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'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 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
Summary: Razer Orochi Wireless capability that requires me to buy a seperate USB bluetooth adaptor - Wrongly I assumed since the logitech one I compared it against when I bought it included one, I assumed wrongly the razer orochi would too.
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.
Summary: First, the pros: It's a great size for mobile use, has a nice amount of programmable buttons, and is comfortable in my hand. Cons: - The "optional" USB cable is very short, forcing me to plug it in to the same side that I use it on. This gets in the way. - BATTERY LIFE.
Summary: For the price I paid for this... I should have just bought a logitech m510 for half the price and none of the hassle. Eats batteries. 2 AA a week minimum. Frequent disconnects. I thought setting the usb power options to not allow this device to be powered off would solve the issue.
Summary: For the above average price of this mouse I expected the best and I was disappointed.
Pros: Shape of the mouse is nice and the responsiveness is good.
Cons: The stickers on the bottom start to peel off and the mouse gets caught on not so smooth surfaces. I find myself constantly pushing the stickers back on and finding ways to make them stick. Ruins the whole mouse. Wish they weren't cheap stickers. Battery life is short and the construction feels ch...
Pros: the right click is way too sensitive, not good for playing FPS games such as CF, green light is hard to match w/ the keyboards and towers, the worst thing abt this mouse is that, it is way too small, I played CF using the orochi for half an hour and my hand gets really sore
Cons: The software is very buggy and will not always connect with the mouse upon opening the lid to you laptop. The Mouse is very small and low so unless your a kid or have freaky small hands then its not the best. I thought at this price point it would be a great mouse, I was wrong. I have sent it in ...