Excerpt: The TRON: Legacy Mouse from Razer is inspired by the movie and it seems to have done the original and the sequel justice. If you're a true fan you'll immediately spot the details of the finger-scroll being similar to the lightcycle's wheel. Looking at connectivity, it's 100% reliable since it's a wired mouse. This is a con in my book since we are living in a wireless age and I am a laptop user, there was too much cord cluttering up my desk.
Conclusion: While the mouse did look a little small the first time I held it, a far cry from the Mamba or the Lachesis for instance, it quickly became very comfortable in my hands. The mouse mat on the other hand comes to a comfy 290x207x3mm which is good enough for normal usage as well as just about big enough for some proper gaming sessions.
Summary: We admire Razer for the lengths it's gone to in making this more than just a cash in, it's a proper tribute. Unless you're in it for the prettiness though, we'd recommend another mouse for serious gamers.
Pros: Mouse mat trails are ingenious, Still manages to include all the Razer mouse config trimmings despite being a movie tie-in
Cons: Annoying sound every time you start up or plug the mouse in can't be turned off, Floaty feel, isn't as accurate as other gaming mice
Excerpt: Razer abbandona per un attimo il consueto design ispirato ai serpenti per dedicare una linea di prodotti (mouse, mat e tastiera) ai fan del film Disney Tron. La sfida non era semplice, poiché bisognava affiancare la qualità Razer a dei prodotti prettamente commerciali che potessero consentire di immergersi nella stessa fredda ma vivace atmosfera digitale del film. Allo stesso tempo il prodotto doveva affascinare chi Tron non sa nemmeno cosa sia. Com’è andata?