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RAZER Ouroboros Gaming Mouse

  • Fully customizable ambidextrous ergonomics
  • 8200dpi 4G laser sensor
  • Dual gaming-grade wired/wireless technology
  • Dedicated DPI clutch-trigger
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The Razer Ouroboros employs a cutting-edge 8200 dpi 4G laser sensor for incredible precision that delivers amazing gaming control. Powered by a single rechargeable AA battery, the Ouroboros is capable of at least 12 hours of continuous gaming. It is also ambidextrous. It lets players configure various ergonomics components – from its adjustable arched palm rest to its retractable back panel and interchangeable side grips – to get the best fit for their own hands, regardless of shape, size, or grip style. This ensures users can game for hours on end in complete comfort while minimizing fatigue. Optimizing the balance between quality, durability, and customization, the Razer Ouroboros is the most advanced gaming mouse you’ve ever seen.

  • newegg Fully Customizable Ambidextrous Ergonomics The Razer Ouroboros features fully customizable ergonomics, allowing users to configure the mouse to comfortably fit their hands regardless of hand length, shape, or grip style. This mouse can be custom configured with an adjustable arched palm rest that allows a user to choose from various angles. It also features a retractable back panel that can be set to any one of three positions, as well as four interchangeable side panels.
  • newegg 8200dpi 4G Laser Sensor The Razer Ouroboros is outfitted with the most advanced and configurable sensor yet, the all-new 8200dpi 4G laser sensor. 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.
  • newegg Gaming-Grade Wireless Technology with Dock With a 1ms response rate, your command is executed first – even if you and your opponent react at exactly the same time. The included charging dock also acts as the wireless transmitter. The button located at the front of the mouse syncs the dock with the Ouroboros.
  • newegg Dedicated DPI Clutch-Trigger Stay on top of the competition and adapt to the situation with the 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. For instance, when you switch to a sniper to take out a target far away, use the clutch to slow your DPI down; once the enemy has been dispatched with precision, release the clutch to return to your usual lightning fast-assault mode.
  • newegg ARM 32-bit Processor The Razer Ouroboros is outfitted with a 32-bit ARM processor, which means there’s a little computer onboard that is computing everything at an incredibly fast rate. The mouse is quite literally an extension of your hand: every movement you make, and every function on the mouse you execute, is delivered instantaneously.
  • newegg Synapse 2.0 Synapse 2.0 is not just a standard mouse configurator. It's packed with basic and advanced customizable features, so your Razer Ouroboros works exactly the way you want it to. No longer limited by a last-generation onboard device memory, Razer Synapse 2.0 brings the brain of the Razer Ouroboros to the cloud, expanding the number of storable profiles and configurations to infinite, and allows for longer, more complex macros.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years


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  • Anonymous
  • 7/1/2015 8:50:08 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsIts almost unusable

Pros: I say almost because I still play with it it works. Works well.

Cons: The sad part for me is that my friend thought it was a great idea to short the Charger/Wireless dock so now only the wireless function works on it and in-order to charge it i have to do the USB plug

Other Thoughts: I let my friend use it while i used a deathadder, the reason its not my main is because i like how the ouroboros can fit my grip and that i am to aim Amazingly with it but he thought that fitting a penny in the charger section was the best idea ever now i have to some how acquire a new charger. The reason im not pinning this on razer is because it was my fault for letting my friend use it.

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  • Richard S.
  • 6/25/2015 5:57:30 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsBig hands yes.

Pros: Great feel, responsive. By far the biggest pro of this mouse is it's size and sturdiness. It feels great in my hand, and I have huge hands. I came from a Razer Naga which was fantastic but just felt so small in my hands. After a month of use and adjustments tweaking to what feels good in my hand and I havent experienced any looseness or rattling from the parts.. and after instadying in CS GO 3 or 4 times in a row... I may have given the mouse a little slam lol, but even with that being said.. it's held it own.

Cons: Wireless pairing is a little awkward, but paired the first time I was able to push all the buttons at once.

The shape and size is really nothing i've ever experienced and after using your "standard" style mouse for 20 years it took a little bit of getting used to. Neither of these things are reason enough to not give it 5 stars.

