question about mechanical mouse

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Sorakh, Sep 28, 2015.

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  1. Sorakh

    Sorakh Member

    is there actually a mechanical mouse?
     
  2. Senri

    Senri Member

    Define your term of "Mechanical".
     
  3. Sorakh

    Sorakh Member

    like those mechanical keyboard which the keyboard itself has indicated mechanical key
     
  4. GhettoCowboy

    GhettoCowboy Active Member

    There is no such thing as a "mechanical" mouse, the only big difference for mouses is optical or laser sensor.
     
  5. GTASANTT

    GTASANTT Member

    Mouse has a spring, I would consider that mechanical.
     
  6. Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr

    Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr Well-Known Member

    Well the Razer Naga Epic Chroma uses mechanical switches for the 12 buttons on its thumbgrid. I'd say that qualifies it as a mechanical mouse.
     
  7. GhettoCowboy

    GhettoCowboy Active Member

    I guess that's true :)

    @Sorakh: Can you try to be more precise what you expect from a "mechanical" mouse? Do you mean the clicks have do feel like a mechanical keyboard, or do you mean something like the naga with extra mechanical buttons on the side?
     
  8. Ya I have the naga chroma and its apparently mechanical. I don't really notice that much of a difference between my classic naga in terms of pushing the 12 keys but I do like how they are slightly angled for ease of use.
     
  9. Sorakh

    Sorakh Member

    Well i dont think i need a naga as i do have my orbweaver with me!.
    As i was looking at the mamba i saw it has a adjustable click tech so i thought oh is it counted as a "mechanical" mouse?
    As currently my old ocochi mouse, it side button are all dead (button 4,5,6,7). The only working one are left right middle click and the scroll. Why not it time to change a new one! Any suggestion?

    Thought of getting the new mamba wireless as it has adjustable click tech.
    On a side note, does people actually keep adjusting the click tech?
     
  10. Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr

    Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr Well-Known Member

    Well if you're looking for a replacement and you travel alot, you might want to check out the new Razer Orochi.

    If you need a mouse for desktop use though, I highly recommend the Razer Mamba. I just got mine and I don't see myself changing the click force very often since I like a fuller click (I set it to max) but it depends on what you prefer. This might help you decide.

    Also, do drop a ticket to Support for your Razer Orochi and send me your Case ID via PM for follow up if you like :).
     
  11. GhettoCowboy

    GhettoCowboy Active Member

    Oh now I understand :)

    Well the new mamba is kinda like an all-rounder, if you play a lot of different games it is definitely very useful to be able to change the force needed for pressing the keys, like for shooters you could set it to a higher force, in order not to shoot accidentally, while for rts you could set it to low, as you have to click very fast ;)

    else as @Razer|Alentra pointed out, if you travel a lot the Orochi is a way to go :)

    personally I love the Taipan!
     
  12. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Always nice to see officials helping out newbies :)
     
  13. Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr

    Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr Well-Known Member

    That's what we do. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
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  14. Sorakh

    Sorakh Member

    Think the Ocochi is okay but it stress out my hand faster. might be getting the razer mamba wireless version!

    Dont like how old ocochi pair with PC but pressing all the side button, meaning if one button is spoilt there goes my wireless mouse! *happen to me*

    How does mamba pair up with our PC? is it via the same method?
     
  15. naga is the best alround mouse in my opinion
     
  16. Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr

    Razer|Alentra_xf_rzr Well-Known Member

    The Razer Orochi pairs up with your computer wirelessly using Bluetooth 4.0. The Razer Mamba connects wirelessly to a charging dock that is plugged in to your PC. I've linked both mice below so you can have a look. Let us know what you decided to get!

    Razer Mamba: http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mice/razer-mamba
    Razer Orochi: http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mice/razer-orochi

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