Behold, the new Razer Ouroboros mouse - ambidextrous, wireless, customisable, super sensitive, €129.99.
Arriving Q4, the Ouroboros can have panels removed and altered to fit any hand, left or right.
Its dual optical and laser sensor reads up to an unprecedented 8200 DPI, and there's a clutch trigger DPI button that lowers or raises DPI at a squeeze.
The wireless connection has under 1ms latency - as much as a cord, apparently - and the whole thing can be powered for 12 hours continuously by one AA battery.
That covers the back-lights under the scroll wheel, side panels and the battery level indicator as well.
A UK price wasn't mentioned in any of the official paraphernalia, nor is it mentioned on Razer's site. Overclockers UK, however, is taking pre-orders now for £114.98.
- Customizable ergonomics to fit all hand sizes and grip styles
- 8.200 DPI 4G Dual Sensor System
- Gaming-grade wireless technology with dock
- Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled
- 11 programmable Hyperesponse buttons
- 1.000 Hz Ultrapolling /1 ms response time
- Up to 200 IPS (Inches per Second) / 50 g acceleration
- 2,1 m braided fiber cable
- Approximate Size : 116 mm to 136 mm (length) x 71 mm (width) x 42 mm (height)
- Approximate Weight: 115 g (without battery) to 135 g (with battery)
- Battery life: Approx. 12 hours (continuous gaming)