Other Thoughts: The packaging was a little much.. how about more stickers? Or a small steel badge like what comes with EVGAs graphics card. I just spent 140ish USD on a mouse.. hook it up with some swag so I can represent. A Razer/Ouroboros badge would look ascended next to my EVGA badge on my Corsair 540s

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  • Jonathan C.
  • 4/19/2015 9:42:47 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsmagnificent

Pros: This is by far the best mouse I have tried and personally the best looking.

Very comfortable once adjusted.

Battery life is over 20 hours of constant use with the leds at full brightness.

Very customizable software.

Synapse not needed once configured.

Cons: Should be bluetooth

A few quirks and bugs that need to be worked around by the user.

At this price weight should be adjustable.

When sold online it should be sold with a normal box to make it cheaper.

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  • Ray H.
  • 4/5/2015 6:03:28 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsit may be a mouse it may work but not worth the $

Pros: Ive gamed years, i'm your avg nerd so. lets say it's an alright mouse, but for the price tag its not. i scored mine after 2 years since i waited for it to arive back when it came out, but i heard imidiate it sucks results. so i didnt get it, well i got a deal on e - bay for 50$ and it arrived with barley any accesories, so i got them to give me a half refun d, so i got the mouse for 25$ so for me 25 its worth it, but for 150$ not a bit. the software sucks, wireless mode never works.

you'll never find yourself saying man i love this mouse, you want to. but it feels to slimsy in its engneering. i am pretty picky but i can deal, but their very loose feeling parts. nothing like the RAT 9. whitch is a stirdy mouse.

Cons: read above.

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  • Matthew B.
  • 2/23/2015 6:40:33 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsRazer Ouroboros

Pros: I really like Razer products and have owned several throughout my gaming days. I got this mouse after have the wireless mamba, which I absolutely loved. I wanted to try this one, cause I thought it would fit my hand better(big hands).

I really like, along with most other razer products, how this feels in my hand. Very responsive and DPI is adjustable.

Cons: I have two MAJOR issues with this mouse and is probably going to prompt an RMA.

DOUBLE-CLICKING
I did not pay $150 for a mouse to use competitively and it just starts randomly double-clicking at the worst times. I've tried adjusting setting. Did some research, seems like that has been pretty common with this mouse.

I also can't get the mouse to turn on in wireless mode...
Battery, has been charging, but once unplugged, it will not turn on into wireless mode.

Other Thoughts: NEWEGG, RAZER...

DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS, THIS IS ABSURD.
I really like the mouse, but I am very unhappy with the money spent and its sub-par performance.

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  • Amadeus B.
  • 2/21/2015 10:57:04 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsOverall a GREAT mouse

Pros: The lazer is simply perfect
Tracks excellent
Feels great no matter your hand size
interchangeable sides and adjustable palm wrest
Looks awesome

Cons: It rattles
Expensive
$140 mouse and no color options for the lights?

Other Thoughts: Okay. This mouse takes a little time to get "set up" the way you like it. It took me a couple days to adjust it just right, but once I did, WOW! I really don't know why people are giving this thing a bad rating. Its superb in almost every way! I have had a LOT of mice and this is BY FAR my favorite. I have the Razer Mamba as well and this is just several steps ahead even though it uses the same lazer. I got it for $99 bucks, so I really got a great deal. But after owning it, I would pay full price again EASY. It's worth it.

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  • Sarwono A.
  • 2/15/2015 7:35:32 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerformance and durability

Pros: Its a very responsive mouse and incredibly durable. The on the fly sensitivity switch and the throttle allows you to quickly change sensitivity to snipe or quickly change targets. The wired and wireless versatile is great when you need to game but your battery just won't cooperate. Overall I love this

Cons: Battery life

Other Thoughts: Over all a great mouse and a great but and value

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  • Justin P.
  • 2/4/2015 1:01:24 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot Impressed At all

Pros: The options to customize this mouse are amazing. It can fit pretty much any hand.

Nice overall design, Slick look.

Plugged in seems to work fine over all.

