Summary: I've had this mouse for close to a year and a half, and it is just wonderful. For the little PC gaming I do, it is amazing. The assignable buttons are invaluable for fast spell or weapon changes and the ability to change the dpi on the fly is excellent for those times when you need to go from high precision to swinging all the way across the screen. The ability to save several settings profiles is a plus as well.
Summary: This is the best mouse i have ever bought...i use it for call of duty and left for dead and its perfect HOWEVER, the one thing that is a pro/con is the light on the mouse, when i leave my computer on its so bright it keeps me awake lol
Summary: I purchased thise mouse once and it lasted a very good amount of time. When It 'died' I contacted the provider and sent my old one in for a new one. The mouse feels perfect in my hand and easily is my fav mice I have ever used in my 20+ years of comp use. I simply love this mouse.
Summary: The RAZER Copperhead mouse works equally well whether you're using it as a gaming mouse or as a regular work mouse. Each of its 7 buttons are programmable, and so the user has a very wide range of options when it comes to customizing the mouse. The mouse moves very smoothly and has little issue tracking on most normal mouse surfaces.
Summary: I bought this back when it was like 80$+ so ouch for me. I like the actual feel of movement with this mouse better than razer's diamondback, but, it skips. i've updated drivers etc etc, researched it, and cleaned lens, but it skips. occasionally i'll be playing, and turn in a direction that i did not want. i use the razer exact mat, and tried with other mats, still same problem. but when it does work, its very good. i've read that all laser mice may suffer this problem.
Summary: It's that simple. I don't own one of these, but I can tell you the ambidextous design does not optimize contour for righties or lefties. It's physically impossible to optimize for both. If you are a lefty it may be the best you can do, but certainly righties have any number of better options.
Summary: mouse is doing good, even without mouse mat, right button sometimes needs more power to be pressed, buttons on the right side are for me in game unuseable because of their positiom, left side buttons are confortable and easy to be reached and pressed with your thumb
Summary: I have yet to game with this mouse but I can notice a difference with mouse responses when I set the sensitivity higher or lower. It did take me a little time to get use to the shape of the mouse and button locations. But after a month of use it is comfortable as my last mouse.
Summary: When I saw people raving about the razer I decided to give it a look, especially since I needed a gaming mouse considering that the one I had just did not cut it. I looked at a lot of their products including the Lachesis and Death Adder, but the Copperhead had a pretty good reputation so I decided to pick it up. When I got it I was excited as a little kid, I immediately installed the drivers and started messing with it.