I can appreciate a really good gaming mouse, because most of the time these kinds of devices have no perceivable lag and usually have quite a few programmable buttons. However, most gaming mice are built in dedicated versions for either right- or left-handed users. The Razer Ouroboros seeks to please lefties and righties everywhere.
The Razer Ouroboros is modeled on their recently released Taipan. The glowing green Ouroboros has three adjustable parts, including interchangeable side panels, tiltable back arch, and an adjustable length. Since no two hands are the same, you’ll be able to tweak the Ouroboros to fit right into your hand, whether you use your right or left hand for gaming.
The mouse comes with an 8200 DPI 4G tracking system, with laser and optical sensors. This means it will work on any surface. It’s got a 1 millisecond wireless response time, dedicated DPI clutch trigger and a programmable button layouts.
The Ouroboros has got two battery options. The built-in rechargeable NiMH battery and the option of using one AA battery when you’re out of juice. It can also be tethered to a USB cable. It will sell for $130(USD) and ships in Q4 2012.