Summary: I have had this mouse now for about a year and a half and it has been nothing but perfect the whole time. The feel, the precision, the buttons...everything is great. The scroll wheel is the best I've ever used, the software for customization/tweaking is great, the size of the mouse is perfect (for my hand). I cannot say enough good things about this mouse. It was the best $40 I ever spent.
Summary: I've had this mouse for about 6 months now, and I couldn't be more pleased with my purchase. I bought it in combination with a Razer Goliathus "Speed" edition mouse pad, and they work great together. I mostly play first person shooters on the computer. I wanted a mouse that was simple and comfortable. I was upgrading from a Logitech MX300, so I also wanted something similar in shape to that; I didn't want to have to get used to it too much.
Summary: I am always leery of "gaming" products. In most cases they're overpriced identical versions of normal products. For years I'd been using the same Microsoft laser mouse and never thought twice about it. Someone that I actually trusted suggested to me that a lot of my aiming problem in TF2 might be my mouse since I was having to run at 15.6 mouse sensitivity (extremely high) just to be able to look around in any kind of a timely manner.
Summary: Light, small, agile. Perfect for RTS gaming. Has a nice feel. The driver's control panel is a little gaudy though. Good value for a good, no frills (okay, maybe a few frills) mouse. It's got a sort of micro-texture to it that gives your hand a really solid grip on it, no matter how you hold your mouse. Feels good in my hand. Buttons are large and good for spamming or controlled clicks. Mouse wheel feels just right too.
Summary: The mouse worked right off, no problems. A majority of the documentation that came with it was in korean, but no one needs to be told how to use a mouse these days if you're buying a 30 something dollar gaming mouse. It moves smoothly, and with the changable options on the bottom it can be adjusted to a faster or slower cursor speed easily.
Summary: I like a light mouse, I was looking for some kind of laptop/gaming mouse. I had a G9 last, which broke, and I like this one a lot better. I owner a Reaper which was too light; pressing the left key would move the mouse (It would slip underneath, before the key registered). This one almost does that, but not quite (if you have a meat fist, and/or are sloppy, it probably will). It's about as light as you can make it without it being too slippery.
Summary: Razer Salmosa 1800dpi Infrared Gaming Mouse First off, Razer mice has been growing in popularity among gamers because of their solid products and strong reputation. They offer various gaming mice and peripherals to suit the needs of casual gamers to more experienced or expert gamers. Previously I used a logitech wheelman mouse (ballmouse) until it broke and have gone through a few other mice before landing on the Salmosa. Some include Logitech g5, and razer Deathadder.
Summary: I own a Razer Deathadder, and absoulutely love it! I bought the Salmosa for my Dad because he was having a hard time in CSS with his wireless notebook mouse. He likes the mouse very much! He is a lot more accurate now! As always Razer has the nicest finish and smoothest most crisp clicking buttons out of any mouse ever! Easy to use drivers... If you want a basic ambidextrious gaming mouse without all the flashy lights, this is for you!