Razer Ouroboros Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review
Razer Ouroboros Ambidexterous Gaming Mouse Review
Back in 2009 Razer began desiging a new mouse. With the concept being inspired by the Lamborghini Reventon and Batmobile they were aiming for a structural, edgy chassis and transformable/customisable options. Between then and now we have seen some of their existing products receive a customisable facelift, such as the NAGA gaining changeable side panels but that concept from 2009 took time to develop and refine.
Recently Razer released their Lamborghini inspired mouse, the Ouroboros (that’s going to take some typing in this article!). With multiple interchangeable parts, ambidextrous layout, wired and wireless operation, changeable shape and a distinctive design it looks to compete with some impressive gaming mice at the high end of the gaming market.
Packaging and Bundle
We have seen two different packages for the Ouroboros, one which is a clear display case where the mouse can be found sitting like a sculpture on its wireless charger. That is reasonably cool but something we have seen Razer do before so the infinitely more impressive packaging (though press packs only) is the case shown above which flips open to reveal the mouse and bundled items inside, surrounded by foam.
Bundled with the mouse users will find a USB cable which is used to connect the mouse or wireless transmitter (also shown above). Then along with the product documentation we get a single AA rechargeable battery which powers the mouse… but there is more…