One of the tropes of gaming peripherals is that they tend to be big and very flashy. Extra buttons and gimmicks galore are commonplace on hardware from all manufacturers, including Razer. Not so with the new Orochi though. This remake of the classic, small form-factor design has many of the advantages of a high-end gaming rodent, in a portable gaming package.
Designed to be taken on the road to offer a more functional gaming mouse for notebook gamers, the Orochi packs a 4G laser sensor along with some tasteful lighting and high-speed PTFE feet. It is also wireless and can work on any surface.
With a battery that can last up to 60 hours of non-stop gaming and support for RGB lighting, is the Razer Orochi the best gaming mouse for ‘on the go' play?
Features and specifications
- Dual wired/wireless Bluetooth 4.0 technology.
- 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling (Wired) / 125 Hz Ultrapolling (Wireless).
- 1 ms response time (Wired) / 8 ms response time (Wireless).
- 8,200 DPI 4G laser sensor.
- 210 inches per second / 50 G acceleration.
- Battery life: Approximately 60 hrs (continuous gaming) or 7 months (normal usage).
- Ambidextrous form factor with textured rubber side grips.
- Chroma lighting with true 16.8 million customizable colour options.
- Inter-device colour synchronization.
- Seven independently programmable buttons.
- Razer Synapse enabled.
- 1 m / 3.28 ft braided fiber USB charging cable.
- Approximate size: 99 mm / 3.90 in (Length) x 67 mm / 2.64 in (Width) x 35 mm / 1.38 in (Height).