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Razer Orochi V2 Review

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Founded in 1998, Razer is a US-based peripherals and gaming-equipment company. Back in 2009, Razer released the Orochi. Other than the name, the Orochi V2 has little in common with this first release. A mobile and small, yet high-performance gaming mouse, the Orochi V2 comes with both 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth connectivity. Furthermore, it allows using either a single AA or AAA-battery, which results in the expected battery life varying between 925 hours (3000 mAh Lithium AA, Bluetooth) and around 140 hours (1000 mAh Alkaline AAA, 2.4 GHz). The battery choice of course also affects the weight, which can range from just 58 g (no battery) to 68 g (Alkaline AAA) or 73 g (Lithium AA). The sensor is Razer's custom PAW3369 capable of 18,000 CPI, while second-generation Razer mechanical switches rated for 60 million clicks are used for the main buttons. Pure PTFE feet round things off, along with full software customizability through Razer Synapse, as all setting changes are saved to the on-board memory. In the interest of preserving battery life and keeping the weight low, the Orochi V2 lacks RGB lighting entirely. Through Razer, it is also possible to order the Orochi V2 with a custom top cover, which can be self-designed if one wants to. The Orochi V2 is available in black or white.


Razer Orochi V2
Size:108 x 60 x 38 mm
Size (inches):4.25" x 2.36" x 1.50"
Weight:58–73 g (configuration-dependent)
Number of Buttons:6 (including wheel click)
Main Switches:Razer Mechanical (Kailh GM 4.0, 60 M)
Wheel Encoder:Mechanical
Sensor:PixArt PAW3369
Resolution:100–18,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125/500/1000 Hz
Warranty:2 years
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