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Razer intros Orochi Bluetooth gaming mouse

updated 02:30 pm EDT, Thu July 23, 2009

Razer intros Orochi mouse

Razer on Thursday introduced its latest gaming mouse, the Orochi. One of the company's first real notebook mice, it communicates over Bluetooth 2.0 but sports a very high-sensitivity 4,000dpi optical sensor. The design is ambidextrous, and a 3-foot cord is included in case the two AA batteries lose their charge. There are seven programmable buttons, with their custom functions saved in built-in memory.

A carrying case is included, and the Orochi mouse is priced at about $80. While it is available for pre-order now, it should ship in about 3 or 4 weeks.








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  1. InfraredAD

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    Rock On!

    I currently have a Lachesis, and had a Copperhead before it. In both cases I was able to really use these mice with OS X by using SteerMouse.. all buttons programmed with no problem. Granted I can't use the onboard memory given how SteerMouse works, but it's better than using some other mouse. I don't even play games that much anymore, if anything they're great for everyday, design, precise, etc. jobs.

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