Razer Atheris - Productivity, Meet Performance

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

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  1. Hardsequencer

    Hardsequencer Member

    no chroma?? :mad_::frown_:
     
  2. andromatique

    andromatique New Member

    just a quick question, hoping someone able to assist with this. Been trying to find the answer on google to no avail.

    Will the Atheris work on glass? I have been looking for a Razer Wireless mouse to replace my Logi Anywhere Mouse... I am very excited when I learnt of the release of Atheris.

    Anyone able to confirm on this and provide a short review of Razer Atheris vs Logi Anywhere Mouse.
     
  3. dhymon

    dhymon New Member

    It does not work on glass as far as I can tell.
     
  4. NaughtyMiroku

    NaughtyMiroku New Member

    No Griping about the Grip and so much Battery Life for a wireless Gaming Mouse, the possibilities could be endless.
     
  5. MARCASITEradio026

    MARCASITEradio026 New Member

    looks awsome
     
  6. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Community Specialist Staff Member

    Hey Froxen, existing glass sensors will not be able to provide the level of performance that we'd like the Razer Atheris to have, especially if we're are looking for a mouse that will perform while gaming. We intentionally moved away from sensors that track on glass as we couldn't have a mouse that was not fit to play in the big leagues. It's important to us that the Razer Atheris is the mobile mouse in which productivity, meets performance. Where gamers can conquer both the boardroom and the battlefield, no exceptions.
     
  7. Kinred

    Kinred New Member

    Your profile pic looks awesome!
     
  8. Christinde

    Christinde Well-Known Member

    Ohhh thankies :D
     
  9. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Finally available in Australia! Woo hoo!
     
  10. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Community Specialist Staff Member

    YES! Can't wait to hear what you think of it :) Hopefully I haven't over hyped this amazing mobile mouse.
     
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  11. __DeadInside__

    __DeadInside__ New Member

    But razer Orochi has a laser sensor, I have it and it has a tiny amount of acceleration that throws your aim off, but it only happens if you move it too fast.
     
  12. Deon1

    Deon1 New Member

    level 1 razeerzone streamer get free gear or not
     
  13. surfer1081

    surfer1081 Well-Known Member

    Just ordered mine :)
     
  14. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Haven't made the purchase yet. Got a speeding ticket last month - $250 AUD, so I have to wait for somebody at my work to "applaud" the work I've done and send me points. I'm 84 points shy of another $50 AUD Visa Gift Card, and that's going straight to my Atheris. Yeah, if I hadn't been driving so fast (really, if I hadn't been CAUGHT), I'd have that mouse in my hot little hand already.
     
  15. evilchargerfan

    evilchargerfan Well-Known Member

    maybe they release a v2, that has chroma =)
     
  16. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    If they do, it won't be any time soon. I, for one, wouldn't mind if this stayed non-Chroma, as it would save on battery life as well as keep the mouse doing what it needs to do.

    There are plenty of Razer mice with Chroma already. Not everything Razer has to be Chroma.
     
  17. evilchargerfan

    evilchargerfan Well-Known Member

    i set my razer blade stealth to turn off chroma/keyboard lighting when on battery power. its nice to have it come chroma enabled, and have the ability to turn it off at my leisure in the name of saving battery

    if they made a razer blade stealth without chroma, in an effort to conserve battery life .... thats a firm "pass" from my wallet
     
  18. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Well THAT goes without saying ... but this isn't a multiple thousand dollar laptop. It's a wireless mouse with an optical sensor (notice that the wireless Lancehead has a laser sensor, while its wired counterpart has an optical sensor), which would have a higher power draw than a laser version. They want the mouse to be able to stand up to their claim of over 300 hours of continuous use. Having Chroma on it would decrease that significantly.
     
  19. Jecht85

    Jecht85 Member

    Good to know! I did not know that optical sensors draw more power!
     
  20. xenonexia

    xenonexia New Member

    Looks good. Very clean design. Hoping it gets as stable switches as the Deathadder, so that it holds up just as well over time. It would be a great companion, for me and for many others. Definitely.
     
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