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Razer Taipan Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse

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Introduction to the Razer Taipan Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse

Razer is one of the few companies that have not forgotten about the left-handed gamer. Many companies offer one max two mice for those that use the opposite hand to push along the character in their favorite video game. Razer produces nine with some of them being the same model but in different colors. Around Computex, Razer announced the newest one which was the Taipan. Is it worth the $79.99 asking price? Let us find out.

Razer’s take on the Taipan

Introducing the Razer Taipan, an ambidextrous gaming mouse designed to enhance gaming prowess and take out the competition mercilessly. Armed with an all-new 8200dpi 4G dual sensor system , get the absolute precision to execute headshots with ease, as well as lightning fast swiping acceleration to hit your foes faster than they can react.

The Razer Taipan has an ambidextrously ergonomic design, a perfected form that moulds naturally to its wielder’s hand. Countless pro-gamers with a variety of grip and play-styles have validated this mouse as perfect for their needs. Whether they are right-handed or south-paw; use palm, claw, or fingertip grip style - this mouse ensures everyone gets the most comfortable swiping experience and reduced fatigue over extended periods of play. Fight longer as your foes rage-quit in exhaustion.

The Razer Taipan is powered by Razer Synapse 2.0, cutting-edge proprietary software designed to complement Razer’s next-generation gaming hardware. It conveniently connects the deadly mouse to a cloud server for automatic syncing of driver and firmware updates. It also stores personal settings like key binds, macros, and DPI profiles, so whether you use a Razer Taipan at home or one provided at an e-Sports tournament, custom settings are downloaded from the cloud so the mouse on-hand is ready for use immediately. And in just the way you like it.

Put fear into the hearts of your foes, as you win with the Razer Taipan.