Razer’s New Ouroboros Mouse (video)

| August 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Known on the side of their high-performance gaming hardware, Razer announced the set at liberty of its new elite mouse, Ouroboros. The recent mouse is fully customizable, ambidextrous wireless look closely designed to accommodate most hand sizes. Its laurel rest can move up to 0.9 inches, increasing the long duration of the mouse to accommodate larger operative sizes, and can be tilted by reason of further comfort. The interchangeable side panels it comes by add an extra finger rest to one or the other side so that those who like a hand-grip style of mouse control can feel more comfortable in all their gaming adventures. Thanks to an adjustable back hammer angle, gamers will have adequate handle support for gaming comfort and continuance.

Besides its ergonomic features, the mouse has an enhanced sensor that is skilful of up to 200 dpi, and a dedicated, built-in dpi grasp trigger button ensures players can carry through pinpoint precision when needed. The Ouroboros is powered by a rechargeable AA battery and boasts a least part of 12 hours of drag-unrestrained, lag-less play. The Ouroboros mouse will cost around $130 when it comes out in the fourth place.
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