Razer has today expanded their range of wireless gaming mice, unveiling the new Razer Orochi 2016 that offers the highest DPI sensor in a mobile gaming mouse that is currently available.
Equipped with a 4G, 8,200 DPI laser sensor, the Orochi 2016 mouse is capable of tracking movement speeds of up to 210 inches per second with 50 G acceleration.
It also connected to a computer via Bluetooth 4.0 and is powered by 2 x AA batteries, if you prefer you can used the mouse as a wired device.
If wired the mouse will have 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling with a 1ms response time, if wireless it will have 125 Hz Ultrapooling and an 8ms response time.
Razer say that the battery will last about 50 hours of continuous gaming, or around 7 months of normal usage. The mouse also has Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customisable colour options, inter-device colour synchronisation, seven independent programmable buttons and compatibility with Razer Synapse.
The mouse also has an Ambidextrous form factor with textured rubber side grips.
The Razer Orochi 2016 is now available to pre-order directly from Razer, priced at €84.99/ $69.99.
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