The looks of Ouroboros is very characteristic for Razer, as it has a lot of sharp shapes. The mouse is ambidextrous, which means that it fits in both hands. Because of that there's two plastic thumb buttons on each side. Behind the wheel there are two configurable buttons, which can be used for example adjusting sensitivity.
The surface is hard plastic, which is a bit of a disappointment, because I prefer soft-touch coating.
At the middle of the top surface there are three stripes, which show you the battery level with LEDs. This view also shows well the big gap in front of the scrolling wheel.
One of Ouroboros' specialty is the adjustable length, which can be extended up to 15 mm (0.59"). Thanks to this, and the other adjusting features, the mouse should be suitable for a wider range of people when compared to regular non-adjustable gaming mice.
Beside the length adjustment, the rear panel can also be tilted to ensure that the mouse fits your hand perfectly.
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