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The Razer Orochi is a mid-range wireless gaming mouse.

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One of few portable notebook mouse to offer a higher performance sensor

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Dual bluetooth and wired mode

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Seven customisable buttons, a big number considering it's a small travel mouse

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Ambidextrous and ergonomic design, comfortable for both left and right handed users

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Uses easily replaceable and readily available AA battery

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Works with any bluetooth enabled device (including android OS).

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Charging done via USB cable, no need to replace battery

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3 second lag when waking from the power saving sleep mode (on bluetooth)

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Expensive for a wireless travel mouse

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The Razer Orochi is a mid-range wireless gaming mouse. While the top-of-the-line Mamba features 5600dpi laser tracking in both wired and wireless modes, the Orochi operates at 2000 dpi wirelessly and 4000 dpi wired, still enabling gaming-grade precision and sensitivity. In Bluetooth wireless mode, the mouse loses its 1000Hz polling capability, so response time rises to 8 ms. Designed for mobility, the Orochi is equipped with on-board memory, allowing users to save settings and button profiles so that the mouse does not need to be reconfigured when used with a new system. Unlike many of Razer's mid-to-high-end mice, the Orochi can be used by left- and right-handed gamers.

  • Ambidextrous design
  • Wireless mode (Bluetooth 2.0)
    • 2000dpi laser tracking
    • 125Hz polling (8ms response time)
    • 2 AA batteries
  • Wired mode
    • 4000dpi laser tracking
    • 1000Hz Ultrapolling (1ms response time)
    • 3ft micro-USB cord
  • On-board memory
  • On-the-fly sensitivity adjustment
  • Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet
  • Max. 100 inches per second
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