Summary: I actually decided on this mouse to replace my old first generation Deathadder. I actually was disappointed to find that it did not really conform to my hand very well. As some others have complained, if you are loyal to a Deathadder you might not like this mouse. I found the pinky indent to be somewhat uncomfortable for me (because of the positioning compared against my hand) and the thumb indent was too small for my thumb as well.
Summary: This is my first "gaming mouse" so I can't really compare it to others. I will say that it is comfortable and tracks well. The software is a bit wonky and doesn't switch profiles on programs as simply as you think it should. I've had to reset profiles a couple times to get it working correctly again, so not sure what causes that. Was an open box buy from Amazon Warehouse Deals and was in great condition.
J. Pechter "I have been converted to digital ..., Amazon
30 July 2013
Summary: Love this mouse. It is comfortable, fast, and holds up well. But I wonder why it has a separate program in my system tray than the Synapse Configurator that all my other Razer accessories use. Really wish they would fold that driver into the main program.
Summary: Well I have to say this mouse is great considering all the features it has. 6400 dpi maximum output, optical and laser sensors, nice lit up scroll-wheel which has a solid feeling to it, and the button for switching between sensitivity gives you 5 different dpi settings which is awesome (especially if you're playing a game such as Battlefield 3 where if you switch from playing on foot to going in a tank, the in-game sensitivity changes).
Summary: I've found this mouse to be incredible for all types of gaming functions. the High DPI allows a better usage of raw imput from the mouse, and the adjustable macro positions are very comfortable. The only downside is that the DPI adjusting buttons are a bit awkward to reach; use your index finger to adjust. Overall, I would reccomend this product to any gamer who wants quality equipment, and a livable price.
Summary: I bought this product to replace my tired Logitech MX518. The first one I received was apparently defective as the scroll wheel squeaked after roughly 2 weeks of use. Yes my mouse was squeaking. The replacement I received from Razer (and I would sincerely like to thank Razer for being the best company to ever have to deal with concerning an RMA) has been fine since and has about 2 million clicks on it so far.
Summary: Everything works fine except they are still having drivers issues with 4g feature. First mouse I got razer emailed me and told me it was defected. Recently just got a new one from this company and it seems a little better but it still gets screen lag with 4g turned on. Without 4g it works wonderful and I love the shape.