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Razer Orochi, Naga & Imperator Review

gotdamojo06    -   April 22, 2010
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When you open up the packaging for the Razer Naga, you will find a black package that has the Razer logo printed on top. Inside of the black package is where you are going to find all the documentation you may ever need to know about the Razer Imperator, including a certificate of authenticity, user manual, and a product catalog. Razer has also included a cardboard coaster that you can use while you are gaming to show your support for your mouse, along with a pair of stickers that you can place on your case or any other surface.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Imperator mouse has your typical ergonomic design, giving you a recessed thumb section for thumb support while you have your hand resting on the mouse with two buttons next to your thumb. You will also find a recessed area on the oposite side for your ring and pinky fingers to add more hand support. You will find a total of seven buttons located on the Imperator that can all be programmed using the Razer software. By default, you will have the on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment buttons on the top of the mouse, and your forward and backward buttons in the thumb groove.

 

 

 

The two side buttons have a nice feature that I have not seen before - you can adjust the placement of them into three pre-set positions, front, middle, and back. This is going to allow you to place the buttons where your thumb naturally sits on the mouse because we all know everyone has a different sized hand and places their hands on the mice differently. The top of the mouse contains two more buttons, set up as your on-the-fly DPI setting adjustment buttons. The scroll wheel is exactly the same as the other two mice, featuring the notched, rubber padding to allow your finger to grab on and easily spin the wheel. The bottom of the mouse contains the 3.5G laser sensor, as well as the Profile switching button and the switch that will adjust the placement of your side buttons.

 

 

 

Now that we know what the mice look like, it's time to take a look at the software that will allow you to use the mice to their fullest.




  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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