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Razer Mambo - wireless gaming mice with optional cord

Posted on Thursday, January 08 2009 @ 19:49:04 CET by


Razer has released its first wireless gaming mouse, the Mamba features a 5600DPI 3.5G laser sensor and uses 2.4GHz "gaming grade" wireless technology. Razer claims the Mamba should offer virtually lag free gameplay because of its 1ms polling rate, which is a lot faster than the 8ms offered by traditional wireless mice.

Additionally, the mouse also has a detachable seven-foot cord which can be used when your batteries are empty. Razer claims the mouse offers 14 hours of continuous gaming on a single charge, and 72 hours of normal gaming use. The Razer Mambo will ship later this quarter for $129.99 (129.99EUR).

Features:
  • Detachable seven-foot, lightweight, braided cord
  • Battery life & DPI stage indicator
  • Ultra-large non-slip Hyperesponse™ buttons
  • Ergonomic design
  • Zero-acoustic Ultraslick™ Teflon feet
  • Gaming Grade Wireless Technology
  • Dual Mode Wired/Wireless Functionality
  • Razer Synapse™ On-board Memory
  • 5600DPI Razer Precision™ 3.5G Laser sensor
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling™ / 1ms response rate
  • Up to 200 inches per second*/ 50g acceleration
  • Approximate size: 128mm x 70mm x 42.5mm
  • Battery Life: 14hrs (continuous gaming); 72hrs (normal gaming usage)




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