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Submitted by Choc_Salties 1100d ago | review

Review: Razer Imperator 2012 Mouse | Mweb

The Razer Imperator 2012 Edition Gaming mouse is, at first glance, a fairly unassuming mouse. All the things you’d expect on a mouse for gamers seem to be here. Adjustable button associations, adjustable DPI settings. Lights. What makes the Imperator different? Little things – all the little things added to this package makes the Razer Imperator stand out from the crowd. (PC, Tech) 4/5

Choc_Salties  +   1101d ago
Rubber baby! So much of rubber makes all the difference!
bosbvok  +   1101d ago
The addition of a slider to adjust the positions of the side buttons is just brilliant. Well done to Razer for a small, but very clever innovation there. Shows that you think about your designs carefully!
PandaMcBearface  +   1101d ago
Razer know how to build a quality product. Stoked they've moved the side buttons, I've lost many a post with those :/

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