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Razer Gaming Mouse Reviews


The white Razer Taipan gaming mouse has arrived...

Razer has revealed its white Taipan gaming mouse. This is an ambidextrous mouse built specifically for gamers.

The Razer Naga 2014

Angled buttons make it easy to find the right command without looking at your hand during tense gaming sessions.For what its worth the new Naga’s updated design makes keeping track of individual buttons easy, and after a few hours slogging through my MMOs du jour (Guild Wars 2 and Firefall, if you’re keeping track) I had no trouble at all. And all of this customizability will let you mold the mouse to suit your needs, instead of requiring you to change countless keybinds and the like to fit some finicky tool.

Razer Lachesis 5600 DPI Gaming Mouse

It came as quite a surprise when Razer launched a revamped version of their old Lachesis mouse. The new version of the Lachesis mouse features a newer Philips Twin-eye laser sensor which is capable of tracking at a remarkable 200 IPS (inches per second). Besides that the resolution has been bumped up from the already high 4000 DPI to the more ridiculous 5600 DPI, which should give you plenty precision even on the most absurd ATI Eyefinity setup available. The Lachesis mouse has not been altered in terms of ergonomics, but the scroll wheel has been replaced with a new better performing one.

The TRON: Legacy Mouse from Razer

...inspired by the movie and it seems to have done the original and the sequel justice.If you're a true fan you'll immediately spot the details of the finger-scroll being similar to the lightcycle's wheel.

You recall the Ouroboros, right?

Nope, not the mythical snake yarn, the latest gaming mouse from Razer that inadvertently broke cover over at the FCC. While it's been official for around a month, Germany's annual gaming convention has offered us our first chance to get to grips with it. Razer has tied itself in a ergonomic knot over the Ouroboros, with most of the mouse's dimensions happily adjustable to suit practically any gamer hand. We get customizing right after the break.