Razer Cobra and Cobra Pro launch as up-to-30,000 DPI mice with Chroma RGB
Razer's latest Cobra-series gaming mice are right-hand-only symmetrical peripherals with Chroma RGB "underglow" lighting and prominent logos. However, the Pro takes the look even farther with more lighting for its clickwheel, which also comprises 3 of the 10 inputs re-mappable to a range of functions "from essential commands to complex macros" as part of up to 5 whole separate profiles.
The Cobra Pro also boasts a Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor, which might help when it is set free from its Speedflex cable to work over either Bluetooth or Razer's HyperSpeed Wireless 2.4GHz connection, via its own type-A dongle kept in a secret compartment on the mouse. It is rated to last in these modes for up to 170 hours or 33 hours respectively.
On that note, there is even the option of wireless as well as USB type-C charging- although it seems the option is compatible with first-party accessories only. The Cobra Pro has debuted alongside a 8500 DPI, wired-only vanilla sibling with the same "90 million click"-ready third-gen optical switches and lighter 58g weight.
The Razer Cobra and Cobra Pro are now available on Amazon for US$39.99 or US$129.99 respectively.