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The famous peripheral devices maker Razer launches its wireless Orochi mouse for gamers, as they’ve made an announcement during the IFA in Berlin, the consumer electronics fair. The products include an audio lineup, and two enhanced versions of its laptop mice.
Moreover, the Kraken headset displays features including, first and foremost, retractable microphones and a 7.1 surround sound. It also features Chroma lighting.
The Kraken Mobile is similar to the Kraken Pro Neon. Both series include six versions, of bright neon colors. The 40 mm drivers allow you to hear crystal clear calls, using your smartphone, whereas you could also easily listen to music as you travel. The set features an in-line microphone and also a remote designed for iOS devices, altogether. However, there’s good news for Android device users: the variants of the microphone and cable for Android can be purchased online.
The Kraken USB, featured on Razer’s official online store, can be bought for $59.99. The Kraken mobile, which will be launched this fall, will cost $89.99.
The latest Orochi mouse model was primarily designed for laptops. The Chroma lighting has been added to the mouse wheel. The Orochi mouse features rubberized grips on its side, but the significant changes revolve around what’s inside the mouse.
To be more precise, when you connect it to the laptop via Bluetooth, the mouse responds in 8 milliseconds, whereas through wire – 1 millisecond. A couple of AA batteries preserve its power.
About the mouse’s “lifespan” – it’s been claimed it lasts for 60 hours, when you consistently use it for gaming, whereas it lasts approximately 7 months in casual use.
The mouse will be widely available in October, but you can pre-order it for $69.99.
Furthermore, for those who need a larger mouse – there’s good news: the Diamondback returns. And it’s similar to the Orochi, featuring rubberized grips on its sides. The company said it features so-called “hyperresponse buttons.” A quite neat feature is that the mouse wheel, curved edges and the logo are Chroma lighted.
Also, the Diamondback will be made available in October, for $89.99, and the company said that the Diamondback
“takes advantage of the latest advances in sensor technology to give gamers a mouse worthy of the legendary Diamondback name.”
Photo Credits razerzone.com