Summary: I have spent a fortune on Razer mice. Seriously I have pretty much every mouse they make. I am a lefty so the 'ambidextrous' ones are what I use. My experience has been, these are the most comfortable devices I have ever used. The Orochi in particular is a perfect fit for my small hands.
Summary: I have used this mouse for two or so years and I regret my purchase. The negatives of this mouse are numerous: - Battery hungry in wireless mode - To heavy for FPS gameplay with batteries inside - Too imprecise for FPS gameplay when in wireless mode (due to input delay) - Uncomfortable for prolonged...
Razer made some good calls and bad calls with this one
Jonathan Gaskell, Amazon
11 July 2015
Summary: Razer made some good calls and bad calls with this one. I almost never use the bluetooth functionality on this mouse. It is always plugged in. Why? This mouse chews up batteries with regular use. I have a logitech bluetooth mouse that I occasionally forget needs batteries because they last so long.
Summary: I'll start by saying that I really, really, really want to love this mouse. The form factor is perfect for me, it feels good in the hand, it is visually nice and minimalistic, and when it works it works well.
Summary: I don't use the wireless so I don't know any issues on that.
Pros: USB cord is short, good for me when using laptop. Mouse actually feels good to use. I have small hands. My palm rests on the mouse mat and stays in one place, while my mouse (set to 3500dpi sensitivity) and middle notch sensitivity in Windows Mouse Options, takes little movement to move the cursor.
Cons: Not a con for me, but it's a mini gaming mouse. It's mini, but I actually ended up liking it. The side buttons feels odd when pressed, and makes a hard click sound.
Summary: A portable mouse that can be wired and wireless, has adjustable on the fly DPI and has a cool green glowing wheel? Sounds good on paper but in reality its just OK. The mouse has a couple flaws that keep it from being a good mouse: 1.
Summary: Best mouse so far for me. Only used in wired mode but loving the texture and size of it. I like small mouses and this size is perfect. I'm using it at work and most likely will buy one for home too where I have a Razer Abyssus.
Summary: I used the original model Orochi for nearly 3 years as my desktop mouse with no issues, I finally decided it was a little too beat up and "upgraded" to this. For comparison the old Orochi gets about 5x better battery life, and tracks flawlessly in nearly any environment.
Pros: - Great sensor - Great form factor - Feels amazing
Cons: - ~15 hours of battery life with rechargeable AAs - Poor range with even minor obstructions - Razer software is terrible