Razer usually makes mice and keyboards that have rounded edges and, generally, design elements that aim to convey a feeling of smoothness and power, all at the same time.
Whether or not the company really succeeds in its goals is something that buyers themselves will have to decide.
What we are going to do now is take a look at a product that hasn't actually been launched yet.
Instead, it has passed through the hands of the Federal Communications Commission for some reason.
It's called Ouroboros and has an ambidextrous design, plus sharp edges instead of the normal curves. Razer may be trying something new here, which is why we brought up the matter of smooth contours in the first place.
The main buttons are large and supplemented by six more, arranged in a macro. Finally, the braided USB cable is detachable. Unfortunately, we have no other details, nor pricing or availability dates, to provide.