Razer Cobra Pro Gaming wired and wireless mouse launched

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    Razer has introduced a new range of gaming mice, the Cobra Pro, a premium-style wireless mouse, and the Cobra, a more basic wired counterpart with the same overall appearance. They’re currently available for USD 130 and USD 40 on the Razer Store and Amazon, respectively.

    The Cobra joins Razer’s already extensive lineup of gaming mice, which includes the Deathadder, Viper, and Basilisk. This new mouse, on the other hand, is intended to address other preferences that the lineup did not previously cover while still including the high-end characteristics of its other top-of-the-line mice. Cobra mice have a symmetrical design meant for a fingertip or claw grip in terms of grip type and shape.

    When it comes to gaming mice, the Razer Cobra Pro is at the top of the list. It has an MSRP of USD 130 but comes with a slew of sophisticated features.

    It employs Razer’s HyperSpeed wireless technology for the lowest possible latency, the mouse may also be used wirelessly over Bluetooth or tethered via a USB-C cord.

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    The Chroma RGB lighting on the Cobra Pro is designed to give the mouse an underflow around the base as well as the logo and a scroll wheel, which can be customized in the Razer Synapse program.

    In terms of functionality, the Cobra Pro makes use of the company’s own Focus Pro 30K optical sensor for precise tracking. The mouse normally has a 1000 Hz polling rate, but if you acquire the Hyperpolling wireless dongle (an extra $15), it can poll at a 4000 Hz rate. There are additionally 10 programmable inputs and five customization profiles that may be saved onboard the mouse.

    The regular Razer Cobra is a wired USB mouse with the same design but fewer capabilities. It is, however, far more inexpensive, costing only USD 40. However, there are some significant variances. It includes eight customizable inputs and a more conventional 8500 DPI optical sensor, however, because it is a wired mouse, it “only” has a polling rate of 1000 Hz. The RGB illumination has been reduced slightly, with the underflow confined to the mouse’s palm region. The wired Cobra weighs only 58 grams / 2.04 oz because it lacks a battery.

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