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Razer Ouroboros Elite Ambidextrous Wireless Gaming Mouse

by Razer
81 customer reviews

RRP: £139.99
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  • Customizable ergonomics to fit all hand sizes and grip-styles
  • Gaming-grade wireless technology with dock
  • Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled
  • 8200dpi 4G Dual Sensor System
  • 11 programmable Hyperesponse buttons
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions7.1 x 4.2 x 13.7 cm
Batteries:1 AA batteries required.
Item model numberRZ01-00770100-R3G1
Lithium Battery Weight20 Grams
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 4,947 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight939 g
Date First Available16 Dec. 2012

Product Description

Product Description

Hold Infinity in the Palm of Your Hand

With adjustable length, back-tilt and 2 different types of interchangeable side panels, the Razer Ouroboros gaming mouse ensures a comfortable shape for all grip types and hand shapes and sizes. It features gaming-grade wireless technology and 8200dpi 4G laser sensor to ensure outstanding performance. It also features a dedicated trigger button for dpi clutch functions.

Press Reviews

“The Razer Ouroboros ticks far too many good boxes not to be award top marks. This is a wireless gaming mouse that lefties can use, has a great sensor, is adjustable and has enough buttons to please most people.” - G3AR “A mouse which offers a high level of customisation, great build quality and stand-out appearance. The sensor technology ensures we get great performance a good software suite rounds off a great product.” - HardwareHeaven

Fully Customisable Ambidextrous Ergonomics

From an adjustable arched palm rest, to a retractable back, as well as four interchangeable side panels, the Razer Ouroboros is fully customisable to your personal needs. It fits perfectly with any hand length, shape and grip-style – maximise your comfort and reduce fatigue over extended play.

Dedicated dpi Clutch-trigger

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 or 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, and once the enemy has been dispatched with precision, release the clutch to return to your usual lightning fast assault mode.

8200dpi 4G Laser Sensor

The Razer Ouroboros is outfitted with a 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.

Powered by a Single AA battery

Game for longer cordless when the Razer Ouroboros is conveniently powered by a single AA battery with 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 to get it back up to full juice when depleted. Or, just hot-swap with any ordinary AA alkaline battery so you can keep going wireless like a beast.

Dual Gaming-grade Wired/Wireless Technology

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. With a 1 ms response rate, your command is executed first even if you and your opponent react at exactly the same time. When the battery depletes in the Razer Ouroboros, just plug in the USB cable so you can keep gaming while it recharges, for zero downtime.

Razer Synapse Enabled

Enhance your Razer Ouroboros experience with Synapse, Razer’s hardware configurator with online cloud support. From sensitivity to lift-off tracking to surface calibration, you’ll be able to customise every detail. Better still, this data is saved in the cloud, so you can play your way wherever you are. Razer Synapse keeps your Ouroboros in peak performance via automatic driver and firmware updates so you’ll be on top of your game, all the time.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Artur Shafray on 4 Feb. 2014
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Recently made this purchase and although I was slightly worried by all of the bad reviews this mouse had I was very set that it wouldn't have any issues as I've been with Razer for quite some time and they never fail me.

To address some of the issues people have said they were having:
Some people said that they had weird lag and what not, I'm not getting any and it works great even without calibrating it to use your surface.
Some say that it doesn't have any curvature/is flat again I'm not seeing that as you can change the angle of the palm rest and extend it.
Others say that it feels cheaply made and feels fragile, I actually have to agree slightly with the fragile part but that's because of the extendable palm rest, Ive put some pressure onto it and it holds very well but may move a little, the "cheap" feel is actually the matte paint job they did.

So far this mouse feels great and comes with great software!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nick R on 15 Mar. 2014
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To start, it's a razer product so it has excellent packaging. Not essential but it is a very nice touch. When it comes to the mouse I have no complaints whatsoever. I was worried about buying it because people were saying the build quality wasn't great. It's a solid mouse, has a nice weight and the lights on the sides and scroll wheel look great.

I got this to replace my RAT 9 mouse because I found myself changing the battery twice a day, even with little use. I have had this for two weeks now and have not had to worry about battery life. I charge it up when I leave my PC (eating, watching a film) and that is enough to keep it going. Charging is so easy too with the dock, no awkward battery changes on this mouse.

