Most gaming mice from Razer in the past have taken the wired route for a very simple reason – you don’t need to worry about recharging batteries in a wireless setup, and the response time of a wired connection is far superior, which means that there is virtually no lag time between movement in real life and on the screen. Well, Razer takes a different route with the Orochi gaming mouse this time round, where it connects through Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity for additional flexibility when playing. Sounds OK for casual titles, but methinks hardcore gamers would still prefer a wired connection. The Orochi comes with a 4,000 dpi optical sensor and works great regardless of which is your dominant hand. It features seven programmable buttons and a 3-foot cord just in case you prefer to remain wired, retailing for $79.99 a pop. Oh yeah, nice to know they have kept to the serpent theme, although this one refers to a mythical creature instead.
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