Razer has announced the latest version of its mobile-focused gaming mouse, the Orochi V2. The standout feature of the small mouse is Razer’s claim of over 950 hours of use on a single AAA battery, which could make this a vital companion when travelling for work or play. Coupled with an upgrade to Razer’s HyperSpeed wireless technology, the latest mechanical switches from the company, and a familiar, unassuming design, and you’ve got a lot of pointer action for just $70.
The 5G sensor enables up to 18,000 DPI with a 99.4% accuracy rating, while the PTFE feet will keep motion feeling smooth on almost any surface. Razer also offers the flexibility of using either a single AA or AAA battery to power the Orochi V2, with 450 hours of battery life using HyperSpeed and up to 950 hours over Bluetooth.
The Razer Orochi V2 is available now on Razer’s website and various retailers. The mouse comes in either black or white and starts at $70, with a range of over 100 custom designs increasing the price to $90. If it’s a little too small or you’re looking for a mouse with a specific grip type, make sure to check out our best gaming mouse list and pair that with an exceptional keyboard, too.