The ambidextrous peripheral made of several parts is now available
In its quest to create a mouse that is larger than life yet pleasant to use, Razer came up with the Ouroboros, which was officially revealed a while ago but has only now begun to ship to customers.The news of shipments having started is actually the reason Ouroboros is making the news again.
Priced at $130 / €130, the mouse, in all its ambidextrous glory, can change its shape by extending or retracting the palm rest.
It can also swap out certain components, depending on what grip styles owners prefer.
The price may seem a bit much, but fortunately it doesn't have only shapechanging abilities justifying it. Ouroboros also has 11 programmable buttons and a dual-sensor system (8,200 DPI max), plus a charging dock.
Find all the information and/or place an order here.