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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Razer Mamba - 1ms 5600dpi "wireless" mouse

"According to Razer reps, the reason the Mamba can do this is because they’ve managed to obtain a 1-millisecond response time over 2.4GHz wireless, the same speed that they use in their wired mice, and have an individual MAC address for each mouse. At that speed and a tap-to-spin-180-degrees resolution of 5600 DPI, gamers will be able to frag for 14 hours straight on its 800 mAh lithium-ion polymer battery. There’s also 64KB of internal memory for 500-keystroke macros."
Hands-On Mamba, Razor’s Cord-Cutting Laser Mouse

2 comments:

Snobaste said...

And I thought my G9's 3200 DPI was large...

Sam M. said...

It looks that the battery lifespan of this new wireless mouse could last long. 14 hours long for the straight game is already enough to have this kind of device.