Razer Ouroboros ＆ Orochi Wireless Gaming Mouse
Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse
- 8200dpi 4G laser sensor.
- DPI clutch-trigger. Hold it down to temporarily increase/decrease the mouse's DPI.
- 1 AA battery. 12 hours of continuous use.
- included charging dock.
- adjustable palm rest (up/down or make mouse longer), removable side finger rest shells.
- Approximate Size: 122 mm to 137 mm / 4.80" to 5.39" (Length) x 71 mm / 2.80" (Width) x 42 mm / 1.65" (Height)
- Approximate Weight: 115 g / 0.25 lbs. (without battery) to 135 g / 0.29 lbs. (with battery)
Note: there are actually 3 buttons on each side. There's 2 silver ones, but below it, where your thumb rests, is also a button.
I do not think this mouse's performance/price ratio is good. Because:
- at $130, quite expensive.
- the symmetric design. That means, doesn't matter you are right-handed or left-handed, 3 buttons on a side are going to become rarely used.
- the 8200dpi 4G laser is rather useless. 2k dpi is enough. 〔☛ What's Mouse DPI? Does Mouse DPI Matter in Gaming?〕
- The adjustable size is nice. But, you can easily find the right gaming mouse for the size of your hand for half the price, without the adjustable parts and hassle.
if you are right-handed, a much better one is Logitech Gaming Mouse G700/G700s
Razer Orochi Mobile Gaming Mouse
- 6400dpi 4G Laser Sensor
- Wired/Wireless Bluetooth 3.0 Connectivity
- 2 AA battery. 30 hours of continuous use. (no charging dock or wire charge)
this one is designed for on the go. Nice that it uses Bluetooth, so you don't need to plugin a extra USB wireless transmitter. When the battery is out, you can use it wired. (but it doesn't charge.)
I think a better one is Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
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