6400dpi version R.A.T. 9,
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The idea of having an extra battery, one charging whilst one in the mouse in use is very good. The mouse is well built, unlike the previous Razer Ouroboros and Mamba 4G 2012 I have used - you turn the R.A.T. 9 on and it pairs itself and works - no need to go and hold a sequence of buttons then to find it doesn't pair. Customizing this mouse is very easy - after all it's one of the main selling points, but these are the problems I had with it:
1) Even if I extend the thumb rest as far forward as I can, I still seem to need to move my thumb back to press the forward/backward buttons.
2) The scroll wheel isn't very accurate when performing fast down/upscrolls - perhaps this is a wireless problem.
3) The little finger rest isn't completely flush with the rest of the mouse, so it rubs on the mouse pad.
4) I would prefer if the left/right buttons were lighter to the touch.
5) The mouse is a tad heavy even with no additional weights put inside it.
Overall this is a very good wireless mouse; the Razer Ouroboros in comparison had issues with Synapse 2.0 not loading until you were logged in, so the sensitivity settings were off and also problems with downscrolling, and the Mamba 4G 2012 had one software issue with the up/down sensitivity buttons (but this DID have on board memory which is good - much prefer it to the Synapse 2.0's 'innovative' design.)
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Initial post: 12 Dec 2012 19:01:17 GMT
Mr. K. OSGOOD says:
is this actually the 6400 dpi version? it says the 5600 dpi version in the description
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