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Originally Posted by thrasherht;13520554 
all the guys saying wireless sucks. I have to say. I have a mamba and there is absolutely no difference between the quality using the wireless vs wired mode on the mamba, I can't speak for other mice, but Razer did a good job with the mamba.

I would recommend the orochi mouse when used in wired mode. It is a great mouse and has a great feel to it.

In a blind test, wired and wireless mode in mamba.. not even pro gamers can tell.
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Originally Posted by mjpd1983;13521708 
Ok, don't i just feel silly, after posting that my orochi is such a fantastic mouse, the left click button has started sticking.

It's only 4 weeks old btw.

Orochi is still a good mouse tho if it were working, was never as good as my Cyborg R.A.T.5 but was still nice.

The R.A.T.5 - now that is a serious example of quality in a mouse.

How hard are the side buttons to click ?
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Originally Posted by EarlZ;13516121 
I've been reading a lot that the side buttons are pretty hard to press but none of them really indicate if its the positioning or the force required, is it like logitech's G9 (middle button) where it requires you to be the incredible hulk to even remotely press it?
It's the positioning since the mouse, itself, is pretty small. Also they are nearly flush with the side of the mouse which might make it harder for some to locate and press. They don't require an unusual amount of force to press.
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Hmm maybe we could put in those small bump stickers to make it easier to click.
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Originally Posted by EarlZ View Post
In a blind test, wired and wireless mode in mamba.. not even pro gamers can tell.



How hard are the side buttons to click ?
Not hard at all mate, personally i like to feel a little bit of "click pressure" in a button, feels a bit more solid.

I mean razer mice feel really great, just have to be lucky to get one that lasts a few years. I guess a mouse like the deathadder is cheap enough to replace if it dies, it's a great feeling/looking mouse.
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the sensor is a piece of ****, if you like small mice, go with a kinzu.
    
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I've used the Kinzu, its one of the worse mice ever made next to the Xai/WMO/IME
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post #27 of 28
To amswer the OP, the Orochi is a great mouse, wired or not. i use one daily with my laptop and wouldn't have it any other way.
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In a blind test, wired and wireless mode in mamba.. not even pro gamers can tell.
Impressive

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