Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Razer made a very smart move with their new dual 4G sensor system by releasing the tech on two existing and very popular models instead of releasing a completely new mouse.
Razer Imperator 2012 Expert Dual Sensor Gaming Mouse Review
22 August 2011
Conclusion: Final ThoughtsWhile this mouse isn’t quite perfect, as it is slightly let down by the software, we are really struggling to find many faults with it. If the software didn’t think it needed to read in all 7 profiles and then save all 7 profiles to the mouse every time you save your settings – or if...
Excerpt: The new Razer Imperator 4G is an ergonomic gaming mouse that features a ridiculously precise 4G Dual Sensor System that makes use of both a laser and optical sensor to enhance tracking precision.
Conclusion: If you're as infuriated by poorly placed thumb buttons as we are then the Imperator is a breath of fresh air. There's plenty of software-based configuration too. The only significant bone of contention is that other good mice, such as the Mionix Naos 3200 and CM Storm Inferno, cost around £10 less...
Conclusion: Throughout my usage of the Imperator, my hand has not once cramped up, hurt or even twitched. As I said earlier, this mouse felt like it was specifically engineered to fit my hand. This is pretty significant to me because of how small my hands are.
Conclusion: There’s a hell of a lot to like about the Imperator and it’s swiftly become one of our favourite gaming mice. The comfortable and customisable grip will suit most right-handed gamers, with the adjustable side buttons particularly welcome.
Conclusion: This mouse have proven to be a great contender to several high end mice on the market. It feels very well even in my hand and the movable thumb buttons will for sure attract more users as they feel more comfortable with the mouse.
Conclusion: The Software There isn’t really much to say about the drivers, they just work. One major thing that they’re missing is an explanation of features. I’d like to be able to hover over something like the “Enable Acceleration” and be told what that actually means; Instead of having to scan through the...