Razer Orochi Bluetooth Laser Gaming Mouse With 4000dpi for Tiny Hands (or Laptops)

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After years of proclaiming wireless ain't good enough for real gaming mice, Razer's got a Bluetooth notebook mouse. Otherwise, Orochi is what'd you expect from Razer for $80: 4000dpi, 7 programmable buttons, and onboard memory for storing your macros.

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If you still don't trust wireless or your batteries die, it has a breakaway USB cable—though Razer claims 1-3 months of juice under "normal usage." What exactly is normal usage, you ask? I don't know. [Razer]

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Illustration for article titled Razer Orochi Bluetooth Laser Gaming Mouse With 4000dpi for Tiny Hands (or Laptops)
Illustration for article titled Razer Orochi Bluetooth Laser Gaming Mouse With 4000dpi for Tiny Hands (or Laptops)
Illustration for article titled Razer Orochi Bluetooth Laser Gaming Mouse With 4000dpi for Tiny Hands (or Laptops)
Illustration for article titled Razer Orochi Bluetooth Laser Gaming Mouse With 4000dpi for Tiny Hands (or Laptops)
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Is it strange that I have a birthmark just like the design on the mouse?