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Razer - Orochi V2 Lightweight Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse With 950 Hour Battery Life - White

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Orochi V2 FTW, quality mouse at hand!

    The Orochi V2 is spot on for accessibility and portability, especially if you like to game on the go when you're traveling, this is hands-down a winner for both the customization of DPI settings and even the price! This was a steal when I purchased it. Between the 2.4Ghz switch and Bluetooth, you don't necessarily see a difference, but being able to Bluetooth this to your other devices at the flick of the switch is pretty handy. When the mouse is not in use, flick the switch off, and the battery is still doing wonderfully after 2 weeks of use. I'm active-duty military, so the size of this mouse going with me in my go bag, when I'm gaming or doing schoolwork is plus. Also, for those people that have about a male size L or XL in gloves, this works well for me with the size of my hand.) as for females if you have a small hand, this works snug like a bug! You know the saying, if the shoe fits, wear it! Overall, if you're not trying to shell out too much for a nice gaming mouse, the Orochi is for you. Razer has done a good job over the years making mouses incredibly great, as well as the software to make the fine tweaks with Synapse.

    Posted by MatthewF

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Mouse I've had

    The Razer Orochi V2, is one of the best mice I've had. Originally used to use a wired razer mouse (Razer Viper) It was the best mouse that I had ever used. It felt great and was incredible for gaming. But as I upgraded my setup I needed a mouse that was wireless and also had Bluetooth connectivity. I found this boy on Best Buys website when it was on sale and it was perfect. Not only was it in the best color to match my setup it was at a great price. The packaging was razer as usual. The quality of the mouse was incredible. The button presses were nice and comfortable. Using it with Bluetooth pairing was quick and easy, (Laptop Was the Dell XPS) For gaming this mouse works perfectly. I have tested it on games such as Minecraft, Fortnite, and COD. Its battery life seems nice as I haven't needed to replace it yet unlike my other wireless work mouses. Overall it's a great device and razer hasn't disappointed me yet.

    Posted by NightMareVitesse

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good affordable wireless mouse

    I bought this mouse over Christmas when it was on sale. It's my first wireless mouse and I'm glad I made the jump. It's quite light. It can use both AA and AAA batteries which is brilliant. I like the mousewheel, it's satisfying and doesn't collect dirt like my old Logitech mouse. My main gripes are that the mouse wheel doesn't have tilting and and no endless scroll.

    Posted by NorthJerseyFamily