Razer's flashy new ambidextrous Ouroboros mouse costs €129.99

That'll put a rodent in your pocket.

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.


How much?! I could buy plenty of real mice for that money.

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.

Product features:

  • 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)

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