The Razer Mamba Chroma 16,000 DPI wireless gaming mouse is down to $77.45 on Amazon. This mouse has been selling for an average of $83 since July, but it regularly spikes to $90 or more. And before July it was going for $100. Today's drop is a new historic low.

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Razer Mamba Chroma 16,000 DPI wireless gaming mouse

The Mamba has a high-precision 16,000 DPI optical sensor that can be adjusted on the fly. Razer's Chroma tech can pick from 16.8 million colors with preset profiles. It has an ergonomic design and 7 programmable buttons. The battery lasts 50 hours.

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The Mamba has a 16,000 DPI optical sensor, which means extremely high precision that you can adjust on the fly as you see fit. The dedicated DPI buttons can be reprogrammed for your favorite settings. Razer's Chroma tech is similar to RGB tech you see in other PC accessories. It lets you customize the lighting on the mouse from a selection of 16.8 million color combinations, including some presets.

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The mouse is designed to be ergonomic. It has rubberized side grips and a ridged, rubberized scroll wheel that's very accurate. You can feel the small bumps that help you increase your grip and keep the mouse under control even while gaming.

There are seven programmable buttons that you can reconfigure for complex macro functions. Use the Razer Synapse software for this. The mouse's battery will last for up to 50 hours on a single charge when lighting is disabled.

This mouse is also compatible with Xbox One but only for basic input, not all the fancy stuff.

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