Summary: The Razer Orochi has sharp performance, and the x and y adjustability for the DPI is great. I play Starcraft II on my laptop, so I thought a mobile mouse would be nice. Indeed, it does work on really any surface, glides well across my mouse pad, and the feel of the buttons is crisp. I do have a complaint though. The shape of the mouse is odd.
Summary: I bought this mouse because it was 7 buttons, I liked the look/design, and thought its size was appropriate. Boy, was I wrong. It looks okay, and it feels okay... but it's not ergonomic at all for long uses if you intend on using the side buttons. They are EXTREMELY oddly placed, and require you to take awkward angles to hit them.
Summary: This mouse is great at first but DO NOT UPDATE THE FIRMWARE FROM RAZER! Does not work at all, I mainly use it for gaming. But for some reason after I tried updating the firmware thru razer it wasn't as smooth as it was before I updated it. A couple hours of gaming, it would lag or don't respond at all.. The size is great for people with small hands. I don't even use the bluetooth feature cause when it sleeps forget it, best to use with the cord.
Summary: For beginner i really don't notice the 3 sec thing people are talking about. i think its fine. But i think over all the product coulda been better for 65 bucks. The mouse itself is nice looking but the button on the side is kinda hard to press mostly if your a gamer. And the battery shoulda been rechargeable if we're spending this kinda money on a single mouse.
Summary: Easily one of the best mice I've ever owned but with a couple of very glaring issues. First the good: - The feel is wonderful. (NOTE: I have a "fintertip" style of mousing) - The build quality so far is great - The level of customization is good - There is no noticable lag until you let the mouse "sleep" while in wireless mode. Now the drawbacks: 1) In wireless mode, the mouse puts itself to "sleep" way too quickly.
Summary: After purchasing a left-handed deathadder, I had been quite impressed with Razer's products overall. After purchasing a 46'' HDTV and deciding I would be doing a lot of computing from a couch, I wanted a fool proof wifi setup, I found a Logitech K800 Wireless keyboard which has been fantastic. Then I came across the Orochi, at first it seemed ideal being ambidextrous and having such a great wireless range due to using bluetooth.
Overall okay, but has problems that you shouldn't overlook
30 August 2010
Summary: This is my second Razer mouse, first was the ProClick, the middle scrolling button stopped working after some time and I finally decided to replace it. The Orochi comes with wired and wireless (bluetooth) which is great. Love the idea of being able to use it with a wire if I run out of battery. The software isn't the best for customization of the buttons and the mouse can be a little to small (I do have large hands).
Summary: This mouse is good for daily use (in both wired and wireless mode), but isn't a good choice for computer gamers. Mouse has two real issues that disqualifies it from using by gamer: 1. In wireless mode mouse goes to standby mode after 3 seconds of inactivity, and when mouse is moved again there's a noticeable lag (the good thing is that it looks like mouse caches moves and bursts them after short delay, so move is performed anyways, but with lag), that's why Orochi is not...