Published By : 10 Jan 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
Razer, the world’s leading gaming hardware company, has announced a new HyperFlux wireless power technology that will be released in the first quarter of 2018. Razer has a made a significant name for itself since past several years and has built up a good brand name regarding gaming hardware products.
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The Razer Mamba HyperFlux mouse along with a corresponding power mat are the two products planned to be launched that would be powered by the wireless technology. Razer decided to include a mouse in this release, mainly as it is their highest selling product with large market cap. Another reason for including the mouse involves its central role for gamers, mostly as a key item without which playing most games would be impossible. Razer might add more product that are powered by the HyperFlux wireless technology, but for now, gamers can surely get a hold on this mouse in a short time.
According to the company, the HyperFlux technology is built mainly by using a magnetic field that is used for enabling power transfer to a mouse unit in real-time scenarios. This method is different than the one used by other mouse manufacturers, which mainly involves charging of a battery for power transfers. By taking the Razer’s mouse into consideration, the device is lighter as well as operates faster, thus being an extremely vital device used by gamers. According to the company, this mouse is the first one in the world to operate without a battery and with wireless charging.
The new HyperFlux powered mouse also has Razer’s Adaptive Frequency Technology that provides excellent signal strength, which according to Razer is very stable. The mouse comes with a 16,000 dots per inch (DPI) 5G optical sensor that can readily help to record fine and sharp movements. The mouse mat has a two-sided surface, which allows for faster movement on its rough side, and slower movement by using its smooth surfaced side. The mouse also exhibits Chroma lighting for providing color effects while the device is connected.