Introducing the Razer Orochi V2 Strike Edition—a compact, ultra-lightweight wireless gaming mouse with the longest battery life in the market for peerless portable performance. Armed with an upgraded sensor and switches for crisp control, it’s the perfect partner for gaming on the go.
60g Ultra-lightweight Design
Its small, portable design makes it the ideal travel companion for gaming, while its ambidextrous shape allows for easy handling and deft control—all at no compromise to build strength.
2 Wireless Modes
Maximize its battery life for work via Bluetooth, and maximize your after-hours gaming with the seamless, low-latency performance of Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless.
Up to 950 Hours of Battery Life
Built for the gaming and work grind, it lasts up to 950 hours on Bluetooth and up to 425 hours on Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless, and can go for ages before its batteries need replacing.
2nd-gen Razer™ Mechanical Mouse Switches
With new gold-plated contact points, the switches are less prone to degrading and have a longer lifespan of up to 60 million clicks, so you can enjoy crisp execution that’s just as consistent.
Razer™ 5G Advanced 18K DPI Optical Sensor
Enjoy responsive, pixel-precise aim with an improved sensor that flawlessly tracks your movement with zero spinouts.
Works with AA/AAA Batteries
Requiring only one AA or AAA battery to work, this mouse has a hybrid battery slot that’s optimally positioned for balanced weight distribution.
Great mouse without the fancy bells and whistles. If you arent looking for exuberant features, with RGB and many programmable buttons, this is really good. The material feels good, the buttons are hefty to click and the scroll wheel is very sturdy.
If you need more information, youtube has plenty of review for this mouse with a general great consensus
Orochi is one the best wireless mouse available today. The Logitech G305 is similar in that it does take a battery but the shape is very different. The Orochi is much smaller/lighter, it's perfect for fingertip. But not great if you claw or palm grip, unless you have small hands.
This mouse has major dpi deviation, so running it at 400 or 800 is faster than normal 400/800 dpi. To combat this run the mouse in multiples of 600, 1200, 1800 for dpi and set the ingame to match the edpi.
Also this mouse may have sensor skipping issue depending on the usb port you use. I had to upgrade the firmware from Razer website. It's easy to upgrade but your computer needs to have blutooth for it to update.
This mouse is very comfortable for fingertip grip. It has a great thumb groove on left. Something the G305 doesn't have. It is much lighter than G305.
Option to use AA or AAA battery- longest life in mouse Iv'e seen. I use rechargeable AAA to make it lighter.
Clicks are very clicky and tactile, they use mechanical switches. Haven't heard too many complaints about doubleclicking.
The feet seam decent. Mine scratch a little bit, upgrading to tiger arc ice feet.
It is small- not recommended for large hands unless you use figertip grip.
The forward mouse sensor may take some time to get used to. It may take some time to adjust. Just play aimlabs for a week and you'll adjust. I do feel the sensor is more reactive to my micro finger motions when fingertiping.
No USB extender you may get interference.
Some say this is just a travel mouse but I use it as my main for Valorant. It is built solid. The mouse has low click latency. I do wish Razer would upgrade this mouse to the focus sensor and add a usb extender. If you have larger hands and clawgrip, I'd recommend the g305 though. Fingertip on this thing is amazing you have so much room for microadjustments.
Great wireless mouse! I bought the Viper Ultimate at the same time and ended up returning the Viper. I was originally using the Logitech G305, but I didn't find the Viper's ambidextrous design comfortable at all. The Orochi is much better and despite it's ambidextrous design, the slight ergonomic features are much better than the Viper and G305. Orochi side clicks are superior to the Viper. Overall, satisfied with the mouse and I have no issues thus far. Only complaint, slightly overpriced.
This mouse I purchased for my sister as a gift. She liked it because of it's small size so I wouldn't recommend this to someone with a large hand size as it could cause difficulty of operation.
Also this mouse requires 1 AA and 1 AAA battery to operate so keep that in mind.
One of the best wireless mouse out in the market. I was using the superlight for months but the shape just isn't for me. Razer then released the orochi v2 and quickly replaced my superlight as my main mouse. Better switches and mouse feet for half the price.
Best finger tip mouse in the available market right now. Great value for its price against these other wireless mice that are overpriced ex. Super light. I’m using AAA Lithium battery and it’s super light weight
Really loving this mouse. I swapped from a Glorious Model O wireless and I'm glad I did and don't miss that one ever.
Definitely a good mouse for anyone with a small-med hand/palm.
definitely great for claw grippers for gaming or everyday use.
Light and comfortable, but doesn't feel cheap at all.
Clicks on all the buttons are nice and crisp, super satisfying.
My only cons for this mouse are that it doesn't use an internal battery and uses either a AA or AAA battery (+1 to Razer for including battery in the box though) and that it requires Razer software to make any changes to performance.
Overall solid mouse at the price point where there is definitely a lot of competition