Summary: First off, this mouse is sensitive. REALLY sensitive. if you're used to any kind of dpi under 2000, the limits on this mouse will take some getting used to. but if u need to have that high of a dpi, this is definitely the mouse for you. for the lower sensitivity people, this mouse is a bit difficult to get used to. its designed to be used at a high setting. while the dpi settings do go all the way to 100, it still feels faster than it should.
Summary: I've owned the Lachesis now for a month and although the initial experience was a bit bumpy, I think I'll stick with it. As a Mac user, gamer and mice enthusiast I've used countless products by Logitech, Apple and Genius. The past three mice I used were: Logitec MX 518, Apple Magic Mouse and Logitec VX Revolution. With that in mind, I bought the Lachesis (mostly for SC2) and after 2 days of use I went back to the VX Revolution, the Lachesis felt just too weird.
Summary: PROS: I've owned a Razer Copperhead for about 3 years now, and I haven't had any problems and I loved it so I decided to upgrade with a new Razer mouse, and after much debate settled on the Lachesis. First off, I love this mouse. Everything feels great about it ergonomically, if you've had a Razer before you can expect the feel of the buttons to be just as crisp if not better than your old gear.
Summary: The Lachesis arrived in a timely manner, as always with amazon items. I just want to state that I already own a few Razer products like the BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard (best keybord in the world) the n52te and the Mamba wireless/hybrid mouse. I bought this one to use with my new laptop so I don't have to keep disconnecting the Mamba from my PC.
Summary: It is a Great Mouse for gaming. Only couple minor thing I want to mention about it. 1. I personally prefer a wireless gaming mouse with the quality of Razr Lachesis. I have way too many wires around my computer. 2. I notice this mouse will probably work the best on a Razr mouse pad. Besides above 2 points, I am very happy about this mouse.
Great mouse, but did I receive the left handed one?
16 June 2012
Summary: Hey, this mouse is epic... the sensitivity can be adjusted by just pressing one of the two buttons bellow the scroll (one increases the sensitivity one lowers it :P). The driver needs to be downloaded online which allows you to change the colour of the pallet to any of your choice! the driver also allows you to edit the configurable buttons!
Summary: Lets talk about things i'd want to know before buying this. 1. It's big, like really big. I owned a copperhead before and this was the replacement for that. It took me a while to get used to the size but once I did I found it to be way better than the Copperhead for me. I have big hands though, which makes this perfect for my style. Those with small hands should probably avoid this and look to one of the alternatives out there. 2.
Summary: Though it has gotten mixed reviews, it is a great gaming mouse for me. Its elongated design has been criticised but that suits my style of play. If any gamers out there use a claw grip for gaming (where the mouse buttons are clicked by only the tip of the finger, rather then pressure being applied by your whole finger) then this mouse suits you. Though, the majority of PC gamers don't use the claw grip.
Summary: I am a serious online gamer and previously had the Razer Copperhead. I wish I had bought another Copperhead. This mouse keeps freezing in the middle of a game and there has been NO software updates to resolve this issue. The thumb buttons on the Lachesis are just too close to the left mouse click for my liking compared to the Copperhead. What I mean by this is they need to be lower down on the body of the mouse. Do yourself a favour and buy the Razer Copperhead ...
Probably the best ambidextrous mouse on the market
A. Mathias "DreadedX", Amazon
29 November 2011
Summary: I ended up buying the Lachesis only because the first mouse I bought (Gigabyte M8600 Gaming Mouse) decided it's scroll wheel would break after just two weeks. So far with the Lachesis everything feels fantastic. It's light weight slim design makes it a very easy grip and fits nicely in your palm. The features on this mouse are particularly key for me.