At the CES 2018, Razer presented a set using the HyperFlux wireless power supply technology, which allows uninterrupted energy transfer to the mouse using a washer. Unlike other wireless charging technologies, the FireFly HyperFlux pad creates a magnetic field that directly loads the Mamba HyperFlux mouse – thanks to this solution, the need to use the battery has been eliminated, which results in an ultra-light wireless mouse for gamers (weight: 96g!).
Razer Mamba Hyperflux also uses AFT technology (Adaptive Frequency Technology), which scans the 2.4GHz band for the least-crowded channel, providing a strong signal without interference. The Razer 5G Optical Sensor (Pixart PMW3389) with a resolution of 16,000 DPI and speeds of up to 450 inches per second corresponds to the accuracy of the mice, already known from DeathAdder Elite, Basiliska or Lancehead. HyperFlux can also be used in wired mode (eg, apart from the FireFly HyperFlux pad), thanks to the included 2.1 meter cable.
FireFly HyperFlux is the next version of the well-known washer with RGB Chroma backlight. This time the washer is equipped with a two-sided surface – a hard plastic (providing greater slip) and a soft material (for greater control).
Both devices operate under the control of the new Razer Synapse 3 software (still in beta), and with the Razer Chroma backlight technology, you can use a 16.8 million color palette, as well as lighting effects in games that support Chroma technology.
The set will premiere in March 2018. In the first place it will be available on Razerzone.com at a price of $ 249.99 or 279.99 euros.