Razer Ouroboros | US$129.99 | www.razerone.com
regular mouse users didn’t quite think twice about this important but often overlooked pointing device. however, as far as gamers are concerned, the fit of the mouse to their hands is as equally important as what goes under the hood and this is especially true for competitive gamers (or anyone who take their PC gaming very seriously) and therefore, a gaming mouse with customizable ergonomics such as the Razer Ouroboros will be welcomed with open arms by the gaming community. the main highlights include a fully customizable ambidextrous ergonomics complete with the flexibility to adjust the arch of the palm rest and back, plus two interchangeable side panels to accommodate the different width of grip. knowing that not all hands of the same size, this feature is certainly a much welcome one and seriously, we think it should be implemented on non-gaming mouse too. don’t concur with us? just try using a standard mouse for 12 hours straight and you will know what we mean. in fact, designers often do suffer from hand and wrist fatigues too and hence, this group of users could also benefit from such a mouse. other features include a 8200dpi 4G dual sensor system, 1ms gaming-grade wireless technology with charging dock, eleven programmable Hyperesponse buttons, Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled and a battery life of up to 12 hours of continuous gaming. the Razer Ouroboros will be hitting the stores in the first quarter of 2013 with a price tag of $129.99. click through for a few more look at the Ouroboros.