Which Mouse to pick?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Vestieri, Jan 7, 2015.


Which mouse to use

  1. Ouroboros

  2. Naga

  3. Taipan

  4. Mamba

  5. Abyssus

  6. Deathadder

  7. imperator

  8. Orochi

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  1. Vestieri

    Vestieri Active Member

    Hi there,

    I'm sort of lost in the tree of mouses. Which Razer mouse to pick? Should be suitable for playing games everyday, though not for very hardcore gaming (not really interested in rankings, play for the fun of it). Don't mind spending a decent amount of money, however why the deathadder over the taipan, or the mamba over the Ouroboros (or vice versa)?

    Next to that I will use it for work (lots of excels etcetera).

    Let me know, thanks in advance!
  2. Celestebizsystem125

    Celestebizsystem125 New Member

    I have 2...Deathadder and just got the Mamba..overall Deathadder is the best..have tried the others in the pc store..they didnt feel so good.
  3. Calves01

    Calves01 New Member

    I have a taipan and mamba, to say deathadder is probably the better choice. Same model just wired and cheaper.
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  4. RaZ87

    RaZ87 New Member

    I have a Deathadder and an Ouroboros.
    For windows and internet, i use Ouroboros
    For gaming only Deathadder !
  5. S_Corfitsen

    S_Corfitsen Member

    I have a Deathadder and for me it is perfect, it has the right size for my hand, not too small or too big. And also there are to "hot-keys" which you can use to everything :D

    That is just my openiun
  6. Celestebizsystem125

    Celestebizsystem125 New Member

    If you look closely...from afar they may look the same....but they arent...until they are identical..they are NOT the same. I have both on my desk at the moment..so I would know.
  7. redchipsss

    redchipsss Member

    If you want a wired mouse, the Deathadder would be the "tried and battle tested" mouse for everyone gamer/non-gamer. Seriously, it's one of the most ergonomic mouse around, I'd recommend it to both gamers and non-gamers as their daily driver.

    If you want a wireless mouse, the Ouroboros is the king of the roost. Customizable size and grip, excellent wireless tracking, and its goddamn sexy.

    But personally, I use the Naga for my desktop, and a Deathadder for my laptop. I got used to the Naga's side buttons, it's impossible for me to play competitively without it. I use my Deathadder for work and general use when I'm away from my desktop.
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  8. Vestieri

    Vestieri Active Member

    so, what are the important differences?
  9. Vestieri

    Vestieri Active Member

    now that is a useful comparison. Thanks!
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  10. Kn0var

    Kn0var Member

    I've had a deathadder for a couple years now and it works beautifully and feels comfortable. Honestly I've been careless with it on a few occasions but no breaks or scratches even so can confirm very well built.
  11. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    Ouroboros is mainly about customizability. You can change it up however you'd like, adjusting it to your own personal preference. (Side wings, height, etc). Wireless is also nice (has a wired mode as well).
    Naga is mainly for MMOs (World of Warcraft), especially due to the ton of macros on it. It may be useful if you're using a laptop and it doesn't have a numpad.
    Taipan I believe is more of a regular-ish mouse, it's basically an upgraded version of the Abyssus
    Mamba is the wireless version of the Deathadder, with two extra macros...
    Deathadder is one of the most comfortable mice I've ever used. If you're looking for basic functioning, with very good ergonomics, consider this or its wireless version, the Mamba.
    The Imperator seems like the Abyssus, but a more ergonomic version..(and more macros)
    Finally, the Orochi is the mobile version. Small, compact, and robust.

    I myself use the Deathadder 2013, and have large hands. This mouse is the only mouse on the market that I will use, it also is the perfect weight, making liftoff not accidental, nor too hard.
    The Abyssus was my first mouse (2010 version), and the clicks are tactile, and a bit on the hard side, but provide good feedback.
  12. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I've used: Imperator, Orochi, Naga Hex & Naga 2014 and I got to test out someone's Razer Star Wars mouse, I'm not sure which kind it was though.

    If you're not playing MMO's or needing a significant number of macro buttons then of those I'd pick the Imperator every single time. It was very comfortable, very responsive and perfect in everything I used it for. However, I eventually traded up for the Naga 2014 and while I love having the extra buttons it's not as comfortable as my Imperator was.
  13. bagogoodies111

    bagogoodies111 New Member

    The death adder is a pretty solid mouse with 5 buttons (mouse clicks, mouse wheel, and 2 thumb buttons), I've been using it for casual stuff for a few years...

    But I really miss my G1 Diamondback.
  14. freakoftech

    freakoftech Active Member

    I absolutely love my Razer Naga, at least for gaming. It all depends on what you want to use it for. With the Naga I can pretty much play video games one-handed. It also makes my reaction times to the keys faster.
  15. ArkainePH

    ArkainePH New Member

    Depends on what you play, But I play MMOrpg's on Deathadder and feels awesome.
  16. ASuavePenguin

    ASuavePenguin New Member

    Yeah if you are just gonna go for everyday stuff I think the deathadder would be the best bet
  17. JMurphyO

    JMurphyO New Member

    I use the Naga, I love it due to the keypad on the side. I find it really useful from switching guns in an fps, to activating items in LoL. For that reason alone I highly recommend the Naga
  18. ASuavePenguin

    ASuavePenguin New Member

    Yeah for League I would love to use the Naga Hex for active items or other hotkeys
  19. JMurphyO

    JMurphyO New Member

    It's very useful, saved my life more than once when I needed to activate Zhyonyas
  20. Dtidemann

    Dtidemann New Member

    I really like the naga, and i have used it for 2 years, to many different games,it takes a little time to adapt to the mouse but when you do it lays good in the hand, if you mostly play fps, games, there is no need for all those buttoms and a deathadder would properly be better, but if you are more like all-around, and also enjoys playing rpg games, i would say the naga :)
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