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The Razer Imperator features a clickable scroll wheel, right and left click buttons, two DPI adjustment buttons below the scroll wheel and two thumb buttons on the left side of the unit. On the bottom we find three large Teflon mouse feet, a profile selector button, a slider labeled "front" and "back" and the 3.5G laser sensor.
Movable thumb buttons.
Lighting system looks good.
Very accurate at low DPI.
Very responsive at high DPI.
Adjustable thumb buttons.
Does not just move across my mouse pad, it glides.
5600 DPI capabilities.
Adjustable thumb buttons.
Lighting system is blue, not green.
Highest DPI is too responsive to be usable.
The price is quite high.
No included driver or software disc.
Shiny plastic sides.
Superbright accent lights (this may not be a con for everyone).
Thumb button adjustment action feels a bit cheap.
Software UI is a bit on the ugly side (very persnickety).
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
By Gaming Nexus on December 20, 2011
A comfortable, well-rounded gaming mouse is surprisingly hard to find these days. There are plenty of options, between manufacturers like Cyborg, Razer and SteelSeries to name a few, but sometimes these mice are just too specialized to a specific game...
By CNET Australia on October 13, 2011
The Imperator is a halfway house between basic and full gaming mouse. Considering the cost, we'd suggest you look to the competition for better features. We look forward to seeing if Razer's newer 2012 edition will be a more compelling offer...
By Bit-tech.net on January 24, 2011
inc VAT) (ex tax) Our first grapple with the saw it collect a recommended award for its innovative design, great feel and brilliant responsiveness. Nothing has changed, though, and The Imperator still has one of the coolest features we've...
By Kitguru.net on January 20, 2011
A great product from Razer that has everything we could possibly ask...
By OCModShop on December 08, 2010
The Razer Imperator certainly packs a lot of features into a small package. The minimalist package can be a boon to some who need a powerful mouse without a lot of bulk, but in our opinion it can be a little too minimalist. We really would have...
By Pureoverclock on August 23, 2010
The Imperator is another great product in a long line up from Razer. Aesthetically speaking, the Imperator has a beautiful finish on top of the mouse and the mirrored piano finish on the sides. The piano finish on the sides look great but they can get...
By CNET UK on July 05, 2010
The Razer Imperator may not offer as many features as some other hardcore gaming mice, but it's one of the most comfortable models we've ever used, and it offers great performance. Plus, it looks a treat...
By PCMag Mideast on June 29, 2010
Here’s another one from Razer that boasts a whopping 5600 dots per inch of resolution. The Razer Imperator also sports an ambidextrous and ergonomic design – albeit, it’s a wired mouse. But that doesn’t mean that this gaming...
By Engadget on May 25, 2010
The computer mouse lived longer than many ever anticipated. Yep, that's going to be the first line of the mouse's obituary. One day we may navigate every computer with a glass multitouch trackpad, or by simply by touching the screen, but today...
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