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Razer Ouroboros Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review

Razer Ouroboros Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse Review

The Razer Ouroboros Mouse

Razer Ouroboros extension pieces
Razer Ouroboros docked

Shown above is the Ouroboros as it is when unboxed for the first time and our first task is to choose which side buttons/grips we want to use. The top two sit flush to the mouse and Razers testing shows this is preferred by fingertip and claw users. The two larger sides offer a finger/thumb rest which Razer say is preferred by palm grip users.

The top surface of the Ouroboros is a hard, textured plastic as are the rests with the textured claw/tip sides using a rubber coating.

Razer Ouroboros side view Razer Ouroboros side view

The two side options are shown above and as this is an ambidextrous mouse there are two silver function buttons on each side. As an added bonus we can also press in the side panels which act as an additional button (drop DPI as standard) on either side… more on that shortly.

Razer Ouroboros front view Razer Ouroboros base

Looking at the front of the Ouroboros we can see that it has a car inspired front grill underneath each of the main buttons and between them the mini USB socket which allows us to charge the mouse or use it wired. The scroll wheel sits above this port and behind it are two function buttons that are assigned to DPI up/down as standard.

Flipping over the mouse we can see two key features which relate to the side panels, lock switches. These enable/disable the ability to press in the side buttons, adding extra stability for those who need it. We can also see the varied low friction pads used by Razer and that this mouse features two sensors. One is laser, the other optical and these work in tandem to maximise mouse tracking on varied surfaces and the maximum dpi of the Ouroboros is 8200 with variable lift off distance. The mouse is rated for 200 inches per second with 50g acceleration and 1000Hz ultrapolling/1ms response time.

Razer Ouroboros battery compartment Razer Ouroboros USB top view
Razer Ouroboros height adjuster Razer Ouroboros height adjuster

Adding to the customisable options Razer allow a significant amount of flexibility with the mouse arch. In addition to this it can also be completely removed to reveal the AA battery compartment. The two areas of change here are that we can extend the length of the mouse as well as the height of the arch.

This gives the Ouroboros dimensions of 122 to 137mm length, 71mm width and 42mm height with the weight hitting 135g with battery (115g without).

Razer Ouroboros lights

As is normal for Razer the Ouroboros also features LED lighting. On each side of the mouse we have a trail of green around the thumb buttons. The scroll wheel is LED lit on both sides and then in the palm area we have a battery charge indicator.

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