Razer’s Ouroboros gaming mouse is one of very few unique gaming mice out there in the market. Its tagline about holding infinity is quite literally about the Ouroboros’ adjustable features. The Razer Ouroboros has won numerous press awards and top reviews from many notable tech sites, citing that it is incredibly versatile in its use and also incredibly customizable for every different type of grip.
Fully Customizable Ergonomics
The Razer Ouroboros is an ambidextrous mouse, meaning that it is usable for both the left-handers and right-handers. To make ergonomics even better, the Razer Ouroboros features fully customizable pieces that allow each individual gamer to specifically tune the gaming mouse for their grip-styles.
The arched palm rest of is freely adjustable in different angles, ensuring that the palm has the most optimal resting surface. The back of the mouse is also adjustable, making the mouse shorter or longer. In addition to the adjustable length and curve of the palm rest, the Ouroboros has swappable side panels that have different grips and shapes.
Both Wired and Wireless
Wireless mouse tend to have a bad reputation among gamers because of latency issues and battery life. The Razer Ouroboros solves both problems with its dual technology. The Razer Ouroboros has a high performance 8200 4G laser sensor that’s incredibly accurate even through the quick 1ms wireless response rate.
When not in use, the Ouroboros can be placed onto its charging dock, charging the AA battery with style. Or gamers could just plug in the micro-USB cable into the mouse to charge while playing, ensuring total control over their gaming environment.
Razer Synapse 2.0
The Razer Ouroboros is powered by Razer Synapse 2.0 for complete customization of the gaming mouse on a software level. Razer Synapse 2.0 gives gamers the option to completely reprogram all seven of the mouse’s buttons, along with the DPI-clutch triggers on the side panels (which can be locked to deactivate). Gamers can further fine tune the mouse with the software such as the lift-off distance, as well as surface calibration.