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Razer Orochi V2 Wireless Mouse $49

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I saw this wireless mouse is on sale from both Walmart online and offline.
YMMV level is moderate so you should be able to fine one near you.
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Symmetrical right-handed
Dual-mode wireless (2.4GHz and BLE)
Works with AA or AAA
Up to 425 hours (2.4Ghz), 950 hours (BLE) with included Lithium AA battery
60 Million Clicks life cycle
18000 max DPI
No RGB Lighting
Length: 108 mm / Width: 60 mm / Height: 38 mm
< 60 g / < 2.2 oz (mass centralized)

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https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=735296861

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Razer-.../735296861

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https://www.razer.com/gaming/mice...-orochi-v2
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I have this mouse, and I love it! I don't think you can find a mouse lighter than this one for the size that it is. It's not big, it's not small, it's just a medium sized mouse that's light as a feather.

I'm right handed, and it's very comfortable to use.
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Razer mouses are among the best you will find. Especially for gaming.
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What's so special for $49?
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What's so special for $49?
If you have to ask then it's not for you lol
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How's it compare with Mamba Elite
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Razer mouses are among the best you will find. Especially for gaming.
I'd say they have a lot of offerings and know how to market...but for quality I'll have to give it to Logitech and Corsair.
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Take a look at razer website also, it will tell you what kind of grip this is suitable for. I have small hands and basically fingertip grip all the time and this mouse has been Great. It is incredibly light which for me means less tendon irritation since I have had carpal and cubital tunnel surgeries. And of course razer doesn't put garbage in any of their stuff, so it tracks well, clicks well, I'm not worried about it wearing out from button clicks early, etc.
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I also have this mouse, would highly recommend. The battery life is amazing. Make sure you use the lithium AA battery to keep the lightweight and the long lasting battery life. It's probably the best laptop mouse on the market right now.
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What's so special for $49?
A recently released wireless mouse from a major peripheral brand for $50. If the shape suits you (it's for fingertip grip mainly) then it's a very good mouse. Razer's iteration of Kalih 4.0s mouse switches, which are more tactile than the usual Omron. Has slots for both AAA and AA batteries, 2.4ghz as well as Bluetooth capable. Relatively light even with batteries- something like 65-66 grams with an AAA, 71 grams with AA.
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Quote from smbninety :
A recently released wireless mouse from a major peripheral brand for $50. If the shape suits you (it's for fingertip grip mainly) then it's a very good mouse. Razer's iteration of Kalih 4.0s mouse switches, which are more tactile than the usual Omron. Has slots for both AAA and AA batteries, 2.4ghz as well as Bluetooth capable. Relatively light even with batteries- something like 65-66 grams with an AAA, 71 grams with AA.
I have two of these mice. They are nice, if a bit on the smaller side. At the regular price ($70), I think it is a kind of pricey for what you get, but at $49, this is a solid deal.

I use the Orochi with my laptops when traveling, since it is smaller, lighter, has a solid sensor, and can do dual wireless/bluetooth modes. In the sub-$50 price point, the closest competitor to this would be the Logitech G305 [amazon.com], which hovers between $40-60 usually depending on the color you prefer. The G305 is really great as well, but the sensor is older and you don't get the flexibility of a dual mode wireless or Bluetooth like the Orochi gives you.
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I have this mouse, and I love it! I don't think you can find a mouse lighter than this one for the size that it is. It's not big, it's not small, it's just a medium sized mouse that's light as a feather.

I'm right handed, and it's very comfortable to use.
yea you could and for less money - try basilisk bt hyperspeed currently on sale on amazon for 30 usd
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yea you could and for less money - try basilisk bt hyperspeed currently on sale on amazon for 30 usd
Looks like a nice mouse, but it's 23g heavier than the Orochi V2. 60g vs 83g. When I was mouse shopping earlier this year, I wanted wireless and white and good. There aren't many options.

What I love about the Orochi V2 is that it comes in white (with the option for all sorts of top plate replacements), lightweight, has a DPI switch button, and dual mode (BT or RF dongle). The only thing I don't like is that the mouse wheel doesn't tilt left or right. Really wish it had that, but I can easily live without it.

I keep a Logitech G600 in my drawer for MMO gaming. If I'm not playing WoW, I'm using the Orochi V2.
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Looks like it's dead showing 67.89 from a reseller
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Looks like it's dead showing 67.89 from a reseller
Walmart's online stock and price will vary by zip code, city, store etc. Try another zip code or store if you can. They also now sometimes hide their own store under the 'other sellers from $$' part below the item, so you can check there too.

Or try the brickseek link in the OP if you want to try to find it in store.
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