Summary: Ignore the bad reviews, if you're a lefty this is a must buy. At £100+ is does sound like alot, but I've gone through around 20 mice in the last 5 years alone each at £25 each or there abouts all small, fragile things. The Ouroboros is everything but.
Well engineered and responsive with a power related problem.
23 April 2015
Summary: This mouse has advantages and drawbacks which should be considered before purchase. I've found the wireless functionality to be responsive and the adjustment to sensitivity useful. The unit is also well engineered and appears quite durable.
I would like to start off with thanking you for selling this ...
1 March 2015
Summary: I would like to start off with thanking you for selling this product to me which makes a huge difference to using a regular mouse. I would also like to say that this product has completely changed the way I play by myself and with my friends giving me the advantage of customisable features and an...
Lovely looks but a badly flawed hardware/software combination.
R. Little, Amazon
25 January 2015
Summary: I really wanted to like this mouse. It has great style, is solidly built and initial presentation is great. Unfortunately no matter how much time I spent adjusting settings, and trying different mouse mats (including two of Razer's own gaming mats) the mouse remained unreliable in use.
Summary: The mouse looks good, it comes in a nice case and the features it states all sound fantastic. Then you start using it. Many times I've started my computer and the sensitivity is all messed up.
Cool but expensive. Less than impressive battery but great customisation options.
E. Verity, Amazon
2 January 2015
Summary: Definitely one of the best looking mice in existence, but is it the best overall? I used a logitech MX revolution for years, regarding it as the best mouse out there for my needs, but it finally died on me. I replaced it with a cheap wireless thing that did the job, but had many annoyances.
Summary: After owning this mouse for about 8 months, I'm not very impressed. The wireless connection to the dongle is ropey at best; making the mouse hop about the screen.. so wired is the only way to go.