Razer Atheris is a mouse for notebook users

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Mention Razer, and you would most probably have gaming-centric hardware and peripherals sweep across your mind. After all, Razer is a household name when it comes to delivering quality gaming peripherals for the hardcore gamer, but the company has taken a sideways look at road warriors and pitied them. Hence, the birth of the Razer Atheris, a wireless notebook mouse that lays claim to having the longest lasting battery life in its class, while delivering lag-free wireless gaming-grade performance.

Sounds too good to be true? Well, it isn’t. After all, Razer’s expertise in the gaming department has spilled over to the corporate side of things, and the result is the Razer Atheris. Specially designed for mobile work as well as play as it outlasts any competition, the Razer Atheris is capable of delivering up to 350 hours of non-stop use on just a couple of of AA batteries. This would be more than enough juice to last even the most boring of all boardroom meetings, and is also perfectly at home to meet the needs of intense gaming sessions on the go in order to alleviate stress at the workplace.

The Razer Atheris is special since it boasts of Razer’s proprietary wireless Adaptive Frequency Technology (AFT), delivering industry-leading transmission that makes for the most reliable, stable connection. AFT is enabled whenever it connects via a compact USB dongle, and this USB dongle is easily stashed away in the mouse. Whenever there is no USB connection, fret not, just switch over to Bluetooth LE connectivity and you’re good to go. The Razer Atheris, with its 7200 DPI optical sensor, delivers blazing accuracy across multiple high-resolution monitors, while offering an unfair advantage during work or play. It will retail for $49.99 in the US, and €59.99 across the pond. Being an ambidextrous mouse certainly helps its case to be appealing to the masses.

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