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Razer Orochi V2 Wireless Bluetooth Ultra Light Gaming Mouse $97.71 ($95.41 eBay Plus) Delivered @ Razer_au eBay

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The latest offering of wireless/bluetooth mouse from Razer. Only released this month.

Main features:
* <60g (mouse only) ultra-lightweight design and without dust-collecting honeycomb shell.
* Support either AA or AAA battery.
* 5G advanced 18,000 DPI optical sensor.

Due to its compact shape, I reckon it is more appealing to fingertip/claw gripping styles users despite Razer claims it works for palm grip as well.

https://www.razer.com/gaming-mice/razer-orochi-v2/RZ01-03730...

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    How does this compare to the Viper Ultimate?

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      That's more of a YouTube kind of question. There are a couple of videos on there that answer this.

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    • <60g (mouse only) ultra-lightweight design and without dust-collecting honeycomb shell

    According to Dave2D, the 60g weight is without battery, and the lightest the mouse can be is with a lithium AAA battery. Although I guess the people who care about weight that much already knew that.

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    Nice review from Hardware Canucks:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q28gle-lo4M

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    I would get a G305 at $30 less here

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      I agree G305 is much more budget friendly however there are differences based off watching multiple youtube reviews.
      The shape of Razer Orochi v2 appears improved/superior from an ergonomic perspective, alongside the weight distribution of the battery and total weight is lighter (not that important if you don't game heavily).
      Also as someone who has lost 3 Logitech mouses due to double clicking issues from their Omron switches, I'm reluctant to touch them again. It might be $50 cheaper, but if it's not going to last me more than 2 years, then the savings is lost anyways if this Razer mouse lasts me >4 years. I don't want to deal with RMA either or DIY solder fixes.
      I'd rather pay for a more premium peripheral that should theoretically last longer. Logitech needs to fix their double click issue. If you spend all day on your laptop/PC, then might as well invest in higher quality product for daily use.

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    Does it require blocking the driver using Group Policy to prevent it installing Razer's hideous software because you plugged it in?

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    Great mouse, I bought 2 at release. Weight without battery is 57g, 63g with my AAA.

    It's smaller than a G305, clicks feel much better especially the side buttons.

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      One for each hand?

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        Home and work :)

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    This mouse sucks. I don't know how they get away with advertising it as a gaming mouse. I destroyed it in cod. Didn't stand a chance

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    Only white left. Hmmmm. Do I like white?