When it comes to ambidextrous tools of gaming destruction, Razer has some experience. From the Diamondback to the Copperhead, the wizards at Razer have been developing the mouse that caters to right-handed and left-handed gamers long enough to know that it's time to intoduce a new player to the scene. Boasting Razer's new 4G dual sensor, online profile saving system - Synapse 2.0, and feedback from pro gaming teams like Quantic, this newcomer to the line is worth your attention. Introducing, the Razer Taipan.
Balanced weight, luxurious matte finish, rubberized grips. All of what makes Razer products a hit is present in their new creature, along with nine programmable buttons, an 8200DPI 4G dual sensor, and an optimized ambidextrous shape that makes this mouse the weapon of choice for claw and fingertip styles, and those who know that when pro gaming teams have a say, the outcome is bound to please.
Gaming on the road? No problem. Razer Synapse 2.0 has your back with cloud-based profile syncing and storage, meaning that no matter where you go or who you decide to destroy in any given place, your tried and true bindings and macros will be as they always are: refined by you for the utmost control and comfort.
The Taipan will hit shelves in July for $79.99, so until then check out the product catalogue page for more details and to register for notification.