Gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer has declared its newest wireless gaming mouse – that the Mamba HyperFlux. The company mentioned that when designing the brand new product, its goal was to create one of their lightest high performance wireless gaming mice at the business; with this in mind, one of the crucial bits had to be jeopardized – the battery life.
Although a battery doesn’t power the product, the Mama HyerFlux is operational due to some HyperFlux-branded variant of Razer’s Firefly mousepad; the two products sync together through a magnetic field, which transfers power directly to the mouse. On top of that, the mouse also weighs only a mere 96 grams, and for you techies out there, this mouse will be two grams lighter than the Logitech’s gaming mouse, the more G900 Chaos Spectrum.
The Mamba HyperFlux also uses the same adaptive frequency technology comprised in Razer’s other wireless gaming mouse, the Lancehead. Additionally, the product includes a 16,000 DPI 5G optical detector, nine programmable buttons, 1000 Hz polling speed, in addition to Razer Chroma RGB lighting.
To find out more on the new item, have a look at a couple of screenshots beneath this report. Presently, the Mamba and Firefly HyperFlux is going to be sold as a bundle for $249.99. Though no release date has now been formally declared, Razer has stated that the product will soon be accessible on its official website in addition to many third-party merchants sometime during Q1 2018.