|Number of buttons|
3DConnexion SpaceMouse Enterprise
Number of buttons: 31
Operating resolution: 124000 dpi
Weight: 0.07 g
|Device interface||RF Wireless + Bluetooth|
|Customizable movement resolution||yes|
|Programmable mouse buttons||yes|
|Operating resolution||18000.0 dpi|
|Buttons type||Pressed buttons|
|Number of buttons||6|
|Number of wheels||1|
|Colour of product|
Good things come in small packages.
Razer has stepped in with the Orochi V2, aiming right at the G305 market
The Razer Orochi V2 is a very good wireless gaming mouse. It's lightweight, feels well-built, and is ideal for a fingertip grip for medium or large-sized hands, ...
This lightweight gaming mouse is your go-to option for decluttering your gaming setup.
Size clearly isn't everything
Featuring a lightweight design and HyperSpeed multi-device wireless support, the Razer Orochi V2 is a solid choice for when you want to game on the road. It could use better hand support, though.
With the Orochi V2, Razer presents a mouse focused on mobility without compromising on performance: It has PixArt's PAW3369 capable of 18,000 CPI, second-generation Razer mechanical switches, and up to 425 hours of battery life in 2.4 GHz and up to 950 hours in Bluetooth mode, along with the ability to use any AA or AAA-battery.