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Razer Orochi, Naga & Imperator Review

gotdamojo06    -   April 22, 2010
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Closer Look:

Opening up the packaging for the Razer Orochi, you will find a black accessory box in the back with the Razer logo printed on it along with the slogan "for gamers by gamers".  Inside of the package you will find the USB cable that you can use on the Orochi mouse for wired use, which also doubles as a charger. You will also find a carrying pouch that will hold the USB cable and the mouse to not only protect them, but keep them together so you do not lose one of them while you are traveling. There is also a user guide included with the mouse so that you will be able to refer to it if you need to know how to connect your mouse to your notebook/netbook or look up any other information about the mouse itself. Razer has also included a sticker that you can place on your laptop, if you choose to.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you pull the mouse out of the packaging, you will notice that it has a compact design that will allow it to easily fit inside of your laptop bag. While it is quite compact in design, it will fit nice and easily in your hand and offer you support for all your fingers. The front of the mouse has a futuristic look to it when the USB cable is not plugged into the mouse, giving it a very unique look compared to other mice out on the market.

 

 

 

There is a scroll wheel located on the mouse in the usual place, which features a rubber strip with grooves that will allow your finger to grip on and easily scroll down on your web pages or your weapons list in a game. On either side of the mouse you will find two buttons placed at the top of the thumb groove that can be programed to whatever you need them to do. By default, the ones on the left of the mouse are the forward and backward buttons for internet browsers and the right two are for on-the-fly DPI adjustments. If you flip the mouse over, you'll find the 3G laser sensor with the power on/off switch for when wireless mode is active. In addition, you'll notice the Ultraslick Teflon feet that Razer has placed on the bottom of the mouse to allow it to move around easily on all sorts of surfaces.

 

Now that we know what the Razer Orochi mouse looks like, it is time to move on to the Naga.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look: Orochi
  3. Closer Look: Naga
  4. Closer Look: Imperator
  5. Configuration: Orochi
  6. Configuration: Naga
  7. Configuration: Imperator
  8. Specifications & Features
  9. Testing
  10. Conclusion
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