Razer Refreshes Krait Gaming Mouse With Better Sensor

Subject: General Tech | November 27, 2012 - 06:53 AM |
Tagged: razer, mouse, mice, krait, gaming, 6400 dpi, 4G sensor

Earlier this month Razer announced that it would be updating its DeathAdder gaming mouse with a new sensor and texturized grips. Now, it looks as though the peripheral company is going to be updating its Krait mouse as well.

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The budget gaming mouse will be getting an updated 4G infrared sensor that has a maximum of 6400 DPI resolution for sniping precision. The DPI can be changed on the fly with the Krait as well. Measuring 116mm x 52mm x 36mm and weighing 85 grams, Razer has kept the same overall form factor and design as the original Krait, but has removed the strip of LEDs on the side and replaced them with new texturized rubber grips that are designed to improve grip. Support for Synapse 2.0 is also coming to the new Krait mouse, which will allow you to sync your mouse settings to other computers.

 

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Compared to the original Krait's 1600 DPI, the updated model should bring the classic design into the hands of modern gamers that are used to higher precision mice. At least that's the idea. It will be interesting to see how well received Razer's updated designs will be.

According to EXPreview, the updated Krait will cost 299 Yuan, which works out to just under $50 USD. Unfortunately, there is no word on a specific release date.

Source: EXPreview
November 27, 2012 | 11:01 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Obligatory "what's the bandwidth requirement on this mouse?" comment.

June 9, 2014 | 06:03 AM - Posted by asafa (not verified)

hey well this is one master accessory for an extreme gamer indeed. Thanks a cure for snoringlot for putting it here. Many of the people are not even aware that such a brand exist and to be frank they are the best brand which has the most lasting keyboards and mice just made for gaming. @@

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