Razer’s gaming mice are taking a generational leap with the new 4G Dual Sensor technology, the company announced last week. Unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the latest versions of Razer’s Mamba and Imperator mice are its first “4G” dual-sensor mice, which means that they feature both an optical and a laser sensor.
Calling the 6400dpi dual-sensor system the "most precise and advanced sensor technology”, Razer USA president Robert "Razerguy" Krakoff said: “We worked closely with many pro-gamers to fine-tune the sensor under intense gaming conditions, ensuring it achieved a level of tracking accuracy that met their high-level demands.”
As per the press release, the 4G Dual Sensor System packs a raft of new features, including “surface calibration, lift-off distance customization, and ten times faster surface detection than any sensor from the previous generation.”
The wireless Razer Mamba can be pre-ordered now from the company’s website for $129.99, with shipping expected to begin sometime later this month. Already listed as “in stock” on the site, the Imperator is a wired mouse priced at $79.99. The two mice will be available worldwide in July.