Razer Mouse Bungee updated and is back in action


Back in the days when computer mice had trackballs, getting the right kind of mouse pad is very important – after all, that alongside Teflon feet help your mouse glide over effortlessly, so that you will be able to have precise aim at your target, fragging them to kingdom come with the rocket launcher or railgun. Fast forward to today and you have optical mice being the norm, and while laser tracking works well on most surfaces, hardcore gamers would still prefer the comfort of a dedicated mouse pad to get the job done.

Razer, being an old hand when it comes to gaming peripherals, has just announced that they have updated the Razer Mouse Bungee – where the device will boast of a stable, taut arm, helping thread your mouse cord through it so that said cord will not experience any form of dragg against surfaces or end up being in a tangled mess. Not only that, with anti-slip feet as well as a weight installed in the Razer Mouse Bungees base, it will remain immobile regardless of just how aggressive your swipes are.

In addition, Razers updated sleek design and pitch black finish will surely make this a mean looking addition to your gaming arsenal. Gotta love the black finish, since that means it is harder to see whatever dirt that is accumulated on it over time. It will retail for $19.99 Stateside, although those of you living across the pond will end up with a raw deal of 19.99 – making it more expensive after conversion. That had always been the case with Razer’s products, so I guess it is something Europeans will have to live with.

You can place your pre-order for the updated Razer Mouse Bungee as it will start shipping from July 28th onwards – worldwide. Needless to say, there is one group of gamers who won’t need the Razer Mouse Bungee – those who use cordless mice to get the job done, of course.

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