Razer Ouroboros Elite Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse

Hold Infinity In The Palm Of Your Hand

The Razer Ouroboros is outfitted with the most advanced and configurable sensor yet. It tracks so precisely, you always hit targets exactly where you need to. It can also be calibrated to your specific surface, and has adjustable cut-off to lift-off tracking, empowering you with more control than ever. From an adjustable arched palm rest, to a retractable back, as well as four interchangeable side panels, the Razer Ouroboros is fully customizable to your personal needs. It fits perfectly with any hand length, shape and grip-style.

Hold Infinity In The Palm Of Your Hand
Powered by a Single AA Battery

Game for longer while unplugged. The Razer Ouroboros is conveniently powered by a single AA battery for up to 12 hours of continuous gaming. The supplied NiMH battery is rechargeable, so you can plug in the USB cord or place it on the dock. Or, just replace with any ordinary AA battery so you can keep going like a beast.

A Really Comfortable Mouse Makes You a Happy Gamer

You want to be able to put your hand on your gaming mouse and feel good from the beginning of your gaming session and even 10 hours later. That’s why the Razer Ouroboros was conceived as an ambidextrous mouse. It works well for both left- and right-handed users. This mouse caters to all grip styles — claw grip, palm grip, or fingertip. Just adjust the arch on the palm rest, extend or retract the back, and add in the side rests.

Wired or Wireless for Your Gaming Needs

Now you can take your gaming further than before, cord free. As Razer is the pioneer of gaming-grade wireless tech, you can be assured the Razer Ouroboros performs as well cordless as it does corded. With a 1 ms response rate, your command is executed first even if you and your opponent react at exactly the same time.

Your Personalized Device Settings Anytime, Anywhere

Razer brings your gaming into the next-generation with online cloud support. Save your Razer Ouroboros’ custom profiles (as many as you can make) and sync them from anywhere in the world through our cloud system. Automatically download driver and firmware updates with ease. It also is your one-stop destination to fine-tune your mouse to perfection, everything from lift-off tracking, to surface calibration, to enabling inter-device communication. The Razer Ouroboros is the ultimate customization gaming mouse.

Technical Specifications
  • Customizable ergonomics to fit all hand sizes and grip-styles
  • 8200dpi 4G laser sensor
  • Gaming-grade wireless technology with dock
  • Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled
  • 11 programmable Hyperesponse buttons
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1 ms response time
  • Up to 200 inches per second / 50g acceleration
  • Approximate Size: 122 mm to 137 mm / 4.80″ to 5.39″ (Length) x 71 mm / 2.80″ (Width) x 42 mm / 1.65″ (Height)
  • Approximate Weight: 115 g / 0.25 lbs. (without battery) to 135 g / 0.29 lbs. (with battery)
  • Battery life: (Approx) 12 hrs (continuous gaming)
  • System Requirements
  • PC / Mac with USB port
  • Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP (32-bit) / Mac OS X (v10.6-10.8)
  • Internet connection
  • 100MB of free hard disk space

Product Features

  • The Razer Ouroboros is outfitted with the most advanced and configurable sensor yet, the all-new 8200dpi 4G laser sensor.
  • Are you ready to take your gaming further than before, cord-free? As Razer is the pioneer of the world’s first gaming-grade wireless tech, you can be assured the Razer Ouroboros performs as well cordless as it does corded.
  • Stay on top of the competition and adapt to the situation with the Razer Ouroboros’ dedicated DPI clutch-trigger. Hold it down to temporarily increase/decrease the mouse’s DPI so you can get the exact sensitivity you need for the moment in-game.
  • Game for longer cordless when the Razer Ouroboros is conveniently powered by a single AA battery with up to 12 hours of continuous gaming.

