Razer’s Mamba Hyperflux battery less gaming mouse


At CES this week, Razer presented its new remote gaming technology with mouse. The Mamba HyperFlux mouse Razer’s objective for this mouse was to make one of the lightest elite remote gaming mice accessible.

Keeping in mind the end goal to do as such. It cuts something that appears like an crucial segment the battery. The Mamba HyperFlux mouse works with another HyperFlux-marked variant of Razer’s Firefly mouse pad.

The Firefly and Mamba interface by means of an attractive field. It exchanges control straightforwardly to the mouse, otherwise known as remote charging. Without a substantial battery to charge. The Mamba HyperFlux tips the scales at just 96 grams, lighter than the 107 grams of our most loved remote mouse, Logitech’s G900 Chaos Spectrum.

Firefly and Mamba HyperFlux mouse sold as a combo for $250, accessible in Q1 this year.

That weight places it in accordance with a portion of the lightest wired mice supported by experts, in the 90 gram run.

The Mamba HyperFlux remote power arrangement utilizes the same versatile recurrence innovation found in Razer’s Lance head. It likewise includes a 16,000 DPI 5G optical sensor, nine programmable catches, 1000 Hz surveying rate, and Razer Chroma lighting.

The drawback to the new power arrangement is that the Mamba HyperFlux loses control on the off. That you move it far from the going with mouse tangle for more than a couple of moments.