The mouse was impressively light: There's no battery inside to weigh it down, as it instead draws power from the pad through a magnetic field. It bears a 5G optical sensor with 16,000dpi, features mechanical mouse switches, and has nine programmable buttons. The mousepad, of course, is trimmed with Chroma lighting. The pad is also double-sided: You can flip it over in the base for a hard surface or soft cloth side, which I thought was a clever and simple feature. The Mamba HyperFlux (mouse pad included) launches for $249.99 in the first quarter.