As its name implies the new Razer Mamba Dual Sensor 4G has two sensors to increase its accuracy though you would not know it was a wireless mouse. It is not strictly wireless either, a locking USB plug will turn it into a wired mouse for those not desiring to worry about battery life. The driver software allows you to change your DPI settings as well as save button programming in up to 5 different profiles. If you need a high end gaming mouse and are willing to spend $120 to get it, drop by Bjorn3D to see the Mamba 4G in action.
"The Razer Mamba Dual Sensor 4G offers the latest in wireless mouse technology with style, ensuring a response time that is equal to a wired high end gaming mouse."
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