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
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
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.