Excerpt: Razer has announced the imminent release of yet another gaming mouse, the all-new Razer Orochi. While new gaming mice ceased to be “news” a long time ago, this one is a little different, in a way that makes it very, very interesting. There are no surprises regarding the 4,000dpi sensor or the ambidextrous design, they are pretty much universal to Razer’s current gaming line. What makes the Orochi stand out is that it offers dual-mode [...
Summary: This mouse is a comfy and worthy addition to any notebook or desktop gaming set-up. It’s a good all-round mouse, and is available for $79.99 from Razer direct: http://www.razerzone.com/razer-orochi
Razer Orochi Bluetooth Gaming Mouse Review: Close to Perfect
16 May 2011
Excerpt: For gaming on the go, the Razer Orochi Bluetooth laser mouse is as good as it gets ($79.99). If you are not a gamer, you will still love the size, weight and functionality for use as an every day mobile mouse. For gaming or just general use, the size and weight of a mouse is important. Too small and your hands are uncomfortable. Too large and it is hard to carry around in your computer bag. Too heavy or light and it is hard to get precise movement.
Pros: Perfect size/weight, Feels good in the hand, Looks cool, Consistent Bluetooth connectivity, Feature rich driver software for both Mac and Windows, Fits both left and right-handed people, Long battery life, Clicking scroll wheel is just the right tension for both gaming and office scrolling, Accurate mousing
Cons: Collects dust and dirt in the many crevices worse than most mice
Conclusion: Razer has always been ahead of the curve in terms of technological innovation, creating different types of enthusiast mice suitable for different audiences. In the similar way the Razer Naga targets MMORPG players, the Razer Orochi targets gamers with a laptop as their primary system. By design, the Orochi doesn't seem to make the best mouse for desktops. The super short USB cable makes wired gaming uncomfortable.
Pros: Extremely comfortable, even for long hours of gaming, As customizable as any full-sized mouse, Very little sacrifice to go from wired to wireless mode, 9 Programmable buttons, Real on-the-fly DPI adjustments, For left or right-handed use, Long battery life, Small and portable, Macro and profile system, Comes with travel pouch and batteries
Cons: No Bluetooth no wireless mode, No configuration in wireless mode (sensitivity buttons still work), Teflon feet seems to wear out extremely fast, 8ms response time in wireless mode isn't the best, Difficult to clean, Lag when waking up from sleep and starting configurator software
Razer Orochi Black Chrome Elite Bluetooth Gaming Mouse
28 July 2010
Summary: The new Razer Orochi Black Chrome mobile gaming mouse could be just what the doctor prescribed if you looking for something small, faster and awesome looking. This little beast packs as much tech as many of the larger mice on the market. The 2000 DPI in wireless mode did pretty well for everyday activities and when it came down to gaming we had no issues whatsoever. I know many will start screaming lag, lag, lag, honestly we didn’t see it.
Summary: It's a tough ask, but Razer's Orochi mostly succeeds at infusing gaming quality into a portable mouse. If you're an on-the-road gamer, we'd recommend making the space for a full-sized mouse. If you need the space, though, and want good wireless performance, give this one a look-in.
Pros: Portable size, Good wired performance, Bluetooth performance good for application use, Ambidextrous, Highly customisable
Cons: Bluetooth adds perceptible lag during gameplay, Driver control panel not usable in Bluetooth mode, Small size could mean discomfort during long play sessions, Macro support limited to 16 entries
Conclusion: Razer Orochi delivers a gaming grade quality mouse despite of its compact size. It supports both wired and wireless but if you really are serious in gaming, always use Razer Orochi in wired mode when you game.
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Conclusion: Razer kendes for at være en førende producent inden for high performance gamer udstyr på markedet og de har utrolig mange års erfaring på området. Det hele startede med en enkelt mus, hvor Razer i dag har et utrolig bredt sortiment af forskelligt gamer udstyr så hvilken som helst person kan blive tilfredsstillet på en eller anden måde.
Test: Razer Orochi – Bluetooth Lasermouse für Gamer
20 March 2011
Excerpt: Der Kauf einer Maus für den Computer gestaltete sich vor 10 Jahren für mich sehreinfach: Mit oder ohne Kabel? Grau oder Grauweiss? Mit oder ohne Mausrad? Im Vergleich zur gigantischen Auswahl heute, war die Kaufentscheidung eine Frage von wenigen Sekunden. Heute hingegen benötigt man vermutlich mindestens genau so lange um überhaupt herauszufinden, wie viele Hersteller es überhaupt gibt.