The price is a bit steep for just a mouse, but I spend a lot of time using it so I feel it is worth it,
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Ralphson on 19 Oct. 2013
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Good feel to it, but the back palm rest feels a little wobbly unless you crank it as tight as it will go (so not really all that adjustable).

Works well, but I've started to use it only while plugged in as the wireless was a little delayed at time (intermittent). Plugged in it works great but for some reason the battery needs charging whenever the computer is powered up, which means the battery indicator flashes for the first few hours whenever you turn it on (which doesn't really make sense as it's plugged in and it can be distracting if you're watching a film and can see it charging).

With just these things in mind I'd only give it maybe a 3, but the thumb rest on the side (and it's opposite one for fingers not resting on the buttons) are really good features, and basically eradicate drag against the mat. Those along with the side buttons (easy but not too easy to trigger) push it up to a 4. There is also another button under each 'thumb' rest which can be locked to prevent accidental pressing, but that feature isn't really needed as those buttons are tricky to press. It should be noted that those 2 buttons make the palm rest strain against itself when pressed (as you need to apply pressure on the opposite side to get the button to depress).

Overall though, unless you're left handed like me (and therefor require an ambidextrous mouse), there are better choices out there, probably for less money.
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Definitely one of the best looking mice in existence, but is it the best overall?

I used a logitech MX revolution for years, regarding it as the best mouse out there for my needs, but it finally died on me. I replaced it with a cheap wireless thing that did the job, but had many annoyances. I looked at a few mice to upgrade to, and in the end my faith in the razer brand had me settle on this. How does it perform? Here are some Pros and Cons that I have found so far.

Looks fantastic
Lots of adjustments to fit your hand better
Lots of programable buttons, and a wide choice of things to program them to (media controls, volume, mic volume, keystrokes, macros, on the fly sensitivity changes.. anything I have ever wanted to do with my mouse and more)
Uses Razer synapse2.0 so you can save your customised buttons. It will replay macros you have recorded for gamepads/keyboards too.
Senstivity scale is ludicrous! All you high sensitvity gamers out there should be well served with its 8200 dpi sensor. I personally have it at a lowly 1300.
Connects quickly, comes back from sleep instantly.
Charging dock is very sleek and can live on my desk

Some of the buttons arent in the best place- the scroll wheel feels like it is set quite far in for aethestic purposes, but this pushed the buttons below it into less than comfortable positions to press.
The buttons on the non thumb side arent great to press either, the price to pay for ambidextrous capability I suppose.

Major con is the battery life. I was surprised at how low it is, my logitech mouse would go weeks between charges and even my cheap replacement went a couple of months on a single AAA battery. When I saw weeks between charges, I mean heavy use as well.
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I liked using this mouse over the last month and it's quick to respond in terms of latency etc. However in terms of build quality and overall value, it's definitely not worth the full asking price as there are wired mice out there that are at least half the price of this thing for the sake of wireless. I had a little trouble initially trying to get the mouse to work for my hand but after a few hours of gaming/fiddling with the mouse I got it right. The battery life isn't great, it lasts 10 hours or so with continuous use which means you need to charge it overnight every night but it's not a big problem since they provide you with a nice docking station which acts as the wireless receiver also. I wouldn't recommend this mouse to anyone even if they could afford it because the price/quality just don't match up. The biggest problem I have with this mouse and the same thing has happened to other people is that sometimes when I turn on the mouse or if I leave the mouse idle and wake it up by moving it, movement is slower on the x axis than the y axis or vice versa which can be really annoying and the only way to solve this is to switch the overall sensitivity of the mouse to a different setting and then select the original setting you wanted again. This issue never happens when I'm gaming but it's still very annoying, especially if you occasionally go from typing to using the mouse back and forward. I don't think it's a fault with the hardware, I think it is something to do with Razer Synapse 2.0 which is the software they supply the mouse with. I just went to move the mouse after finishing the previous sentence and the X/Y sensitivity issue kicked in again *SIGH*. You know what? Don't buy this mouse. Get a cheaper wired Razer mouse or go for something more affordable from Logitech.
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