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Razer Ouroboros adjustable mouse with 8200 DPI sensor

Razer announces a new ambidextrous mouse featuring an 8,200DPI sensor

By Trace Hagan on Jul 26, 2012 04:59 pm CDT - 0 mins, 48 secs reading time

Razer, a company known for producing high quality gaming peripherals and laptops, has released a new, adjustable mouse. Designed to be ambidextrous, Razer's engineers studied hands and found out that everyone holds a mouse slightly different due to variations in hand shape and size. Of course, it comes with an equally impressive price tag.

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The fully adjustable mouse features an 8,200DPI sensor and looks pretty darn cool. The mouse features three different adjustments: the palm rest can be raised by 0.9", the back tilt can be adjusted, and there are two side panels included to accommodate "claw, palm or hybrid grip styles." The cost? $129.99.

Furthermore, the new Ouroboros mouse is wireless and powered by a single AA battery. The latency in the wireless is purported to be a tiny 1 ms. Razer claims that the battery will last for 12 hours of continuous "drag-free, lag-less play." The mouse has many other features and will be available in stores starting next quarter.

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