Razer Ouroboros piles on the gaming pressure
Gamers, take note! There is a new piece of hardware in town, and if you feel that you have not been lethal enough towards your opponents thus far and would like to do something about the situation, then you will not go too wrong with the Razer Ouroboros. On paper, the Razer Ouroboros does seem to carry just about anything and everything which you need to achieve utter gaming domination regardless of the genre, so here we are with the Razer Ouroboros in all of its glory, where you can read further about its specifications and performance capabilities right after the jump.
I must say, however, that for Razer to churn out the Ouroboros as an an ergonomic and ambidextrous mouse should be noted, especially for southpaws like me who have long “suffered” when it comes to hardware choices, as many of the hardware released to date seem to cater more towards the right handed folks, with very few versions of the same peripheral coming in a left-handed model.
Well, let us get to the nitty gritty. The Razer Ouroboros is an elite gaming mouse which is said to be able to “evolve” – thanks to its fully-customizable ergonomics which can be adjusted for any hand size and grip style. After all, your gaming grip on the mouse is a very personal matter, as everyone holds their gaming mouse differently. The Razer Ouroboros was specially designed for precision gaming, boasting of an adjustable palm rest that can move up to 0.9 in. (20 mm), making it ideal for everyone regardless of their hand size.
There are also two interchangeable side panels so that you are able to change the footprint of the mouse to suit claw, palm or hybrid grip styles (which are you?), where it will also come with an adjustable back tilt angle in order for your palm to gain adequate support for gaming comfort and endurance. There is also an enhanced sensor technology which allows you to sweep your mouse at up to 8200 dpi, in addition to a dedicated, built-in dpi clutch trigger button to deliver on-the-fly dpi adjustment. It will cost you $129.99/€129.99 when it hits the global market before the year is over.