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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:34pm 30/04/21 | 2 Comments
You know the saying "good things come in small packages" or, for the more risque "it's not the size that matters, it's how you use it". Well, Razer's most recent new PC peripheral offering, the Orochi V2 Wireless Gaming Mouse embodies those sayings, and then some. And we've run the little guy through its paces in our full review.

Here's a snippet:
At 60g without batteries, the Orochi V2 initially feels toy-like, but throwing in a AA or even doubling up with the backup AAA, the weight shift is enough to ground the device in functionality while still being noticeably lighter than most other gaming mice you’ve played with. Out of the box it’s clear this little beauty has been designed for the increasing number of gaming laptop options now crowding the market over more dedicated builds, which can all be traced back to the explosion of esports and the still accessible nature of aspiring to break into that world. This is important because with that in mind the Orachi V2 needs to offer up a competitive option alongside and on par with a more robust wired option, which it does in spades.
Click here for our full Orachi V2 Wireless Gaming Mouse review.



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tim
Posted 08:46pm 07/10/21
Looks like another great mouse coming out into razers line-up of mice.
trillion
Posted 09:03pm 16/10/21
puggo just wants the treat that's out of frame
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