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Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Dekades, Apr 27, 2021.
how long do the batteries last?
i was thiunking the same thing.
I still don't have one.
But using Atheris in the office, and I can tell, that it has 300h battery life (based on spec sheet) - and I've tested it in real life scenario (8h office daily use), and it has lasted for 908,5h (Bluetooth 125Hz), and 365h (2.4GHz 500Hz).
Gr8 to give it a try
nice hint, thank you
v clean i like it
Sye posting an ostrich egg is the most chaotic good energy thing I've seen in a while
wish all mouses could be customized as this one, would love my viper mini with some custom work
the customization is teasing me!!!
Same here, it's a great opportuinty already tho.
That looks sweet
Love this mouse! Are there plans to make mouse grips for it, like how there are for the rest of Razer’s lineup?
There probably is one in the works, in the meantime you can get the universal grip tape.
Looks comfortable but I prefer getting the Deathadder V2
video look great...want to play thiss
One thing puzzles me. I bought a Razer Orochi V2 mouse and previously I had a G305 mouse from Logitech and in that mouse there was an extension cord to lead the USB receiver to the desk top so that it was 20-30cm away from the mouse and there is no such extension in the Orochi V2. I am going to use this mouse in e-sports games on a desktop computer, not a laptop and I have this receiver on the back of the computer, it is about 70 cm away from the mouse and I wonder if it is too far or it will not be lost signal? I do not play on a laptop, then the receiver would be close to the mouse only on the desktop and I am a bit worried about the lack of an extension cord for this USB receiver. Like I say, I am an avid CS: GO esports player and cannot afford any signal loss, hence my fears. Once again, the fact that I have the receiver inserted into the back of my desktop computer will not cause any signal interference or better if I buy a USB extension cord so that the mouse is 20 cm from the receiver? PS, by the way, for a mouse for 80 Euro, you should add a USB extension cable because people will also use this mouse on desktops and not only on laptops. Please dispel my justified doubts, because it worries me a bit that the receiver is so far from the mouse, inserted into the computer at the back, and the signal has to overcome these 70 cm and penetrate the desk top.
love the design!
Hello 19 Romulus84
Razer Orichi V2 is designed to be the perfect travel mouse and therefore have a very long life battery using bluetooth BLE technology.
But if you see latency, you should switch to mode wireless 2.4 GHz.
Don't forget that mode wireless 2.4 GHz has a higher power consumption.
Battery Life: Up to 425 hours (2.4Ghz), 950 hours (BLE) with included Lithium AA battery.
I hope I was able to help you.
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Squeezed orange juice with fresh orange.
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