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Razer Ouroboros in stores

by on25 November 2012 2679 times

Razer has launched a wireless gaming mouse named Ouroboros, which was originally presented in July of this year (2012). The mouse is a symmetrical design with specific modular capabilities relating to removable side supports and adjustable length of the palm rest, so that each user can adjust the mouse to their own playing style and hand size.

The Ouroboros has built-in 4G Dual Sensor System with two sensors (optical and laser) and a resolution of 8200 dpi. There are 11 programmable Hyperesponse buttons. Ouroboros in wireless mode has a response time of 1 ms and thus the speed is comparable to conventional wired mice. Autonomy is supplied by rechargeable AA size batteries which give approximately 12 hours of continuous play - the mouse can be placed in the included dock to charge the battery and it is possible to use it as a wired mouse and recharge the battery during use. The attached jacketed cable length is 2.1 meters
The Ouroboros will cost hefty $129.99. If you wonder how it got the name Ouroboros, it comes from the ancient symbol that represents a serpent or a dragon eating its own tail. It represents the eternal return and the cyclicality of life, similar to the phoenix.  This is sort of the point with the flexible modes of operation and also the rechargeable batteries. This mouse is ambidextrous, so both left and right handed people can use it.

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