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Razer's ambidextrous Ouroboros mouse now shipping, ready to placate left-handed gamers

Sean Buckley, @seaniccus
November 20, 2012
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Had your eye on Razer's symmetrical gaming mouse? Peek at your email -- the firm's online storefront is quietly tipping customers that the Ouroboros is now shipping. Much like that other transforming rodent, the Ouroboros can change its shape by extending its palm rest or swapping out select components to favor specific grip styles. If your favored grip happens to be southpaw, don't sweat it -- this tail-chewing snake is designed to fit both of your mitts comfortably. The price of a left-handed fit isn't cheap, however, but the mouse's $130 asking price includes 11 programmable buttons, a dual sensor system topping out at 8,200 DPI and a charging dock. Check out our Gamescom hands-on to see how it fit in our hands, or skip on over to the source link to take in Razer's official spiel.

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