At E3 this week Razer has unveiled their latest gaming mice equipped with 4G Dual Sensor technology which uses both an optical and a laser sensor. The new Razer Mamba features a 2.4Ghz gaming-grade wireless technology, with a 16 hour battery life and the option to jump to a wired connection mid gaming if required.
The second mouse unveiled at E3 with 4G Dual Sensor technology is the Razer Imperator. Which has been designed to provide comfort and os equipped with a contoured thumb grip, covered in rubber to provide extra grip during gaming sessions.
Both new mice use Razer’s 6400 dpi 4G Dual Sensor System and will start shipping in July 2011 with the Mamba costing $129.99 and the Imperator $79.99.
Full specification of both mice can be found on the Razer website.Filed Under: Gaming News, Hardware