Summary: First, it appears to have been made for a Chinese market as the packaging is in Chinese. Second, the mouse looks different. The entire mouse has a shiny, hard-plastic finish instead of the slightly-grippy matte of the first two Abyssuses I owned and the LED underneath has an oval cutout in the...
Pros: First, I should say this is the third Razer Abyssus I've bought, and this one is markedly different than the first two. I will list the pros and cons, then discourse. Pros: -the scroll wheel has a great grip and an excellent action -the mouse is small so it fits my small hands nicely -in the pack...
Cons: -the click action. My first two Razer Abyssus mice had crisp, light click action, equal in both the left and the right buttons. When clicked, each button made almost a ticking sound similar to what I imagine a second hand on a wristwatch would sound like if amplified. The mouse I just received is...
okay sensor but the two main buttons feel different.
4 February 2015
Summary: Right mouse button has a satisfying, crisp click, but the left button feels mushy. There is an distinct audible difference between the two switches in addition to the difference in touch feedback. Almost feels like the left button is worn out right out of the box.
... the buttons are very soft and responsive and I like it very much that why I buy this Mirror ...
25 January 2015
Summary: I got the normal version and the buttons are very soft and responsive and I like it very much that why I buy this Mirror version again thinking they are the same but they are not, this mirror version 's buttons are very hard and not like the other one at all. Not recomended
Summary: I have another razor (different model) that I have used for my home PC for many years and have loved it. I bought this one to use at work based on my experience with my home one. That was a mistake and I am returning it.
Summary: If you're going to buy a gaming mouse, please, save up the extra funds and get a harder hitter. One example that comes to mind is the Razer Naga. The fact that it has a braided fiber cable cord alone is reason enough to make the jump and of course, even if you don't wish to use the 12 additional...
Summary: Go ahead and google "Abyssus right click" or "left click". Many people are having my same problem. The right and left click just sometimes give out and it feels stuck. There's no satisfying spring with each click. This is the second Abyssus in 3 months with the exact same issue.
Pros: - Claw Grip - Light - Responsive
Cons: - Right Click malfunctions - Not successor to Diamondback 3G - Feet are rough
Summary: I switched the mouse from 125 to 1000hz polling rate with the switch on the underside of the mouse. It caused a BSOD, and my windows DID NOT BOOT BACK UP. I removed the mouse, still failed. Safe mode didn't work.
Pros: Simple, no frills. Small and light - Good for my fingertip grip. Good sensor
Cons: Drivers caused my PC to BSOD! Stiff buttons Overpriced for the features. Software is under featured and buggy. Cheap build
Summary: Left and right buttons were uncomfortably stiff at first. They're still quite stiff and I've bashed them around a bit, but my fingers ached after moderate to low use at first. The 'feet' are almost non-existent out of the box.
Summary: I am not going to try another product again. This is not for people with small hands. Or people around 5' 5". Also, It is very heavier than mouse mouses, the overall weight ratio was not thoroughly designed which causes stress using it.