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. Though i had to add, the first time i tried removing the USB cable from the mouse, it was quite a task. Beware when doing this, it can take time and patience.
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 insane! It requires 2 AA batteries, and they last about a week for me. Yes, 1 week per set (with lights off or on, does not seem to mater much).
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. The one thing keeping it from getting a perfect score is that it won't charge batteries when using the USB cable.
Summary: I love razer products. I own a headset and two of their PCs. I ordered this mouse expecting the same high quality products that they make in other categories. As a travel mouse it's great. Comfort level for day to day, it sucks. Pros: Good battery life, for a gaming mouse. Bluetooth works fine. DPI switching (if you like that) Very portable Cons: Too small to be comfortable Right Side DPI buttons hurt my hand. They have sharp corners that poke at my hand.
Works with 2013 Apple Macbook Air 13" & Windows Gaming PC
24 October 2013
Summary: Pros: - Bluetooth connectivity (Doesn't need to utilize a USB port) - Wired connectivity (Utilizes USB, but doesn't require batteries & increases DPI) -Works perfectly on both Apple & Windows based operating systems -Takes only minutes to install (hint: hold all four buttons down to sync for wireless) - Portability (Comes with travel pouch) Cons: - Might be too small for larger hands (Comfortable for short period, but not a great fit.
the only ambidextrous multibutton mouse for small hands
Tea Convert, Amazon
5 June 2013
Summary: As a small-handed woman I love this mouse. The bluetooth is a bit finicky, but the ergonomics of the device make up for it. I am right-handed but usually mouse left-handed unless I'm gaming due to rsi. The mouse easily switches from left to right hand use, is highly customizable, very fast, and also will fit in a pocket if you're running out the door on short notice. I wish more companies would make this kind of device. Not all gamers are right-handed.
Summary: Nice construction, works well. Not sure it's that much better than other less expensive mice. Ability to use battery and Bluetooth or usb cable is nice. Driver issue where it won't remember settings for buttons 8 and 9 is irritating. I am satisfied and use it every day.
Summary: I can highly recommend the mouse, it's comfortable to hold, adjustable DPI allows you to get the perfect amount of accuracy and reaction from the mouse depending on what you are doing. I have average to hard size hands and the mouse is perfectly comfortable to use for long periods of time. I came from my Lenovo Bluetooth laser mouse, which was a great mouse for everyday use, batteries would last 3-5 months at a time.