Razer Orochi Simple Question

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Lando4320, Jul 31, 2016.

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  1. Lando4320

    Lando4320 New Member

    Does this product come with a carrying case. I have seen some unboxings where they have and some that have not
  2. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    I know for sure that the 2013 version comes with one, but I'm not sure if the new one also does
  3. Pixelad

    Pixelad Member

    Can confirm that the new one does come with a pouch.
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  4. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    Yup. See the 2015 Orochi pouch on the right: http://i.imgur.com/YiwxrlC.jpg
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  5. Lando4320

    Lando4320 New Member

  6. wesley27

    wesley27 Active Member

    @Styna I'm planning on getting an Orochi once I hit 120 posts, what kind of battery usage effect does the bluetooth mouse have on your computer? I know that when I disabled bluetooth on my 2016 blade, it definitely increased battery life under normal usage a noticeable amount. I want a simple wireless mouse, preferably a Razer, but I'm not sure if the Orochi will drain my Blade's battery?

    Also, do you like that mousepad? I was considering it because it's cheap :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
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  7. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    Soooo, I just got my Blade a few days ago. I haven't done a full battery cycle to see how long my Blade lasts on battery as I encountered display issues the first time I tried. I haven't had my computer long enough--I've had Bluetooth on the whole time.

    Sorry I can't be more help on this--I'll let you know when I have updates.

    About Kabuto: I pulled that photo off of Google. I don't have a Kabuto (but I want one). Users on the forums have mentioned generally positive reviews, but difficult to clean. If you get one, please let me know your feedback (and also if Blade closes well with the Kabuto tucked in there. I feel bad running my Orochi on tabletop when I'm on-the-go, but my portable mouse mat doesn't tuck into my laptops well...
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  8. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    My orochi doesn't last long/ Well a few days or so of heavy use. Well its ok but gotta standby batteries and such. Rechargeable batteries are more useful. If only battery was built in. Well using it wired works as well. Its great for travel paired with goliathus mouse pad for easy storage.
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  9. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    What size Goliathus do you carry? Does your computer close with the Goliathus inside?
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  10. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    Standard size. Nah cant close it with it inside. Carry around a laptop bag and fits with the laptop nicely.
  11. RealBobFish

    RealBobFish Active Member

    Wait seriously? I thought the orochi was meant to last for multiple months?!? I was wanting to get one but I'll pass if I have to replace the battery every few days. I guess I'll have to stick to my logitech mouse that's been going strong for 5+ months on a singe AA.
  12. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    In think the ads mean "last multiple months with light spreadsheet usage." I used mine over a 20 hour period over two weeks and the bay is still going. The mouse even fell asleep on me a few times (it must have gotten bored by lecture )

    Exzero probably playing intensive games for 3 hours each day. Batteries are rated for 7 hours of continuous Orochi gameplay.

    Hope that answers your question RealBobFish.

    I haven't tested mine with gameplay; I switch to wired mode for gaming because I like the weight.
  13. RealBobFish

    RealBobFish Active Member

    Ahh ok, thank you for the clarifiation
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  14. I found the battery life to be very underwhelming on the Orochi so I just use it plugged in.
    I really like the Kabuto as a soft mouse pad and it fits nicely inside the RBS when closed. I've been studying overseas all summer and the RBS/Orochi/Kabuto combo has been stellar.
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  15. Lando4320

    Lando4320 New Member

    So since this post i actually went out and bought the orochi lol. Use my Blade stealth 8 hours a day for 5 days a week. Im getting 6-7 hours on one battery keyboard lights off and brightness at 50%. My orochi battery still at 100%. My mouse goes into standby every 3 mins. Very satisfied with the purchase. I do recommend.
  16. d1337tion

    d1337tion Member

    The battery life on my Orochi's (yes more than one) seems to be underwhelming. I last a couple of days and then the battery dies.

    I have 3 Chroma Orochi's; all of them have battery lives that are better than the last iteration, but still not enough to keep me going most of the time.

    I am a fan of the mouse, if you cannot tell, I've had at least one from each iteration.
  17. RealBobFish

    RealBobFish Active Member

    6-7 hours on the stealth?!? Please teach me your wizardry. Can you please tell me what you do to get that? I use 25% brightness, no lighting, processor limited to 75%, opera web browser with power saving mode, Windows power mode set to power saver and have all the Intel graphics settings on maximum battery life. I still only get 5 hours
  18. wesley27

    wesley27 Active Member

    @Lando4320 How does it feel in your hand? A lot of people have said it's small and isn't as comfortable to hold because of this.
  19. Miss Maven_no_id

    Miss Maven_no_id New Member

    I've been using the Orochi for a few hours now and I like it a lot. Was already using a small cheap-o wireless and this is around the same size but much better weight to it and it slides like a dream and yes it does come with a carrying case!

    Def gonna go great with my new blade if it ever arrives! :blush:
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2016
  20. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    If you use it like a "half mouse" by palming it; Orochi is amazing! The curves fit my hand perfectly and it feels like part of my hand instead of using a mouse.

    If you try to use it like a mouse by gripping it halfway on the side with fingertip grip, you are going to find it unstable and hard to control.

    I love, love, love mine and have replaced my Naga Hex exclusively with my Orochi.

    It really goes great with the Blade! The chroma sync is cool, too. I had originally looked for a cheapo wireless mouse to go with my laptop, but they all felt horrible, so I got an Orochi. I love it's smoothness and shape so much I'm beginning to hate my wireless mouse at work which never bothered me before, LOL!

    After using the Orochi for a few weeks, I got a Blade to go alone with it :wink_: (when I needed a computer with better specs for school.)
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