Wireless mice are cool but there are two problems, they are heavier than wired mice, and the battery could die in the middle of a heated battle. Razer is aiming to solve each problem with Mamba Hyperflux and Firefly Hyperflux.
Mamba Hyperflux is the mouse and Firefly Hyperflux is the mouse pad. Focusing on the mouse first, Mamba Hyperflux has a 16,000 DPI optical sensor, RGB lighting, and a special capacitor built-into it that is lightweight and will hold a slight charge. The capacitor allows the mouse to be lifted off of Firefly Hyperflux for about 5 seconds before it runs out of juice. Returning the mouse to the mousepad, it will almost immediately turn back on and you can resume using it.
Firefly Hyperflux receives its power from a USB -> Micro USB wire. Firefly Hyperflux also has RGB lighting around the edge of the mousepad illuminating the surface it sits on. The top of Firefly Hyperflux is reversible and offers two separate surfaces. One is a more cloth design and the other is a slicker surface, which most of you know as a speed design.
Say you don’t want to take the mousepad with you? The USB cable comes out of the mouse pad and you can use it on the Mamba Hyperflux mouse, making it a wired mouse.
Razer will be releasing both products as a combo it for $249.99, expect to see it on shelves at the end of Q1 2018.