Razer Mamba Gaming Mouse with 5,600 dpi and wireless/wired connection
Razer has introduced the gaming mouse Mamba. The integrated laser is supposed to work with 5,600 dpi and thus the device would be the most precise gaming mouse. Also interesting: The Mamba can be used with or without a cabel.
On the CES the gaming mouse war is on. After Logitech had announced the G9x Razer also introduced a new gaming mouse that beats everything in matters of precision.
The Razer Mamba is said to have a laser with a resolution of 5,600 dpi and the mouse can be used wired or wireless. Users can easily switch between the two modes. For the connection a 2.4 GHz wireless technology is used. Via USB the mouse can be connected to the PC to save battery life.
Razer emphasizes that the Mamba has the lowest response time of all available wireless mice with a latency of 1 millisecond. Thus the device would also be interesting for gamers. Up to now wireless mice have often been avoided by gamers because the latencies often had negative effects.
• Removable, light and specially covered cable
• Battery life and dpi indication
• Teflon feet
• Dual mode wired/wireless functionality
• Onboard memory for mouse settings
• 5,600 dpi laser sensor
• 1 ms latency
• Size: 128 mm (length) x 70 mm (width) x 42.5 mm (height)
• Battery life: 14 hours (continuous gaming); 72 hours (normal usage) depending on the surface
The Razer Mamba is supposed to be released in Q1 2009 for about 130 Euros. Additional details can be found on Razer's website. You can also watch the video below: