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: 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: the mouse is a great size, larger than most mobile mice, smaller than most desktop mice it maintains a reliable bluetooth connection IF the bluetooth version on your computer is v3 or v4 (not so good with bluetooth v2) i very much like the ability to run it with batteries OR a cable.
Summary: I got this mouse for my new notebook having previously used a wireless USB Logitech. Cabled, it works flawlessly. Using Bluetooth, it frequently loses signal making it unusable wireless which was kind of the point...Had I known, I would not have purchased.
Pros: Great Gaming Performance Feels solid in hand High Performance
Summary: For a small, comfortable gaming mouse it really isn't that bad. However, I think you're spending more money on a brand name than a quality product. It works, it's good enough that I didn't return it, but when it breaks I'll replace it with something else.
Pros: -Comfortable -Adjustable DPI -Corded and bluetooth options -Looks pretty cool
Cons: -Mandatory razer synapse software -Expensive -Difficult to unplug cable
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.
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.
Reliable wired performance / Interesting Bluetooth option
Kevin Barry, Amazon
20 June 2014
Summary: Let me start out by saying, as much as I like the Magic Mice we use at work- really the standard two button mouse will always be what I prefer- the Razer Orochi delivers as a tiny mouse that still fits very comfortably even in my huge hands!
Summary: Works well. Made of cheap(feels like) plastic. Wire is a bitch to unplug once its connected. Quality seems like it may not last as long one would expect from a Razer product. Battery life is crappy in comparison to other wireless mice.
Summary: While using the mouse it will occasionally shut off or lose connection. I'm not quite sure which one of these it is, but if you unsnap the back and then put it back on it will turn back on most of the time. It might just be loose batteries, not quite sure.