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Razer Launches Cobra Gaming Mouse Line

Updated: Dec 19, 2023

Razer is expanding its suite of gaming mouse options with the new Cobra line.

Razer Cobra Pro Gaming Mouse
Razer Cobra Pro. Credit: Razer

The gaming hardware brand on Thursday, 29 June unveiled two new customisable mouse releases that feature Chroma RGB lighting: the Cobra Pro and the Cobra. Both releases incorporate the symmetrical form factor that the brand's mice have become popular for, while packing cutting-edge tech under the hood.


"There was a clear gap in the market for a mouse that offered a well-balanced, immersive gaming experience. Driven by that realisation, we created the all-new Cobra line," said Barrie Ooi, Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division. "The Cobra Pro stands unrivalled as the most immersive, feature-rich wireless and symmetrical mouse available today, and we can’t wait for our community to try it out for themselves."

Razer Cobra Pro.
Razer Cobra Pro. Credit: Razer

The Cobra Pro features 10 customisable controls, five onboard memory profiles and 11 individually addressable Chroma RGB zones, the most zones in its class. It has seven buttons on top, two on the side and one on the bottom, allowing gamers to have a wide range of options for quick-to-reach commands.


Apart from these, the brand's Hypershift feature can temporarily enable a secondary set of functions on top of existing button assignments.


The five onboard memory profiles can be cycled through at the bottom of the mouse, letting gamers seamlessly switch profiles for different gameplay scenarios and needs.


The Cobra Pro can last up to 100 hours of gameplay on HyperSpeed Wireless and up to 170 hours on Bluetooth, letting gamers go days of playing without needing to charge the mouse. When they do need to charge, however, they can use the included USB Type-C Speedflex Cable and continue the action while the mouse is wired. But if they want to keep the mouse wireless, the mouse also supports wireless charging through the Razer Mouse Dock Pro and the Razer Wireless Charging Puck, both of which are sold separately.

Razer Cobra Pro.
Razer Cobra. Credit: Razer

The Cobra, meanwhile, is the more affordable alternative, featuring eight customisable controls and a gradient Chroma underglow.


Both the standard Cobra and its Pro counterpart feature lightweight designs that factor in precision and comfort. The former, however, is wired-only, while the latter supports wireless. The two also ship with the brand's latest Focus Pro 30K optical sensor, which has a maximum sensitivity of 30,000 DPI and a maximum speed of 750 IPS. They also include Chroma RGB support, which features 16.8 million colours, a variety of lighting effects and seamless integration with more than 250 games.


The Razer Cobra Pro and Cobra are available for purchase now for US$129.99 and US$39.99, respectively.

 
  • Razer unveiled two new customisable mouse releases that feature Chroma RGB lighting: the Cobra Pro and the Cobra.

  • The wireless Cobra Pro features 10 customisable controls, five onboard memory profiles and 11 individually addressable Chroma RGB zones, the most zones in its class.

  • The wired Cobra, meanwhile, features eight customisable controls and a gradient Chroma underglow.

  • The Razer Cobra Pro and Cobra are available for purchase now for US$129.99 and US$39.99, respectively.




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