Razer continues to release new and advancing PC mouse devices made especially for gamers. The latest such launch is the new version of the Razer Mamba, which the company claims has the world's most precise gaming mouse sensor inside.
"The new 5G laser sensor is capable of tracking up to 16,000 DPI which is optimized for multi-display set-ups with ultra-high display resolutions. The 5G laser sensor is also the world's most precise – with its ability to track up to 1 DPI increments (as opposed to the current industry standard of 50 DPI increments). The next generation gaming mouse sensor is also able to track lift-off cut-off distance as precise as 0.1 mm, reducing on-screen jitter so your aim stays on target even as you move. The 5G laser sensor in the new Razer Mamba was designed to be an extension of your natural hand movement."
The new Razer Mamba also contains what the company calls its "Adjustable Click Force Technology" which allows its users to manually change the click force of the left and right mouse buttons "from distinct clicks for high accuracy actions such as sniping in FPS games to lighter presses for rapid fire action needed for MOBA games." It also supports Razer's Chroma lighting support so that gamers can customize the lights on the mouse with 16.8 million customizable colors.
The mouse will come in two versions, a regular one with wireless support and the Razer Mamba Tournament Edition, which is a wired mouse made specifically for pro gamers. That version will sell for $89.99, while the wireless Razer Mamba will be priced at $149.99.
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