Summary: The problems we had with this mouse were minute. We personally loved this mouse as a mobile mouse. It fit well in the hand and performed well in games as well as the Office products. Once the batteries were added to the mix, the weight made it comfortable and helped the mouse to flow. Remember though when switching from battery to USB to switch off the battery option on the bottom of the mouse. Razer's first mobile mouse gets an A in our book.
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
Razer Orochi Black Chrome Elite Bluetooth Gaming Mouse
13 February 2011
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.
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.
Conclusion: Mice and pads aren’t like GPU’s and CPU’s in that you can’t bench them and put up a bunch of charts and say this product is better than that product. The evaluation of a mouse and pad is subjective and highly prone to personal preference. However in this case we actually took a mobile mouse and pad, the Orochi and Kabuto combination on the road and the public response was so positive that we can easily say that in the category of Mobile mice, across a wide variety of...
Excerpt: When you decide to purchase a computer there are two main choices that have to be made. Do you go for a Desktop system which has the benefit of being hugely powerful for your money and upgradable, but a bit of a non-transportable monolith. Or do you go the compact and bijou route of a laptop which looks great in the local coffee shop, is useable on the train, but hideously expensive for the amount of power you get.
Summary: Vi er nu færdige med testen af Razer Orochi, som er en mus til gameren på farten. Mobilitet er i fokus, og det gælder såvel vægten som den fysiske størrelse samt det faktum, at kablet kan tages af eller sættes på efter behov. Det fungerer rigtig godt, og Orochi er nem og god at bruge, uanset om man bruger trådløs eller kablet forbindelse.
Pros: God lasernøjagtighed, Passer både til højre- og venstrehåndede, Holder forbindelsen rigtig godt, Nem opsætning, Råt udseende, Lækker sleeving, Medfølgende transporttaske i neopren