Niche mouse: opinion would suffer outside its niche, ideal for what it's designed for
20 November 2014
Summary: After 3 months' use, I can say this mouse is exactly what I bought it to be. I have a gaming laptop. Sometimes I travel with that laptop. I wanted a travel mouse that would still allow for as much gaming as my laptop can keep up with. Minus tons of extra buttons for MMOs, this is precisely that, excellent at that, and good to mediocre as anything else. As a gaming mouse for MMOs, it's lacking in buttons. I have MMO-specific mice at home.
Summary: A great mobile mouse with green accents and lighting. It also works with Razer Synapse 2.0 so you can configure settings for the mouse. It is a mobile mouse though so it is a little smaller than a regular mouse but it is very portable. It also came with a small razer travel bag which is also a plus.
Summary: I love this mouse. It's small enough to be portable, but big enough to not feel uncomfortable. So, it's certainly not the smallest mouse you could get. It's great as a portable gaming mouse even though I use it for everything (because it's just big enough to not be uncomfortable ... especially after long hours of use). The Synapse software that Razer integrates all of it's products with, gives you an incredible amount of control on this device.
Summary: Its small, its portable, and oh yeah, its wireless AND corded. About the only issue i foresee with this mouse is that the batteries themselves are not rechargable. which can could swing both ways in terms of nice and a pain.
Summary: Great mouse. It has great build-quality, a detachable wired-mouse connector, takes AA batteries. Just very nice. However, one gripe I've had is that even though I believe I have the most current firmware for the device, when I change what the right-side buttons do they continue to modify sensitivity. I would prefer they do nothing in case I accidentally click them, but they continue to adjust sensitivity. I don't know. I guess I'll live with it.
Summary: For the last 6 months or so I've been on a holy crusade to find the perfect mouse to fit my unique fingertip grip style of play. After going through 7 mice, I knew immediately this was the one as soon as I laid my hand's on it. My first impression was how similar it felt to my old Logitech GX9 (which sadly isn't made any more and goes for $100+ on ebay now). This mouse is about as long as a credit card, and isn't too heavy or too light.