Razer intros Imperator gaming mouse with adjustable side buttons

By Matthew
Nov 24, 2009
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  1. AbsolutGaloot

    AbsolutGaloot Newcomer, in training Posts: 92

    I love razer, I finally this last weekend retired my Diamondback that I've had for 4 or 5 years that was developing a bit of an issue with the scrollwheel and grabbed a Lachesis. I saw that this one was out, but haven't really found the "ergonomic" shaped mice to be all that comfortable.

    @kimboy: Sure, it's possible to complete games just fine with a generic brand optical mouse, but the two things I look at are comfort (Razer especially shapes their mice very nicely) and competitive performance. If you have (physics-style frictionless vacuum example) two people with exactly the same reaction speed, the person with the mouse that has a higher sensitivity and faster click response time will come out ahead.
    Mostly it's just for people who don't look at "can I play a game with it" but "can I play better than other people"
  2. AnonymousSurfer

    AnonymousSurfer TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 312   +12

    Sounds pretty sweet but I'm gonna get a second Hard Drive then probably that. :D
  3. Heretic

    Heretic Newcomer, in training Posts: 37

    That's a pretty sweet mouse actually. I like that side-button design. I might ask for that thing for christmas. I don't even care if it has a cord, and I don't understand why that's such a big deal for people. I've got my laptop 5 inches away from my mouse, and my brother's desktop is less than 2 feet away from him so cords aren't an issue.
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