Excerpt: The Razer Diamondback mouse lets gamers move and shoot more quickly, thanks to a precise 1,600-dpi laser, which gives an advantage in online death matches. The corded mouse emits a soft blue metallic glow from its black, bug-like shell. Other "performance-enhancing" devices, such as the Saitek GM2 Action Pad, have more programmable buttons—but the Diamondback works like every other mouse, so there's no learning curve.
Excerpt: The bar has been raised when it comes to the mouse. It is no longer a question of whether a mouse has enough features, but actually whether the instrument is responsive, comfortable, and has the options the user will need. Razer has been a brand name that ensures great quality mice. The company recently released the Razer Diamondback Mouse, a sleek and comfortable PC peripheral. The mouse comes with software that installs a console for refining the control experience.
Excerpt: If you are into First Person Shooters or other games where you need precise control, then you need a Razer mouse. I recently had the opportunity to try out the Razer Diamondback. For just $54.99, its quite a deal, especially if it can (and it does) improve your game. I have been following the Razer line going back to the original boomslang, and it is good to see that they are back and expanding into gaming mats, keyboards, and headphones (and sound cards).
Conclusion: Overall the Razer Diamondback Plasma LE is as perfect a gaming mouse can be as anything better than this would have something to do with lazer sensors. To be short, the Plasma LE is the best in its class. The mouse provided excellent responsiveness, thanks to its 1600 dpi infrared sensor and always ON mode. As for starters, this mouse may be a little too fast for you but fret not because the driver lets you adjust different types of sensitivity and speeds.
Pros: Impressive accuracy and precision, 1600 dpi at 6400 fps with 16-bit data path, Comfortable to use, 7 customizable buttons & on-the-fly sensitivity, Blue glow, Innovative infrared sensor, Decent pricing & package, Always ON
Excerpt: Any possibility of getting PS/2 connection testing thrown into the review mix? I've got two PCs (and an Xbox, but that doesn't count for this) plugged into a KVM, which only does PS/2 passthrough for keyboards\mice. I don't really have the deskspace (or the desire to piss Mrs.
Conclusion: To sum things up the Razer Diamondback is an outstanding mouse that offers exceptional performance. It is just held back by an awkward button layout and a steep price tag. If you are a Logitech user you will probably find the Diamondback feels strange. If you are currently using a standard shaped mouse then the Diamondback is definitely an option for you to consider.
Excerpt: Ask any professional gamer, what's the best competition mouse
available right now and most of them will tell you to check out the
Diamondbacks. Razer has built a reputation in the professional realms
by offering some of the most precise and highly accurate optical mouse’s
available. Continuing a legacy that started with the world famous Diamondback
series, Razer has released a commemorative mouse based on the
Pros: Extremely Rare Limited Edition, Highly Accurate, Superior Tracking, Smooth Glide Teflon Pads, Excellent Looks & Performance, Increases Skill Level with Precision Optics, Neoprene Carrying Case Protects Investment
Cons: Very Limited Availability (If you can find one)
Conclusion: This Razer Diamond has a lot of nice features and advantages such as 1600dpi, 16 bits data pipe, attractive looking, suitable for both left hand and right hand users and etc. For the performance of this Razer Diamondback, I have to admit that it is one of the best gaming mouse in the market right now, hence you must try it if you can afford the price; RM219.
Pros: * 1600 dpi, precision and accuracy
* 7 buttons
* Comfortable to hold
* Anti-slip coating and rubber siderails for improved grip
* LAN PAK included
* Symmetry designed, suit for both left hand and right hand users
* Looks attractive