Razer Orochi BT Mouse Does Wired/Wireless And 4000dpi

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If you still can’t decide on what mouse to buy – wired or wireless – wonder no longer my friends.  Wow, I just felt like the Dos Equis guy, ‘stay thirsty my friends’.  Retarded digressions aside, Razer launched a new mouse targeted at the gamer on the go that offers both a wired and wireless setup (Bluetooth).  If the Orochi BT Mouse’s multiple modes of connectivity aren’t enough you’ll surely enjoy the 4,000dpi Razer Precision 3G laser sensor, Razer’s Synapse On-board Memory for gamer profiles, ambidextrous design and 7 programmable buttons ready for all the fragging your eyeballs can withstand.

Razer also launched a new mouse pad called the Kabuto gaming surface, which is said to insure a consistent glide.

Both Razer products will be available this August and cost $79.99 and $19.99 respectively.

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