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Razer's new Orochi V2 gaming mouse boasts over 900 hours of battery life

By Aaron Yip - on 28 Apr 2021, 11:44am

Razer's new Orochi V2 gaming mouse boasts over 900 hours of battery life

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Razer has just announced the Orochi V2,  a compact and ultra-lightweight wireless gaming mouse with long battery life. When we say long, we mean long - this thing is capable of over 900 hours of use from a single AA battery in Bluetooth mode. That’s just over 37 days of playtime, providing you’re actually using it 24 hours a day. 

The Orochi V2 lasts for up to 425 hours of usage when using the Razer HyperSpeed Wireless mode, which allows for a lower-latency connection. The mouse also comes with 2nd-gen Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches, which have new gold-plated contact points that have a longer lifespan of up to 60 million clicks - meaning that they take a much longer time to degrade. 

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The mouse also weighs less than 60 grams (minus the batteries), and is meant to be small enough to pocket on the go. Senior vice president of Razer’s peripherals business unit Alvin Cheung said:

Gamers shouldn’t have to sacrifice performance for portability. The Orochi V2 uses state-of-the-art gaming grade components combined with unique lightweight design features, making it the ideal portable gaming mouse.

The Orochi V2 comes in standard Black or White, but you can also choose from over a hundred different personalised designs via Razer Customs. The Razer Orochi V2 costs S$104.90, but the Customs Edition is pricier at US$89.99 (around S$119).

Razer also recently announced their Universal Grip Tape, which comes as a kit of self-adhesive patches that can be applied on your mice, keyboards or controllers if you need to, you know, get a grip. 

You can get the Orochi V2 from Razer's own e-store now. Alternatively, Razer has an official store on Shopee too.

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