Gaming hardware developer, Razer has announced that the Razer Mamba 2012 wireless gaming mouse has been awarded the PC Gamer Editor's Choice award.
Recognized as a game changer due to its battery life, precision and comfort, the Mamba 2012 wireless gaming mouse has been categorized as a dream product.
The extended battery life of the Razer Mamba allows for several days of continuous play and can be recharged as per convenience using the dock. In the PC Gamer article, the 4G sensor system is described as “precise” enabling the user to achieve headshots more easily. It features a 2.4 GHz wireless technology of gaming grade, a 6400dpi 4G dual sensor system and is capable of 1000Hz ultrapolling with just 1ms of reaction time.
The President of Razer USA, Robert “RazerGuy” Krakoff stated that the objective of the 4G Sensor System enabled Razer Mamba 2012 to help users boost their skills and play more effectively. The Razer Mamba 2012 and the Razer Imperator 2012 feature Razer’s advanced 4G Dual Sensor System which combines a laser and optical sensor to provide unparallel tracking precision. The technology allows the user to calibrate the mouse based on the surface being used, thus allowing for a faster and more accurate optimal tracking of the user’s swipes.
Designed to provide unmatched in-game performance, the 4G Dual Sensor System helps calculate the cutoff height at which tracking will end once the mouse loses contact with the surface. This feature is benefits low-sensitivity pro gamers who lift their mouse to achieve a wider swiping motion.