Razer has released a new premium gaming mouse, the Cobra Pro, which offers tons of customization options. The device is equipped with ten keys: seven on the top, two on the side and one more on the bottom panel. Each button can be customized according to your needs.
At most, Cobra Pro can store up to five profiles in memory. You can switch between them on the fly — quickly choosing the profile you need for one or another game. The mouse also supports Hypershift, which temporarily adds a second set of functions to each key.
Cobra Pro has a symmetrical design. There are 11 Chroma RGB lighting zones with support for 16.8 million colors that can be individually adjusted. It uses a Focus Pro 30K optical sensor and third-generation optical switches with a response time of only 0.2 milliseconds. You can also optionally purchase the Razer HyperPolling Wireless Dongle to increase the polling rate of the mouse to 4000Hz.
The built-in battery lasts for 100 hours when connected via proprietary HyperSpeed Wireless technology or up to 170 hours when working via Bluetooth. You can charge the mouse using a USB-C cable or wireless charging. The Razer Cobra Pro is priced at $129.99.
Razer also presented a regular version of the Cobra, without the Pro. It has only wired connection, one backlight zone, one user profile, 8500 DPI optical sensor, etc. Its cost is $39.99.