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The Razer Taipan features 8200 DPI 4G Dual sensor system, 9 programmable buttons with Razer Synapse 2.0. Other specs are anti-split and anti-finger print matte finish with a rubberized countuored thumb grip.
Customization and syncing with Razer Synapse 2.0.
Extremely smooth movement.
Superbly sensitive laser.
Chassis is a bit too low and narrow.
Not as comfortable as one-handed mice.
Occasionally easy to accidentally hit the wrong side’s mouse buttons.
By DigitalVersus on December 26, 2012
While the Razer Naga Epic was really made for right-handed gamers, the Razer Taipan is a great choice for any righty/lefty gamers who share the same...
By MadShrimps on November 21, 2012
First we would like to point again that the mouse design with the plastic on top (and not rubber coating) is our preferred choice because signs of use may appear after a much longer period of time; also, the quality of the materials is top notch. The...
By PCMag on August 23, 2012
The Razer Taipan is a gaming mouse for both the right- and left-handed gamer. It's light on features, but offers solid performance.
By ExpertReviews on August 14, 2012
The mouse felt a little small for male hands, without enough room to keep all five fingers off the mouse mat, which could put off hardcore gamers. It's a fine mouse, but it's very expensive.
By Overclock3D on August 14, 2012
Blimey this sensor is insane. Normally we start working our way through the starter before hitting the main course, but trust us, when you have finished your first day with the Taipan it's tough to think of anything other than how blazingly...
By CravingTech on August 04, 2012
Do note though that if you have large hands, I would still recommend to get their other gaming mouse model instead.
By PixelSmashers on August 04, 2012
The Razer Taipan is a culmination of Razor’s history with ambidextrous gaming mice. This mosue has great ergonomics for an ambidextrous focus.
By HardwareHeaven on July 25, 2012
The jury is still out on the hard vs soft touch coating debate but the Razer Taipan offers an excellent mix of speed and accuracy in a body which is slim and light. Easy on the arm over long gaming sessions it best suits claw and fingertip grips.
By GadgetReview on July 24, 2012
A great gaming mouse that’s very fast, very light, and for right and left handed players.
By EnthusiastReviews on July 13, 2012
Setting aside these minor issues and you’ve got a work of art let alone a high performance mouse. If you’re in the market for a high end mouse, the Taipan is definitely amongst the best options available.
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