Razer Hyperflux review: A wireless mouse that has no battery inside—believe it!

It sounds like science fiction—but it’s real, and it works.

It sounds like science fiction—Razer’s new Mamba Hyperflux is a wireless mouse without a battery inside. It’s real though and it works, aside from a few edge-case scenarios.

Razer’s Mamba Hyperflux mouse and Firefly Hyperflux charging-pad combo sound like science fiction. Get this: It’s a wireless mouse… without a battery. When I heard about it at CES, I didn’t believe it would work. Now that I’ve had it in my hands for a few weeks I can confirm that, yes, it does. Even knowing logically how the trick works, I’m nevertheless fascinated by it.

It’s only when the illusion breaks, that I’m reminded, oh yeah, this is a real piece of new technology, complete with some first-generation flaws.

This review is part of our roundup of best gaming mice. Go there for details on competing products and how we tested them.

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