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Your gaming mouse is just as important as your gaming rig, and if you're putting in long gaming sessions, you need a mouse that provides a long battery life. I invite you to take a look at the Razer Orochi V2 mobile wireless gaming mouse, a portable mouse that's currently on sale for only $34.
When I found this deal, I originally thought the battery life was a typo -- it's not, and you can game for up to 950 hours on a single AA battery using the Bluetooth setting. It weighs less than 60 grams and was designed with a small compact form factor, so it's also lightweight for packing and traveling while gaming.
Under the hood, you can expect a 2-gen mechanical switch that is guaranteed to last up to 60 million clicks with gold-plated contact points. You can also expect two different wireless modes -- HyperSpeed and Bluetooth -- to make sure that you can get the most out of your work and play. Plus, it can handle 18,000 DPI for improved precision.