Razer Ouroboros gaming mouse

here comes the latest gaming mouse from Razer that inadvertently broke cover over at the FCC.it's been official anounced over a month ago, but recently Germany's annual gaming convention has offered us our first chance to to get to grips with it. Razer has tied itself in a ergonomic knot over the Ouroboros, with most of the mouse's dimensions happily adjustable to suit practically any gamer hand.

The mouse seems to be a hard core gamming device,When we got our hands on adjusting it, raising the bridge of the lower half of the Ouroboros, and extending the back out a little.The mouse packs a pair of sensors, with a top end 8,200 DPI primary joined with a secondary sensor to detect and adjust to different playing surfaces. Yeah, it's sounding pretty precise and surely a gamers pride. While the mouse is wireless, there's a cable which will not only charge it, but also switch it to a "wired" mode, stopping any broadcast and presumably speeding up the recharge. The mouse will also connect to Razer's Synapse 2 cloud-based settings service, which will house the finely-tuned key shortcuts and preferences online, downloading them to any other PC you start to use the Ouroboros with it. 

The mouse is still set to launch in Q4 this year, ringing up at Razer's online store for $130.so get your hands ready to get over the latest gaming device from the ultimate gaming device company razer very soon:):)


  1. I love that the Ouroboros is ambidextrous. Very nice device for lef handers