Razer's new Orochi is the 'worlds most precise' mini-mouse

Razer attempts to win over portable gaming. Meet the Orochi which offers 60 hours of continuous Bluetooth gaming and a crazy 8,200 DPI.

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Published Tue, Sep 8 2015 7:27 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:04 PM CST

If you're a hardcore gamer on the go, Razer has a solution that it believes will suit you perfectly. Enter the Razer Orochi, a notebook gaming mouse which features 8,200 DPI through the help of a 4G laser sensor, Razer Chroma RGB lighting and 60 hours of non-stop battery life.

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With added Windows 10 support, this mouse is being released with double the battery life of its predecessor and it has Bluetooth 4.0 partly to thank for this. If you're looking to use it wired or need a charge, there is also an included 3.28 foot braided USB cable on offer.

The mouse measures up at only 3.9(L) x 2.64(W) x 1.38(H) inches in stature and requires two AA batteries to operate.

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Set for release in October 2015, it is currently available for pre-order. For more information and ordering, head here.

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