Tests Razer Orochi V2 (White Edition) Gaming Mouse – The player’s travel buddy

Gaming mice are quite strongly perceived as Desktop Friends. For mobile use, they are less frequently profiled, although in terms of portability, a wired or wireless mouse is the easiest to get there. The Razer Orochi V2 gaming mouse is designed to travel with you. We tested whether this caused compromises in game use.

Razer is determined to offer help to the mobile player’s problems with the new one Orochi V2 with the game mouse. It is a compact, but at the same time very light mouse. The rescue of the mobile user is made, among other things, by the fact that there is no internal battery in it, but power is provided by either an AA or AAA battery. The receiver slides neatly under the cover.

The Orochi V2 settles into the cheaper caste of wireless gaming mice for less than 90 euros. There are only three competitors in the same price range when the limitation is wireless. Competitors include the Glorious PC Gaming Race Model O Wireless, Asus ’ROG Gladius III Wireless and Corsair’s Gaming Dark Core RGB. Including wired, SteelSeries ’Rival 710 and Creative’s BlasterX Siege M04 will compete.

The Razer Orochi V2 gaming mouse is, in the manufacturer’s own words, particularly ideal for gamers who play on a laptop. The mouse is slightly smaller in size than ordinary mice and at the same time light. The external dimensions are stated as 108 x 60 x 38 millimeters. The weight is 60 grams without the battery, which settles in the same caste as the ultralight mice. The color options are black and white.

The design of the mouse is symmetrical. The side keys located on the left side make it suitable for right-handers. In addition to the side and main keys, a key is located on the back of the mouse, the default function of which is to change the resolution of the sensor. Management is done through Razer Synapse.

The mouse uses Razer’s 5G optical sensor, which is capable of an accuracy of 18,000 DPI at its best. The main keys use Razer’s mechanical switches, which are promised a life of 60 million clicks. Razer HyperSpeed ​​technology is available for wireless data transfer, but also Bluetooth. In terms of response time, Razer does not reveal details, but by default it could be assumed that with 2.4 GHz wireless technology, the response time is in the order of one millisecond at best. The function of Bluetooth is more to maximize battery life.

One of the special features of the Orochi V2 gaming mouse is that it is powered by either an AA or AAA battery. One AA lithium battery should have enough power for 425 hours with 2.4 GHz technology. With Bluetooth, the equivalent battery life is promised at 950 hours. On the product page of the mouse, you will find a counter where you can calculate an estimate of how many days one battery will last enough power in different operating situations. This should give a little indication of how long one battery can last.

The test introduces the features, ergonomics, performance and battery life of the Orochi V2 gaming mouse.

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