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Reviewed: Razer Copperhead and Diamondback
Producer: Karna LLC
Required System: PC with USB connection
Overall Rating: /
Author: Michael Ahlf
Date: April 22nd, 2006


When Razer were originally founded, they were a "hardcore" company - making high-quality mice for gamers who wanted that extra level of precision for their game. At the time, most mice were the cheap plastic variety.

Razer's entry onto the scene, and the explosion of "high quality" mice from other companies, as well as the emergence of the laser and decline of the ball as a preferred mouse sensing system. Then, Razer started adapting - sending out their own laser-driven mice to the world, and proving that their designers had what it took. The Viper, their first laser model, was a light, fast mouse that I thoroughly enjoyed using.

But Razer doesn't just rest on past achievements, and when I had the opportunity to test out the Copperhead and the Diamondback, I decided to put them through a stress test. As much computer gaming as I could put them through, side by side. As laser mice, they're both quite nice and handle well; ultimately which of them you choose is going to be personal preference based more on the fit to your hand than anything else, but I highly suggest a Razer mouse as the choice for any gamer.

Added:  Saturday, April 22, 2006
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/3

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