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Extremely comfortable, even for long hours of gaming.
As customizable as any fullsized mouse.
Very little sacrifice to go from wired to wireless mode.
9 Programmable buttons.
Real onthefly DPI adjustments.
For left or righthanded use.
Long battery life.
No Bluetooth no wireless mode.
No configuration in wireless mode (sensitivity buttons still work).
Teflon feet seems to wear out extremely fast.
8ms response time in wireless mode isn't the best.
Difficult to clean.
Lag when waking up from sleep.
No included micro USB Bluetooth receiver.
By CNET Australia on January 16, 2012
It's a tough ask, but Razer's Orochi mostly succeeds at infusing gaming quality into a portable mouse. If you're an on-the-road gamer, we'd recommend making the space for a full-sized mouse. If you need the space, though, and want good...
By Motherboards.org on July 27, 2011
Laptop and gaming are two words that probably do not belong next to each other in a sentence for most people. However, most college kids today do some intense gaming with their laptops late through the night. And this is the target audience...
By DigitalVersus on January 31, 2011
The Razer Orochi came very close to getting five stars. If you invest in some rechargeable batteries, it's almost perfect. This fast, accurate, comfortable little gem is our new favourite mobile...
By PC Mag on December 19, 2010
In hopes of making mobile gaming even easier, Razer with its Orochi gaming mouse utilized Bluetooth 2.0 technology to make it happen. For $79.99, mobile PC gamers will enjoy a mouse with both wireless and wired play capability with what Razer calls...
By LanOC Reviews on July 06, 2010
Believe it or not, this mouse really does perform like its larger brothers. The wireless performance was top notch in my testing and it’s great to have the ability to fall back to the wired if you run into an issue. The Orochi sports Razer’s...
By Overclock3D on April 23, 2010
Let's start with the bad. Or at least, the not as good. I carefully avoided mentioning it in our tests for fear of repetition. However if, like me, you're blessed/cursed with good sized hands the small stature of the Orochi is quite a pain. As a...
By Overclockers Club on April 22, 2010
The 3G laser sensor on the Orochi only allowed the mouse to have up 4000DPI, which is fine for the everyday usage, but when it comes down to using it as a gaming mouse, you may notice a few performance hits if you are the type of person that likes to...
By Atomic MPC on March 11, 2010
Great performance, but horribly cramp...
By Benchmark Reviews on February 21, 2010
Razer has always been ahead of the curve in terms of technological innovation, creating different types of enthusiast mice suitable for different audiences. In the similar way the Razer Naga targets MMORPG players, the Razer Orochi targets gamers with...
By Tom's Guide on February 03, 2010
Like many of Razer’s mice, the Orochi boasts a 3G infrared sensor, which has a sensitivity of up to 4000dpi (2000dpi in wireless mode), and a 1000 Hz ultrapolling rate. The downloadable driver is also akin to the rest of the...
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