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Guys just take a look at this outstanding Mouse.
The Boomslang is the only one for me as 1,87 metres big Guy, I can fully palm without having my Forefinger above the Mouse1-Button Edge.
No other Mouse on the whole Market fits so good in my left Hand like this outstanding Mouse while palming it.

Not to mention the enormous responsive Clickcontrol, the genius responsive Sidebuttons and the cool Mousewheel you can't compare with any other ambidextrous Mouse and especially the Shape on the Mareket.

So if you Guys thought a Intelli 1.1 is the optical Cream of the Cake, forget it, then this Mouse is way better for a big Mans Hand.
Not only in Terms of Size, but rather also in Terms of the whole Click and Sensor Control you got with it. Especially the Clickcontrol is enormous good and responsive (not even close comparable with a cheap Intelli 1.1) and the Razer 3G optical know from the Razer Diamondback, is doing its genius Rest.

This Mouse is just genius.

You Guys know I am a Mouselover and I think I don't gotta tell you that I got two original brandnew sealed Boomslang CE 2007 sill in my house, and one I use and another fourth one that's fully working also used. I bought my Boomslang CE 2007's pretty cheap over a austrian Shop in 2010 I think for 180 euros for all four Mice. Means 45 Euro for one Boomslang original sealed. It was a strong Offer at that Time so I catched them.

The only Problem I got with this Mouse and my current Mainboard, cause I didn't had it on my old PC with this Mouse, is that it seems to have some kind of Boot-information-Problem with that I can't scroll up and down after new PC-Boot.

But the Problem is easily solved, if I just wait for every PC Start until the official Windows 7 Deskopt and plug it in. Firstly then it fully works.
It's a lil bit lame, but at the end no Problem at all if can use this Master-Piece consistent, cause this thing is a Dream of a Mouse.

Imagine this Baby with even better Materials, than the CE 2007, what's really hard by the way, becuase the 2007 Materials are awesome, and imagine that Mouse with the Razer 4g 6400 dpi optical. Means just a Boomslang 2013 for example.

Believe me with relatively big Hands you couldn't get happier as a Lefty and even not as a Righty with bigger Hands and Taste for ambidextrous Mouse.

There isn't anything much to say about this Mouse, than it's easily the best ambidextrous Mouse for big Hands every created.

If you think a Deathadder is already cool, forget it, cause this Bat-Style-looking Mouse, is da most outstanding and legendary King of Razer.







 

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BTW the Mousewheelbootproblem I have could easily also be a Windows 7 Problem.
I have read some Posts in the Net from Guys having the same Problem.
I tried hard to solve it without having to plug it in after every boot, but I couldn't.

But it's ok, I mean my USB Ports don't get abused because of that and you dont gotta be to lazy for it.
This Mouse is definetively worth it.
 

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Originally Posted by strayakent View Post

I've never held a Boomslang and always wondered how do you grip that? LOL
That's the thing with the boomslang, you just have to grip it without thinking of how. I you start thinking of how you are holding it will become uncomfortable :S It was a very high quality mouse.
 

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That shape will easily kill my grip
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Call it the Gripkiller.

This Mouse is 13,5 cm long and around 7 width at the front.

It's a Monster in Terms of length and width for a ambidextrous. Only the height is sweet. This Mouse is even longer than a Roccat Kone or other big Mice like a G400.

The Shape is very special ofcourse and always a matter of taste and handsergonomics. But I really appreciate it, cause it's a really rarely example of a special big ambidextrous mouse.

I mean look at this thing. It has Style no doubt about that. But at the end of the day you gotta control it good ofcourse.
 

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I actually kinda liked it too especially the two main buttons. My problem was that it is extremely easy to missclick the side buttons and that it weighs a ton
 

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nothing feels better than a ball mouse, ive said this since they went to optical. the weight is great, the ability to flick the ball around and do 360s without moving your hand is just phenomenal. imo when they work, the resistance from the ball makes me more precise, and i really mean WHEN THEY WORK.
 

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That would be interesting, the old switches used by Razer were overkill, best response ever.
The shape of the Salmosa enabled you to place all 4 fingers over the buttons, while the most external ones held the mice, the middle and ring finger are used to click the main buttons, leaving the thumb totally free to press the sidebuttons. Really the ultimate fingertip/palm grip IMO.

I still have my Razer Copperhead and I would use it if the sensor wasn't failing so much (now it skips and jitters like there's no tomorrow), because the shape was amazing and the buttons felt like forged by the gods to us human gamers, simply the best.
 

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ive had a boomslang since 2000. my boomslang ce is showing its age and the usb problem is getting old. im ready for a new mouse, but nothing else will do. i guess i am sol.
 
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