Razer Mamba Firefly HyperFlux at CES 2018
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
It seems wireless gaming is the big thing for the main peripheral brands at CES 2018, and Razer was no exception. Their latest iteration of the Mamba still packs the same high-performance sensor and features we’ve come to expect. However, it has no battery what so ever, meaning it weighs less than just about any mouse we’ve ever tested. It uses their new HyperFlux mousepad to deliver power to it wirelessly. Take the mouse away, and after a few seconds, it’ll simply run out of power. Of course, put it back on the mat, and it sparks back to life instantly.
No more batteries, no more added weight, no more cables needed, no recharging, it just works and that’s amazing.
You can use a USB cable if you really need to, but otherwise, this is a fantastic idea and we can’t wait to get one in for proper testing. Would you buy one?