Razer Diamondback 3G Gaming Mouse ReviewMakaveli - October 11, 2007
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The Razer Diamondback 3G gaming mouse really seemed slender to me, especially the underside of the mouse. It’s got the standard Razer logo printed on the top of it and on the underside you can see the feet that help it glide on surfaces. The sides of the mouse have gripping railings on them and either side also has two customizable buttons. The mouse houses a total of seven buttons, so you’ll be able to customize it quite a bit.
Initially, I felt like the hump in the mouse was too big. However, it is smaller than the DeathAdder’s hump.
The mouse is plug-and-play via a gold-plated USB cable. Included with the mouse is a certificate of authenticity, quick start guide, and master guide. The master guide is where you’ll find the software installation CD.
To correctly install the Razer Diamondback 3G gaming mouse, plug in the mouse to an open USB port and insert the software CD. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. While the mouse is installed you’ll notice that the scroll wheel is lit up all the time; exactly like most other Razer mice. The side rails also have a glow to them, but it’s faint. In most Razer products, the logo flashes slowly, but in this mouse the logo doesn’t glow at all.
Now that the mouse is installed, let’s examine the software used to configure the mouse.