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CNET AU says:

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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 wireless performance, give this one a look-in. quote


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Critic reviews

8.0
8 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    7.4
  • Design and form factor
    8.2
  • Configurability
    8.1
  • Accuracy
    7.8
  • Portability
    8.2

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8.9
28 reviews
8.0
CNET Oct 26, 2009

The Orochi, Razer's first gaming mouse designed for notebooks, combines a small size and Bluetooth connectivity with a feature set normally seen only on larger gaming mice.

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7.0
Gizmodo Oct 16, 2009

If it was cheaper and the sensor could handle more roughage, it'd be a solid pick for fragging in a Starbucks, but it's a kinda risky buy for that much money, as is.

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9.0
Cult of Mac Feb 24, 2010

In fact, the damn thing is so comfy and a pleasure to use that, where I once used to leave my old mouse at home and was happy just working off my trackpad, I now feel compelled to bring the Orochi with me wherever I go.

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8.0
CNET AU Jan 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 wireless performance, give this one a look-in.

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9.0
Benchmark Reviews Feb 21, 2010

The Orochi will save laptops a USB port and valuable battery power while fully allowing users to enjoy competitive gaming. For those owning a laptop and want to take advantage of mobile gaming, definitely consider adding the Razer Orochi to your arsenal.

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8.0
Overclock3D.net Apr 23, 2010

If ... you are a professional laptop gamer who has tiny hands and doesn't want to put a big mouse in their pocket, Razer have just the product for you. For the rest of us, there are countless other options.

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8.0
andymerskin andymerskin

THE GOOD The Razer Orochi 2013 edition is a beautifully designed, comfortable portable gaming mouse with plenty of features to boot. What stands out most to me is its small form factor, its rough matte finish for the best grip in long gaming sessions, bluetooth connectivity, and just the...

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9.0
viperseed viperseed

I find this mouse extremely portable and light weight. maybe I have small hands but it fits prefectly into my usage patterns. The option to use it as wired is a handy options when the battery runs out, which is rarely. The fact that all my co-workers keep asking me if the mouse is a miniature...

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8.0
silentmemories silentmemories

Only a 4.0 right now - while I really like the product, the USB connector cable is somehow permanently affixed to my mouse now and I can't seem to pull it off. For now, it's a wired mouse until I figure how to pull the connector. :| The product itself, if it did not have this problem, would...

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9.0
Punataro Punataro

It's a good mobile mouse, if you need accuracy just plug in the usb cable, if you need portability - use it as a bluetooth mouse, the battery life is kinda short - use Ni-MH for more economical.

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9.0
aungye91 aungye91

Really nice and I might say sexy mouse. It works with wire and bluetooth. With bluetooth, you need 2 AA batteries and that makes orochi heavy. But in wire mode, it flies in your hand. You will have 4 programmable keys that may be enough for gaming. It works better with met(kabuto).

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9.0
idoruh idoruh

This is the age of the Laptop, most people, even gamers, use portable PC's these days, and yet it is very hard to find good portable gaming gear designed with that idea in mind. This mouse is the first mobile gaming mouse I've encountered and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by it's...

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