Razer Boomslang 2000 review
Posted by Julio
Franco on March 16, 2000 - Page 3/4
Boomslang 2000 review
onto the real deal… is the Razer Boomslang a good performer?
of all you should know that this is no rushed article, I have
been using it for more than two months now (that’s with an
average usage of 5 hours a day) and I have tested it in just
about everything you could imagine, from Windows usual
pointing and clicking, to some image editing and gaming, of
can resume the Windows experience into the following:
Overall it took me about three days to get used to it, I mean,
up to the point to not even feel I was using a new mouse or
anything, just move and point to whatever I wanted
smoothness, while is not a bad thing it’s not great either
for windows usage, you don’t need much precision for this
kind of tasks so no real improvement there however that
combined with the speed the mouse gives you a lot of freedom.
the other hand I felt kind of uncomfortable after long periods
of usage, especially for the fact the mouse isn’t for
right-handed people only so you don’t have an easy/normal
way of resting the other fingers. Also sometimes because of
the sensitivity and position of the main buttons, a single
click converted in a double one and it screwed stuff more than
once for me. That kind of stuff also happens with a normal
mouse so it’s not all Razer’s fault but as a conclusion,
getting this mouse only for Windows usage is not the best
on what should really matter, Gaming Performance.
than getting used to the different shape of the Razer
Boomslang I can swear I fell in love with this mouse since the
first time I played Unreal Tournament with it.
not promising you will get more frags, better skills or any of
those claims that sound almost stupid to me, but what I’m
sure of is that once you get used to it (took me 10 minutes)
you will feel much more comfortable and you will be more
confident that you will rock da house! (I had to say that).
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