CES 2018 | Razer Mamba+Firefly HyperFlux

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  1. Wireless power is now in the palm of your hands: http://rzr.to/hyperflux


    Strike like lightning and slay your enemies with the Razer Mamba HyperFlux and Razer Firefly HyperFlux duo. Experience total wireless freedom as the power mat generates a magnetic field that transfers power directly into the mouse.

    Our Razer HyperFlux Wireless Power Technology creates indefinite power for the mouse and eliminates the need for a battery. The result is an ultra-light, ultra-fast mouse that never needs a recharge.

    Discover the Razer Mamba HyperFlux and Razer Firefly HyperFlux: http://rzr.to/hyperflux
  2. J017Rogue

    J017Rogue Well-Known Member

    Dope concept! I went all in on the Mamba and bought the wireless a while back but since the lancehead I've been converted. I wonder if they'll make death adder or dare I say diamondback versions...
  3. .Surf.

    .Surf. Well-Known Member

    So many new concepts that i never saw at any other brand. This is amazing, that wireless charger of all the wireless mats was always taking too much space already it was about time we get rid of it. Great work!
  4. AppleAlex

    AppleAlex Active Member

    March cant get here soon enough!
  5. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    I knew Razer would do this eventually! Much better than what I expected. GG
  6. pvppro19

    pvppro19 Member

    nice! wish a wireless deathadder would come out tho
    Damien1P, osnabb, Kakapiciu and 42 others like this.
  7. hasimo14

    hasimo14 Well-Known Member

    wow i want this.... love my firefly cloth but this is beyond.... omg omg omg
  8. TungstenPhoenix

    TungstenPhoenix New Member

    10/10, would/will try to buy this.
  9. MimiSeng

    MimiSeng Well-Known Member

    This is good, hopefully the battery can last longer
    PhrostByt, catpawerr, X4vier and 24 others like this.
  10. Leviathan2944

    Leviathan2944 Member

    HyperFlux? HyperHype.
    This sounds pretty damn cool. Mouse that charges wirelessly with your mouse pad? That's the most sensible thing in gaming!
    PhrostByt, CuTTyFlaM, X4vier and 28 others like this.
  11. That's amazing!
  12. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    Nice! Looks great and good idea to not have a battery. Also a great idea to still be able to use a cable if needed.
    CuTTyFlaM, CK_Once, X4vier and 16 others like this.
  13. merylll

    merylll Member

    Does this mean the mouse will never run out of battery?
    CuTTyFlaM, CK_Once, X4vier and 12 others like this.
  14. J017Rogue

    J017Rogue Well-Known Member

    Oh shit! It's not a concept - they've already got pricing and all that. Nice!
  15. Liontaros

    Liontaros Well-Known Member

    Looks awesome!
    Kakapiciu, iobhuva, Gabri110 and 9 others like this.
  16. Kcwww

    Kcwww Active Member

    This is not new concept, Logitech have it months ago - Powerplay.
  17. radioCyclamenbook293

    radioCyclamenbook293 Active Member

    I remember when Min posted photo on Instagram and laughed because everyone was copying your firefly idea. Congratulations, now you are copying Logitech :)
  18. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Rest in peace Logitech.

    Not really, since they made a wireless charging mouse, while Razer made a wireless mouse, without it having any batteries, so it's extremely light. That's the main con of wireless mice.

    Do you even understand what this is?
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  19. radioCyclamenbook293

    radioCyclamenbook293 Active Member

    It doesn't have betteries so whenever you take it away for some time it turns off?
  20. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, it's made to be used with the mousepad. What does that have to do with Logitech?
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