Razer on Tuesday unveiled what it's calling the world's most advanced gaming mouse. Now in its third iteration, the 2015 Razer Mamba features a brand new 5G laser sensor and Adjustable Click Force Technology, among other features.

Technically, Razer announced two new mice: the wireless Mamba and the wired Mamba Tournament Edition.

Both feature a 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor that can track at up to 210 inches per second (50 G acceleration). It can also track up to 1 DPI increments and can track lift-off cut-off distance as precise as 0.1mm.

Furthermore, both feature nine programmable buttons including tilt-click scroll wheel and have Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customizable colors. The pair are also Razer Synapse enabled.

The standard Mamba can operate in either wired or wireless mode with 1ms response time. Battery life when wireless is rated at 20 hours of continuous gaming, Razer claims, and it comes with a magnetic charging dock to top off the battery when not in use.

The non-Tournament Edition also includes Adjustable Click Force Technology which provides gamers with a total of 14 different choices in terms of click force needed to activate the left and right mouse buttons.

MSRP is set at $89.99 for the wired Mamba Tournament Edition and $149.99 for the wireless Mamba. Both will be available as of the third quarter, Razer said.