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Razer Ouroboros Elite Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse

  1. howie says:

    the good and bad, then died Pros: FINALLY, a gaming mouse for those of us with big hands. i mean FINALLY. i can’t understand how both Logitech and Razer both went on so long without developing a decent gaming grade mouse that fits people with bigger hands. the Ouroboros comes with adjustable sliding palm rest that slides out and angles. it also comes with thumb and pinky rest which was what i was really looking for. also finally there’s a place to rest your ring finger, unlike the Mamba/Death adder.CONS: lack of adjustable arch. the mouse is flatter in overall height than most, and the height is none adjustable, making palm grip almost NOT REALLY a palm grip. read more below. also the clutch button doesn’t seem to be constructed with the same level of detail as the rest of the mouse. (see more below).Additional info: so here’s a prime example of mass amount of R&D and technology went into place but ultimate come up short on some of the obvious features. Razer if you’re listening. this mouse needs a adjustable arch. i mean come’on, adjustable sliding palm rest with adjustable angle but no adjustable arch for height? this mouse is so flat, flatter than most gaming mouse that you can’t really do a true palm grip and still use the side button at the same time. this mouse is more for people with hybrid palm grip (finger with back palm), and people with claw grip. if you were to really rest your entire palm on the mouse, like a true palm grip would, it’s just not ergonomically feasible to use the side buttons.also the clutch button, although not as difficult to use as some in previous reviews made out to be, has a major problem. the clutch button itself clicks just fine, but it doesn’t register when it clicks, you have to push it “pass the click” for the clutch to register. it’s almost like the button itself and the sensor isn’t well constructed. reminds me of some cheapo keyboard that you get for $10 that some keys although do stroke, doesn’t actually register unless you hold it down pass the stroke really hard. that’s exactly what the clutch button on this mouse is like.also i think if you were to make a mouse that’s so specific for gaming, you should make one that’s truly ergonomic for right hand grip or left hand grip. making it for both right and left just isn’t as ergonomic and comfortable as one that’s tailored for one or the other. i still prefer the comfort level of the G400 and MX518. Logitech, if you’re listening, you’d be smart if you come out with an adjustable slideing palm variant of the G400 line that has raiseable height, angle, and pinky/thumb flaps.i never could really get used to the death adder/Mamba. although they’re quite comfortable, they lacked the space to rest your ring finger. as a result, i was putting tremendous amount of pressure and over stretching my ring finger using the death adder to a point that my wrist started to feel the pain. the Ouroboro fixed that, whether intentional or unintentionally, by having a slight extra space next to the right button that allows you to rest your ring finger, same as logitech’s G400/MX518. what this mouse shines is the pinky/thumb flaps that allows your pinky and thumb to rest. and slidable palm rest for people with bigger hands like me. although the mouse is fairly flat in height, you can’t really achieve a true palm grip with this mouse without being uncomfortable using the side buttons. you can only do a half palm grip where your fingers touch the buttons, and the back of your palm touches the mouse.notice i did not mention about the wireless feature. i solely bought this mouse due to the advantages mentioned above, not for it’s wireless capability. i could certainly do without wireless.this mouse is NOT worthy of the current retail price. and honestly i could do without the fancy jewel case and pass the savings onto the consumers. i only paid half the retail after using two of my gift cards. it’s overall a good gaming mouse, but ultimately came up short on a few things. i WOULD recommend this mouse if you can get it for half price or little more than half. but there’re a lot more sensible choices for you if you were looking to buy this mouse at full retail.EDIT: tried the wireless mode. the wireless mode sucks!. everytime you switch over from wired to wireless, it takes at least 2~3 minutes, i am not kidding, for the mouse DPI to react to what you have it set in the software panel. not only that, everytime you reboot, boom!… it takes 3~4 minutes “after you boot into windows” for the software to recognize the DPI setting that you have set it to. guess what happens before that 3~4 minutes? the mouse runs at like 8000DPI!!!! i can’t even click on a window because moving a inch basically swipes the whole screen. so there, you have to sit there and WAIT…. WAIT… WAIT…. and WAIT….. THEN… you’re ready to use the mouse. do yourself a favor, don’t even bother with the…

  2. .:envisous:. says:

    Luv this mouse! 0

  3. L. Hedden says:

    Impressive 0

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