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Razer Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition)

B&H # RAO2013 MFR # RZ01-00820100-R3U1
Razer Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition)

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  • 6400dpi 4G Laser Sensor
  • Wired/Wireless Use
  • Ambidextrous Design
  • Mac/Windows Compatible

You Pay: $54.00

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The 2013 edition of Razer's Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse is a highly versatile gaming mouse for Mac and Windows-based computers. The ambidextrous mouse features a 6400dpi 4G laser sensor for precise, accurate tracking. The mouse can be used either wired using a USB connection, or wirelessly via Bluetooth 3.0. It also features up to three months of battery life, a power on/off switch, LED on the scroll wheel and a low battery indicator.

6400dpi 4G laser sensor for precise, accurate tracking
Wired USB or Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connection
Ambidextrous form factor for use in either your right or left hand
Powered by two AA batteries that last for up to three months
Power on/off switch helps conserve battery power
Low battery indicator lets you know when it's almost time to change the batteries
LED on scroll wheel provides visual appeal while gaming
Download Synapse 2.0 software for cloud-based storage of your personal settings
Interface Bluetooth 3.0 wireless
USB
Sensor Laser
Resolution 6400 dpi
Battery Life Up to 30 hours continuous use; 3 months normal usage
Power Requirements 2 x AA batteries
System Requirements PC or Mac with USB port
Windows 8, 7, Vista
Mac OS X (v10.6-10.7 and above)
Internet connection
100 MB of free hard disk space
Razer Synapse 2.0 registration (requires a valid e-mail address), software download, license acceptance, and Internet connection to activate full features of product and for software updates. After activation, full features are available in optional offline mode
Dimensions (LxWxH) Not specified by manufacturer
Weight Not specified by manufacturer
Razer Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition)
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    RazerOrochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition)
     
    3.3

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    4.0

    Fantastic Mouse

    By Funkflex

    from San Jose, CA

    About Me Casual User

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Accurate Tracking
    • Comfortable Design
    • Fast Response
    • Glides Smoothly
    • Great Features
    • Works On Any Surface

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday Use
      • Gaming
      • Professional
      • Traveling
      • Web Browsing

      Comments about Razer Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition):

      Love the feel, grip and control. Bluetooth works great with my Samsung Series 9. The right buttons don't work as when used for sensitivity control.

      • Primary use:
      • Business
      • Computer Platform:
      • PC

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      1.0

      Worse wireless mouse I ever owned

      By brianric

      from Pennsville, NJ

      About Me Power user

      Pros

      • Accurate Tracking

      Cons

      • Poor Battery Life
      • Slow Response

      Best Uses

      • Everyday Use
      • Professional
      • Web Browsing

      Comments about Razer Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition):

      Very power hungry. I'm on my third set of batteries in seven days of ownership. Powers off in varying times, sometimes while actually using the mouse. Replacing batteries usually requires going back to the mouse setup to reset the tracking speed. When working, it works great. Another plus is the track wheel, very smooth.

      • Primary use:
      • Personal
      • Computer Platform:
      • Mac

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      5.0

      Great mouse for little hands

      By alwaysPlaysCaitlyn

      from Pittsburgh, PA

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            Comments about Razer Orochi Elite Notebook Gaming Mouse (2013 Edition):

            I'll start off this review by noting that I am female, and my hands are pretty small. I bought the mouse for gaming purposes :) (League of Legends mostly).

            I got the Orochi to replace my Razer Abyssus for two reasons: The Abyssus felt too flat in my hand, and I wanted something cordless to take on the go. I chose the Orochi because while I love Razer's mice, I found that the other main cordless option, the Mamba, was simply too heavy in my hand and caused wrist strain, and I wanted something that was truly wireless (the Mamba has a dock that needs to be attached to the computer at all times).

            Razer does have one other wireless mouse available, but looking at its specs showed that it was just as heavy as a Mamba.

            Anyway, after taking this mouse out of the package I was disappointed, but I've come to like the mouse a lot over the last few weeks.

            Originally I had issues with the small size of the mouse and the coating of the mouse. For those of you who are Razer fans: Razer has deviated from their standard soft-touch rubber mice. Instead, this mouse feels rough. Initially, I hated it and thought it felt cheap when I opened the mouse, but after using the mouse for a while, I've come to really like the new feel. It's better for long gaming, since your hands don't get as sweaty. I've also grown to like the small size that makes it very maneuverable and convenient to take on the go. That being said, if you are a guy with average or larger than average hands, I'd probably steer clear. Or, you could order it, take a look, and return it if you don't like it. It's very small.

            That being said, really like the mouse's weight. It's heavier than the Abyssus by a good margin, but lighter than the Mamba or Deathadder. I don't feel wrist strain trying to move it, but if you want a lighter mouse you can always take out the AA batteries and use the 3ft braided cable supplied with the mouse.

            The mouse works well even without a mouse pad, and has very simple buttons for changing sensitivity mid-game. If you find you're accidentally hitting them, you can always disable them using the Synapse drivers.

            Pairing is a breeze, just hold down all the side-buttons for 5 seconds and you're good. If the mouse turns off, you just need to click both sides of the mouse to quickly turn it back on. It wont go inactive for a fair amount of time, so you don't need to worry about this happening mid-play. There's also a fairly obvious battery level display, so you don't need to worry too much about dead batteries. Either way, keep the usb cable nearby if you're concerned.

            The cord and the AA battery options are separate. Plugging in the mouse will not charge the batteries, though you can always buy rechargables for quick swaps. You also cannot edit the synapse settings until the mouse is connected via wire. I have noticed that my computer recognizes the bluetooth option and plugged-in option with separate drivers.

            The mouse cannot easily be paired with one device, removed from said device, and paired with another device. I don't think this is a particular issue, but just something you should be aware of if you want this mouse for use between 2+ devices.

            What's in the Box: Mouse, 3ft braided detachable cable, batteries, and a nice carrying case.

            All in all, a very good mouse. I'm pleased with it. Made for gaming, but I use it for programming and surfing the web as well.

            10/10 would buy again.

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