Cons: Switching from Wireless to Wired mode and vise versa causes the software to freeze which in turn causes windows explorer to freeze as well. (Had to ctrl + alt + delete, close the software with my keyboard to get the windows to respond)

Out of the box the battery would not take a charge. Wireless mode worked for about and hour until battery died. Tried to charge using the base and plugging directing into the mouse.

While using wireless mode there were some noticeable tracking issues. Stuttering and complete freezing.

Other Thoughts: Using the mouse wired mode seem'd to work well. Didn't notice any tracking issues and I was able to get the mouse to fit like a glove in my had after adjusting it to how I liked it. However, the reason I got this mouse was to used it as a wireless gaming mouse and in this department this device failed.

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  • Ray H.
  • 2/1/2015 5:31:48 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsthey shoot....and they miss. a clear fail by razer.

Pros: the mouse has a pinky rest option, i like this. other than that, this thing has bene nothing but disappointment.

Cons: feels like several pieces of something in your hand, you feel it wiggle fully extended under your hand, the version i ended up with set screws not a button, like the origonal idk if the new one has this but terible design to adjust the size, not at all on the fly and requires a tool...still feels to flimsy when in use under hand i must focus on this because this will throw most off. i've used every high end mouse, from the mamba, to the steel series mice, to the basic 20$ mouse so, IMHO this is a piece of junk.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/30/2015 7:30:17 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsRazer Ouroboros gaming mouse

Pros: Standout design
Customisable ergonomics
A button lover’s dream with nine mouse buttons
Nice, weighty feel to the mouse
Wired or unwired usage supported
Lightning quick response time
Lots of customization options
Decent battery life
Two sets of side grips

Cons: Premium pricetag, but not much else
Only comes in Razer Green
Intermittent tracking issues,
Vague scroll wheel,
Needs even more adjustments,
If you want one, you can't get one right now soon,
Requires cloudbased driver to change settings,

Other Thoughts: The mouse features a dual-sensor system, which pairs a laser sensor with an optical sensor, providing 8200dpi sensitivity and uninterrupted tracking on almost any surface, and even when lifted slightly. Tracking at speeds up to 200 inches per second, with a 1,000Hz polling rate, the Ouroboros is extremely accurate, no matter how intense your gaming sessions get.

The mouse actually features an on-board 32-bit ARM processor, which allows the mouse to offer a crazy-fast 1ms response time while also managing the high-resolution sensor calibration. The Ouroboros doubles up on the connectivity options, letting you plug in with USB 2.0 for a solid wired connection, or switch to wireless, with wireless base station that plugs in and provides a stand for charging the mouse when not in use. It's quite similar to the stand used by the Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Mouse by Razer. In wireless mode, the Ouroboros powers off of a single rechargeable AA battery (included) which should offer up to 12 hours of intense gaming time when fully charged.

But there's a lot going on with this mouse beyond the technology inside. The Ouroboros has a modular design that offers all sorts of physical adjustment and customization. The back end of the mouse is an adjustable length palmrest, which can be extended almost a full inch, letting you adjust the mouse to the size of your hand. Adjusting the module is a bit of a pain; you need to loosen (but not remove) two tiny screws, pull the sliding module to the desired position, and then retighten the screws. The palmrest also can be adjusted to different angles, this time with a knob that raises or lowers the back end of the palmrest.

Included with the mouse are four magnetic side panels that can be easily attached to the sides of the mouse. The mouse is ambidextrous, and with the use of the detachable side panels--two thumb grip panels and two finger rest panels—you can tweak the grip and shape of the mouse to your liking. The one adjustment that seemed to be missing was weight. Many high-end gaming mice offer modular weight systems so that you can adjust the weight and balance of the mouse, but the Ouroboros does not, probably because all of the internal hardware left no room for it.

Last but not least, you can also program the Oroboros through Razer Synapse 2.0, Razer's proprietary cloud-connected customization dashboard. This tool lets you tweak button assignments, assign macros, and even set up separate profiles for different types of games. Because it's cloud-connected, you can then easily use your Ouroboros mouse on any PC that has Synapse installed, and all of your presets go with you. Additionally, you can also pair the mouse with other Razer peripherals (like keyboards or gaming keypads) and even switch mice without losing your settings and profiles.

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