Summary: I bought the Razer Imperator back when I was relatively new to PC gaming. My friend who helped me get more into the scene was a fan of Razer's products, so I thought it'd be worth a shot to try one of their mouses for myself.
Summary: I really like the performance of these mice when they work. They just don't hold up for very long. I gave it three eggs because I when it does work, it works well.
Pros: Great looking, Sleek comfortable feel,
Cons: I have owned 4 of these mice and 3 of them have failed me a little over a year. I am currently working with Razer to replace mouse number 3. It seems they are just cheaply made and don't hold up to regular use.
Summary: TL;DR: Adjustable lift-off feature is a gimmick and causes tracking issues that must be corrected by manually "re-calibrating" your mouse (even when Auto is selected). Razer used to be great, but they became money hungry and focused on impressing with form over function (form is great, but not at...
Summary: software that comes with this is awesome and I like how I can adjust the thumb buttons or the LED light up on the wheel and palm. It lost two stars because it feels too light. I like a little resistance with my gaming mouse and this doesn't have it.
Summary: I will use this mouse as a back up and for my other PCs since I spent so much on it and can not find the receipt to return or exchange it it locally. I prefer large mice and this fit my hand very well but I can not get past the buttons being one piece rather than being individual.
Pros: Great mouse! I bought this as a replacement for my RAT 7 which I could never configure to be comfortable. I enjoy the adjustable side buttons and the mouse is light. This is my first 4G dual laser style mouse and it seems to work rather well on several types of surfaces. Comfortable and was notic...
Cons: Really light weight, maybe not a con but I prefer a mouse that is at least twice as heavy. So light I kind of question the build quality. The buttons work fine but the material this mouse is made out of is rather flimsy. I can't double click or continuously click like I was used to on my RAT and ...
Pros: Looks slick, feels like a solid build quality and operates wonderfully.
Cons: The LMB is already wearing out! I have to tap the clicker hard to make sure the signal is made... Second Razer mouse that has done this now, very dissapointed to have to say this because I have been a fan of their products in the past but I have to move on.
Summary: I probably got a bad batch. I am very well aware that duds happen. I will buy another one when I can afford it. The mouse is too great not to have one. I will also buy an extended warranty on it. I figure the mouse is completely worth replacing, even if I have to do so every 6 months.
Pros: This is, by far, the most comfortable mouse I have ever used. The shape fits so well with my hand that I cannot use other mice properly now. The side buttons are perfectly positioned, also. It has a beautiful blue glow that gives it a great look. The cord is very durable.
Cons: This mouse was too good to be true. After about 4-5 months the right mouse button and scroll wheel stopped working. Now after its 6th month, the left mouse button is starting to fail. I have programmed the side buttons to work as my left and right mouse buttons and the sensitivity adjuster button...
Summary: It's a good mouse BUT the cable was messed up, it kept connecting and dissconnecting from my computer. He did offer a refund, but i decided to keep it because i'm impatient and i did not want to wait for my money. lol Since then i bought another one (different seller) and the mouse is awesome!