Razer one of the leading manufacturer of gaming peripherals is now upgrading two models of its gaming mice sensors to 4G technology (4th generation). The models are Razer Mamba and Razer Imperator, they will be the first to feature a dual sensor system, utilizing an optical and laser sensor.
This combination is made so that it will supposedly improve the tracking accuracy and allow for these mice to continue tracking movements even when lifted from the desktop. These features will be very helpful for hardcore gamers because they regularly have to pick up their mouse. The Imperator and Mamba will include speeds up to 6400dpi.
The Razer Mamba is a wireless mice and comes with a changing dock, as well as a wired USB cable so that you no need to stock up on AA batteries. It features a black design and is accented by a glowing LED light on the scroll wheel. There are seven buttons which can all be customized easily. The Imperator is wired and also comes with seven buttons, two of which are located underneath the scroll wheel and control the dpi level.
The Razer Mamba will be available for $129.99 and the Imperator mouse is currently available for $79.99.