Razer Atheris - Productivity, Meet Performance

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Razer.WolfPack, Aug 15, 2017.

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  1. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Administrator Staff Member

    We’re taking care of all your portable productivity and performance needs with the all-new Razer Atheris. Learn more: http://rzr.to/atheris

    Hey Insiders,

    We’re bringing our expertise from the battlefield to the boardroom and we’ve built the perfect pocket-sized weapon for office ninjas to wield. Optimized for both work and play, the Razer Atheris brings out your A-game whether you’re in a high-stakes meeting or a high-octane deathmatch.


    Leave the cables at home and let the Razer Atheris carry you through the week with over 300 hours of continuous use. This powerhouse is perfect for your guild raid even when it’s scheduled after a grueling battle in the meeting room. You’ll take down tasks in the day and enemies at night without ever having to worry about recharging or replacing the batteries.

    Packed with the same industry-leading Adaptive Frequency technology as the Razer Lancehead wireless, the Razer Atheris will survive even in the toughest of wireless battlegrounds. This means that no matter where you are, café or crowded office space, your mouse always maintains a solid connection.

    Equipped with a gaming grade 7,200 DPI optical sensor, the Razer Atheris will keep your shots steady and brush strokes precise. It doesn’t matter if you’re editing head shots or scoring frags with them, this is the perfect mobile mouse fully equipped to secure the objective.

    Productivity, meet performance. The all-new Razer Atheris is crafted for both work and play. Get yours today: http://rzr.to/atheris
  2. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member


    The only thing I'm missing is the chroma, but I get trying to save the battery life.

    It's still beautiful thing!
  3. JoshuaDarkhat

    JoshuaDarkhat Active Member

    Looks awesome. But the Orochi has a 8200dpi sensor. It is an interesting option to think about before buying a new mouse.
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  4. SammtheBird

    SammtheBird New Member

    Looking for a new work mouse. I would love to see Razer come out with a trackball thumb style. Im one of those weirdos.
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  5. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Looks really cool, I'm happy that it has optical sensor. It is kind of competitor to Orochi :)

    Orochi has a laser sensor, so it's not even close to any optical sensor, dpi is just marketing thing ;)
  6. J017Rogue

    J017Rogue Well-Known Member

    Min must have ran out of battery while on a plane :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: Great idea for us traveling professionals!
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  7. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Well, if it has the Adaptive Frequency technology as the Razer Lancehead wireless, and an optical sensor, this could be even better than the Lancehead itself.

    Razer, please stop adding Laser sensors to your top mice, optical ones are simply better, and it's sad to see your top mice's overall performance hampered by the sensor.
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  8. Christinde

    Christinde Well-Known Member

    Yaaay :D
    A new mouse for when I'm on the go :heart:
    Both my Orochi's are on their last days, so I'm really happy for this
  9. Leite._no_id

    Leite._no_id New Member

    Nice, but I think deathadder still better tho.
  10. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Administrator Staff Member

    I've been using the Razer Atheris to deal with work on the go and I cannot recommend it enough!
  11. How is is compared to orochi?
  12. CasioJones

    CasioJones New Member

    I am looking for a mouse , this looks good - but it lacks the ability to have a cable attached. I want a cable for convenience (and recharging) and cableless for gaming.
  13. iPhantomhives

    iPhantomhives Member

    y u no chroma
  14. Lunamari

    Lunamari New Member

    Good shapes but need Chroma
  15. Tarkus.Z

    Tarkus.Z New Member

    From the specs.

    True 7,200 DPI optical sensor
  16. H0PE_

    H0PE_ Member

    The Dark side is with this one... I'm proud of you my son...
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  17. 0V3R_K1LL

    0V3R_K1LL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Finally a wireless mouse with an optical sensor. Glad you guys realised that Laser sensors arent the way to go forward in the mice game.
    Louyar and DRIFT_IT like this.
  18. issouza

    issouza New Member

    We miss Chroma guys
  19. markieg

    markieg Active Member

    Nice it looks sleek enough to use at work
    Louyar likes this.
  20. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Yeah it has optical sensor so what's your point here?
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