The Razer Cobra Pro and Razer Cobra combine all the most recent technology from Razer’s long list of features, and crams it into their smallest form factor. It incorporates the prime features of Razer‘s immersive mice range into a symmetrical form factor. It’s built with customizability in mind, connectivity, and cutting-edge tech. Barrie Ooi, Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division had this to say about it.

“There was a clear gap in the market for a mouse that offered a well-balanced, immersive gaming experience. Driven by that realization, we created the all-new Cobra line. The Cobra Pro stands unrivaled 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.”

The Cobra Pro retails for $129.99, and the wired Cobra retails for $39.99.

You might think that with a smaller form factor, that the Cobra Pro wouldn’t have as many features, well it does. It comes thoughtfully designed with seven buttons on top, two on the side, and one on the bottom. With Razer’s Hypershift feature, you can add even more dimension to these buttons for fast-twitch moments in game.

The Cobra line also expands on the Chroma RGB peripherals that Razer has. It features 16.8 million colors, a multitude of lighting effects, and color integration with over 250 games. It also has the new Smart Dimming feature that conserves battery life, but still gives you some color to work with.

The Cobra Pro weighs just 77g, has 100 hours of battery life on HyperSpeed Wireless, and 170 hours of battery life on Bluetooth.

The Razer Cobra Wired Is Just As Awesome

Don’t forget about the Cobra, just because it’s wired doesn’t mean it can’t pull off some of the insane feats as the Cobra Pro. It comes with ultra-durable switches, eight customizable controls, and features Chroma underglow.

Both mice are available now at and authorized Razer resellers.

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