Summary: This mouse beats the crap out of your standard use mouse in every way as well. While most mice have an 8-bit data path, this one uses a monstrous 16-bit wide data path. Faster response and input means you have the upper hand when bagging monsters, zombies, or a soldier on the battlefield. Couple that with Razer’s Hyperesponse buttons and their Razer Precision 3G infrared sensor, and this mouse decimates all but the best.
Summary: The Razer Salmosa packs a great Razer sensor and also has the look and feel you expect from a gaming device. With a well balanced size and great build quality the Salmosa makes a good impression at first and during use. Being priced lower than other Razer mouse may make it more appealing to budget gamers looking for great technology in a mouse or someone wanting a secondary Razer gaming mouse, in case his primary breaks down on the road.
Pros: Well constructed, Light weight, Good size, Affordable, Switch for 800 or 1800 DPI, Switch for polling rates between 125, 500 or 1000 Hz, Hardware DPI switch, software independent, Simple but effective software, Smooth movement, Very good pressure point on mouse buttons
Cons: May be too light for some, "Only" 1800 DPI sensor, Lacks a lot of features found on other mice in this price class, No lighting, No additional buttons, Swtiches located on the bottom