Razer recently unveiled its newest Orochi V2 wireless gaming mouse. The device can reportedly last up to 950 hours on a single AA battery when in Bluetooth mode or 425 hours on 2.4GHz hyperspeed mode.
“Good battery life is useful for any kind of workload, but it’s especially nice to have for gaming, which is what the Orochi V2 was designed for. This mouse feels similar in some ways to the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed — another budget-friendly battery-powered mouse with two wireless modes,” writes The Verge‘s Cameron Faulkner. “The Orochi V2 has a textured scroll wheel, angular main mouse buttons that are slightly concave to keep your fingers steady in-game, and two thumb buttons. It’s a smaller mouse overall than the Basilisk X Hyperspeed, yet Razer built it to cater to several grip styles, including claw, palm, and fingertip grips. It is symmetrically designed, though not ambidextrous. A concave thumb rest and the two thumb buttons cater to right-handed gamers.”
The Razer Orochi V2 mouse comes in two colors: black or white. Both models of the device cost $69.99 on the Razer website.
The Profit‘s Take:
Esports hardware is a passion of mine. This mouse is actually an amazing product from Razer and my new wireless main. Razer continues to impress both from a business and product perspective.
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