Summary: A great mobile mouse with green accents and lighting. It also works with Razer Synapse 2.0 so you can configure settings for the mouse. It is a mobile mouse though so it is a little smaller than a regular mouse but it is very portable. It also came with a small razer travel bag which is also a plus.
Summary: Owned the first Orochi for about 2 1/2 years now and I absolutely love it. Perfect size, decent on batteries (I game quite a bit), and great feel in the hand. Just ordered this one earlier this month to compliment my new Razer Blade and I found that I can't use rechargeable batteries in it. They cause my pointer to jump all over the screen almost to the point where I almost sent it back.
Summary: Good mouse, i loved the weight in it. I guess like other people has stated, the way it consumes battery is insane. I have relied to just plug it in to the laptop and just when i need mobility i use the batteries. Though i had to add, the first time i tried removing the USB cable from the mouse, it was quite a task. Beware when doing this, it can take time and patience.
I wanted to like this mouse, but I just can't recommend it to anyone. THE CURSOR JUMPS ALL OVER THE SCREEN.
12 July 2014
Summary: So I purchased a MacBook Pro, and wanted a portable bluetooth mouse for it. I plunked down the $60+ for it and waited. Amazon true to form delivered within two days and the mouse was unpacked. Loaded with batteries and paired to the laptop fairly quickly. Then I started using it. It was comfortable enough, small enough, and responsive enough. I have zero complaints about it when it works.
Summary: I wanted a small portable gaming mouse for my MSI GS60, which I use for work, programming and gaming. I was interested in a wireless mouse, but did not want to be stuck in a situation in which the batteries ran out and I could no longer use it. The dual wired/wireless modes of the Orochi seemed perfect for my situation, so I bought it. Pros: - Very good size for my hands (17cm, from tip of the middle finger to base of palm), with a fingertip type grip.
Summary: I love this mouse. It's small enough to be portable, but big enough to not feel uncomfortable. So, it's certainly not the smallest mouse you could get. It's great as a portable gaming mouse even though I use it for everything (because it's just big enough to not be uncomfortable ... especially after long hours of use). The Synapse software that Razer integrates all of it's products with, gives you an incredible amount of control on this device.
Summary: It would be awesome if only there was a way to disable the power saving feature in bluetooth mode. Also, the acceleration doesn't correlate from bluetooth mode vs. wired mode. While in bluetooth it is on a much greater scale of acceleration then while in wired mode.
Summary: I love the mouse so far. I have always been a fan of Razer mice. The thing that drew my eye to this one was the fact that it could be plugged in via USB (use that when I need it for Photoshop), can have a pooling rate of 1000ms (needs to be plugged in), does NOT need a dongle, and the sensitivity is insane! It requires 2 AA batteries, and they last about a week for me. Yes, 1 week per set (with lights off or on, does not seem to mater much).