Summary: I love this mouse... I bought one of these back when they were new in 2004 I think. I love the ergonomics of it. I love that the majority of the top is smooth clear-ish plastic. I don't like the textured plastic Razer puts on a lot of their newer mice. The rubberized buttons also feel nice. The track wheel is also rubber and feels good. I like how you can see the internals of the mouse. I had the red one.
Summary: I got this mouse in 2007, and it finally "passed away" in mid 2012 when the left button stopped working reliably. All in all 5 years of use I consider pretty great for items like a mouse which are full of buttons that actuate over and over again. Ergonomics wise I got used to the Diamondback after a few weeks, however it's a very long and narrow mouse with broad top buttons and narrow, small side buttons.
T. A. Ashley "Lover of all things gadgety", Amazon
31 March 2008
Summary: For some reason, ever since I have owned PC's, I've always owned and used either Microsoft or Logitech pointing devices. There was always a sense of familiarity with them, like an old sweat shirt or holey pair of slippers. So I was a little amazed at myself for stepping outside my comfort zone and considering a device not made by the big two.
Summary: A very good reason to go back to using wires I have been using wireless and am enthusiastic about wireless technology. However, after using very famous and expensive wireless brands of mouse technology, from leaders in this field, for a number of years, I decided to go with the Razor Diamondback until wireless mouse devices get a lot better.
Summary: Pros: It's a comfortable mouse and is very, very sensitive (so you'll need to get used to moving with more subtlety). It takes maybe 10 minutes to get used to. It always glows green, has a clear laser on the bottom, and textured mouse buttons on the top. Cons: The buttons (3 on top, 2 on each side) were not as customizable as I was expecting - it limits which buttons can be assigned certain actions.
Summary: People see my M$ Reclusa keyboard and love the blue, then look over at my mouse and say , "...I like the keyboard." I don't care what people think, a green mouse is tight as hell, and the price is right. I love money and some other certain green things, so this mouse fits in great! it feels great and comes with awesome software to use to adjust and config the fine details. Works excellent with fps games. highly recommended!
Summary: Bought this 4 the ole man to play tfc and hl2. ok he said to tell you it is ummmmm awesome. hes been playing too many yrs to count(ole fart that he is) lol and he says this is the best there is. (hes had em all lol)when he first got it , it took some getting use to as it is lighting fast, even the buttons are touchy, but it only took him 2 weeks to master it so hes past happy with it and still brags about owning it.
Summary: I bought one of these close to a year ago. And was blown away when upgrading from my Creative Fata1ity gaming mouse. However, about 3 months ago some clan mates of mine talked me into getting a Logitech G5. Well to say the least, the logitech went back into the box and back into my closet where it has sat for the past 2 and a half months. The sleek design and "Always on" technology far surpasses the G5 in all aspects.