The Razer Orochi V2 Mobile Wireless Gaming Mouse was designed to provide gamers a portable, high-performance gaming mouse that is small enough to slip into the pocket or in a carry bag, and you can get one $27.99 shipped, today only, originally $69.99. What really sets it apart from others is that it boasts Razer HyperSpeed multi-device support, which means you can connect this mouse and a wireless keyboard to a single USB dongle. Product page.
- <60g Ultra-Lightweight Design: for seamless control when gaming on the go exlcudes battery weight
- 2 Wireless Modes: Maximize its battery life for work via Bluetooth, and maximize your after-hours gaming with the seamless, low-latency performance of Razer HyperSpeed Wireless.
- Up to 950hrs of Battery Life: Built for the gaming and work grind, it lasts up to 950 hours on Bluetooth and up to 425 hours on Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, and can go for ages before its batteries need replacing.
- 2nd-Gen Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches: With new gold-plated contact points, the switches are less prone to degrading and have a longer lifespan of up to 60 million clicks, so you can enjoy crisp execution that’s just as consistent
- Razer 5G Advanced 18K DPI Optical Sensor: Enjoy responsive, pixel-precise aim with an improved sensor that flawlessly tracks your movement with zero spinouts.
Weighing in at under 60 grams (excluding batteries), the Orochi V2’s tapered ends offer a solid grip for quick, controlled flicks, while a raised back arch ensures a secure palm fit for less fatigue in extended sessions. It can last for over 900 hours of continuous usage in on a single AA or AAA battery in Bluetooth mode or you can select Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, for up to 425 hours of uninterrupted, lag-free connection. This technology just needs to be incorporated into the 3D Pikachu wireless computer mouse.
Gamers shouldn’t have to sacrifice performance for portability. The Orochi V2 uses state-of-the-art gaming grade components combined with unique lightweight design features, making it the ideal portable gaming mouse,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Peripherals Business Unit.