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The Razer Orochi mouse is great for someone on the go who wants a nice mouse that isn't too big to bring with them when they go out or someone who has limited USB ports available to them. The Orochi is small enough to pack with your system but is still big enough to feel comfortable. Once you get the Bluetooth working, you are able to use this mouse for quite some time without the battery failing.
The mouse is very responsive even when it is in battery mode. It has a powersaving mode where it sleeps after 3 seconds without movement. Now, for someone who is an avid gamer, this could be a problem. When you move the mouse again after this sleep mode, the cursor jumps a little. In a game this could be very frustrating. However, for normal use it is helpful because of how effective it is with preserving battery life but is not helpful when you are gaming. Unfortunately, you can not turn this off.
When you use the cord, the power saving mode is turned off. It is a little more responsive with the cord in and so therefore better for gaming when you are using the cord.
The main reason to choose this mouse is if you want to connect it via Bluetooth. With the Bluetooth , it is easy to connect your mouse to the laptop on the go. The range of the Bluetooth connection is exemplary. I have gotten a range of almost 30ft! Setting up the Bluetooth is very easy because the instructions given are simple to follow and easy to understand.
I would recommend this mouse to anyone who is looking for a high quality mouse and have a computer with an available Bluetooth connection. It is a good mouse for mobile gamers who would like to be able to use a nice quality mouse on the go. I would however not recommend it to anyone who does not have Bluetooth available on their computer because it cannot connect wireless without Bluetooth.
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