Razer Debuts the Wirelessly Powered Gaming Mouse – Mamba Hyperflux

Posted by at 3:00 pm on January 9, 2018

Razer announced at CES a new version version of its Mamba gaming mouse–the wirelessly powered Mamba Hyperflux.

Here is the kicker Razer Mamba Hyperflux doesn’t have a battery- it is wireless powered! Razer argues that leaving out the battery allows the Mamba Hyperflux to remain as light as a normal wired mouse. For wireless communication, the mouse uses Razer’s 2.4GHz battery-saving protocol from 2017’s Lancehead. It also sports a 1,600-DPI optical sensor, Chroma RGB lighting, and 9-button configuration just like  the regular Mamba.

Now the mouse must to stay in the field of wireless power to work. Enter the Razer Firefly Hyperflux. Only sold in combination with the Mamba Hyperflux, the Firefly Hyperflux is required to use the mouse.  The new Mouse pad sports chroma lighting. There are two surfaces to pick from – a cloth surface on one side and hard surface on the other.

In a smart move by Razer, the Mamba Hyperflux has a cable input for wired operation.

The Mamba and Firefly Hyperflux combo will be available starting sometime in Q1 2018 at $250.

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