Razer Boomer Speed 2100 Mouse ReviewFormer staff writer - January 29, 2004
The Software and drivers have been upgraded to 3.0.03 but really aren't any differences from the 2.0.12 that came with the BoomSlang.
If you look closely, the PS2 Flex tab is still there, but it has been disabled.
Despite the setbacks and problems that Razer has had, they have still managed to come out with one hell of a mouse. Having the fastest, most responsive mouse on the market will surely help you out in any BattleField or CS tournament. For those of you who don't want a ball mouse, you might want to take a look at the newest mouse that Razer has just announced, the Razer Viper 1000. A 1000 dpi optical mouse. It'll be out in March and of course we will be bring that review to you next month.
- 7 foot cord
- Configurable buttons
- Large buttons
- Uncomfortable at first
- USB only
- Still a corded mouse, when cordless are raising in popularity
- Ball mouse has moving parts that will wear out faster than optical mouse
- Ball mice must be cleaned regularly