Razer made a name for itself for its range of gaming-centric PC peripherals, which is why the Razer Pro Click is a rather intriguing wireless mouse from the company. Made in collaboration with Humanscale, it is a productivity-focused mouse, and we have good reason to believe that a smaller version of the Pro Click is in the works.
While we were going through SIRIM’s database, we notice that Ban Leong – distributor of Razer products in Malaysia – registered a rather intriguing wireless mouse just today, the Razer Pro Click Mini. Carrying the model number RZ01-0399, this is a different product from the regular Pro Click; the latter’s model number is RZ01-0299.
With this in mind, there’s a good chance Razer is working on a smaller version of the Pro Click, given the “Mini” moniker in the product name. After all, the Pro Click itself is similar to Logitech’s MX Master range of mice, not to mention the MX Anywhere series, which is the smaller counterpart of the MX Master lineup.
Anyway, the Pro Click itself, as mentioned, is a productivity-focused wireless mouse with an ergonomic shape. It offers better palm support than a conventional mouse, a true 16,000 DPI sensor, and up to 400 hours of battery life when connected via Bluetooth. If the mouse is used with the 2.4GHz wireless dongle instead, it can last up to 200 hours.
No word yet on exactly when the Razer Pro Click Mini will be introduced, but given that it’s been registered with SIRIM already, we reckon the company will unveil the new wireless mouse soon.