Gaming peripheral company Razer has launched a new line of gaming mice with the Cobra Pro, a premium-style wireless mouse, and the Cobra, a more basic wired version that uses the same overall design. They’re now available on the Razer Store and on Amazon and retail for $130 USD and $40 USD, respectively.

The Cobra now sits alongside Razer’s already-wide roster of gaming mice such as the Deathadder, Viper, and Basilisk. However, this new mouse is intended to cover different preferences that the lineup didn’t already offer while including the high-end features of its other top-of-the-line mice. When it comes to grip-type and shape–Cobra mice have a symmetrical design intended for a fingertip or claw grip. You can check out the details on the Razer Cobra Pro and Cobra below.

Razer Cobra Pro (Wireless) Details

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The Razer Cobra Pro is on the higher end of the spectrum when it comes to gaming mice. It sits at an MSRP of $130 USD, but comes a ton of fancy features. It uses Razer’s HyperSpeed wireless tech for the lowest latency possible (through 2.4 GHz connectivity)–the mouse can also be used via Bluetooth or wired through a USB-C cable. The Cobra Pro has Chroma RGB lighting and is designed to give the mouse an underglow around the base as well as the logo and scroll wheel, which can be customized in the Razer Synapse software.

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