Razer has announced an upgraded version of the Mamba gaming mouse, with a couple new features. One of the improvements is a nifty mechanism that allows users to adjust the actuation force of the main buttons. The Mamba also features a new 16,000 DPI laser sensor. Razer claims it can track movement as fine as 1 DPI, and its lift-off distance is a mere 0.1 mm. The scroll wheel now has left and right tilt buttons, as well.
Like the previous Mamba, this model allows for either wired or wireless usage. Razer claims 1 ms of input latency in wireless mode. The integrated battery is specced for 20 hours of untethered fragging, and the mouse can be used while it charges. Like many Razer products, this mouse features a strip of RGB LEDs that can be set to a variety of solid colors or animated effects.
A pared-down version of the mouse will be available, called the Tournament Edition, which drops wireless support and the adjustable click force mechanism. These rodents will be unleashed in the third quarter of 2015. The regular Mamba lists for an eye-watering $149.99, while the Tournament Edition will go for $89.99.
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