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Razer Orochi
7.3 out of 10

Razer Orochi

6400dpi 4G Laser Sensor Wired / Wireless Bluetooth Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

I love this thing

Lucas W., Newegg
20 October 2015
  • Summary: I loved my death adder. This is similar. It has great weight, but light button action.
  • Pros: Great weight. Simple enough. Wired or wireless
  • Cons: can't really think of any
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Overall 8
8.0

Great Mobile Mouse for Gaming!

RectifiedGTRz, Amazon
2 August 2015
  • Summary: I bought this to use with my Shield Pro Android TV for when I stream PC games that require a mouse. It works as it should, and I'm satisfied with the purchase. It's by far a much better mouse than a non-gaming Bluetooth mouse (I have a Logitech Bluetooth mouse that doesn't track well).
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Overall 8
8.0

Buy if you want a great compact USB mouse. Don't buy if you want a Bluetooth mouse.

Jin, Amazon
11 November 2014
  • Summary: I've been using this for about 5 months now and here are my thoughts: Pros: 1. Love the design and quality of the mouse. 2. Nice and compact. Great for those with small hands and like the finger grip style. 3. The included case is nice with a handy partition to separate the USB cable. 4.
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Overall 8
8.0

Best aftermarket mouse for MacBooks with Bootcamp

Ko, Amazon
30 October 2014
  • Summary: I use this mouse on my Macbook via Bluetooth (in both OSX & Windows8). Once I connected it via MAC side it automatically connects when I boot into Bootcamp as well. As for gaming its very precise and you can adjust the DPI on the fly(in Windows), used mainly in FPS or 3rd person role-playing.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nice mouse, just... to hungry for its size.

Enrique Duran Martinez, Amazon
24 July 2014
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

Buy stock in Duracell

caleb, Amazon
9 July 2014
  • Summary: Great mobile mouse, tracks well on any DPI sensitivity setting. Bought primarily to be used wireless with bluetooth. Despite it's fairly aggressive auto-sleep, it eats through batteries faster than anything else I own.
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Overall 8
8.0

Four Stars

Ben Myers, Amazon
5 July 2014
  • Summary: great mouse, just too small for my hand. its more for like a young teen. not man hands.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nice mouse, NO DONGLE!!!

Brian Lemieux, Amazon
2 July 2014
  • 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...
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Overall 8
8.0

Razer Mice are AWESOME

B. Smith, Amazon
30 June 2014
  • Summary: From the comfortable, soft-touch surface to the ideally placed side buttons, I love Razer mice. My favorite mouse ever is the Razer Mamba, but I wanted a bluetooth mouse for my laptop bag. The Orochi is great.
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Overall 8
8.0

A great, small mouse

Anonymous, Newegg
27 May 2014
  • Summary: I bought the original Orochi back in 2009 and wore it out. By the end, my scroll wheel was like rolling a dice everytime. Sometimes, I'd scroll down and it would go up, sometimes not, sometimes the opposite.
  • Pros: > Small, ambidextrous design > Can rebind all buttons > 4 side buttons, with on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment > 6400dpi, with 5 presets for on-the-fly switching > Wired or wireless makes it perfect for a laptop
  • Cons: > Mouse wheel wears out after repeated heavy use > Plastic cover can snap when taking it off to access batteries > Synapse software is one of my highest background processes in terms of used system resources > Synapse also requires an account with Razer
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