensor and can be used as both wireless and wired mouse.

In design, the Razer Ouroboros is described as an ambidextrous mouse but due to fully customizable shell it can be transformed to be either left or right-handed as well as any hand size. The specification list kicks off with new 8200 dpi 4G Dual Sensor System with a dedicated dpi clutch trigger button that provides a quick temporary change in dpi. The new 4G Dual Sensor combines an optical and a laser sensor in order to provide enhanced tracking precision and detect surface ten times faster than previous generation sensors. In total, it features eleven programmable Hyperesponse buttons.

The Ouroboros is designed as a wireless mouse with ultra-low 1ms latency and powered by a single rechargeable AA battery that is enough for a minimum 12 hours of gaming. It comes with a recharge dock but can be also used as a wired mouse in case you run out of battery juice.

The new Ouroboros gaming mouse should be available as of Q4 2012 with a price set at US $129.99 in the U.S. and €129.99 in Europe.

You can check out more details here.

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