Razer Copperhead 2000DPI Laser Gaming Mouse Reviews

November 4th 2005 | Peripherals

Looking for the next killer gaming mouse? It seems that every few months, one will come along and blow us away. Now we are seeing gaming mice that finally have a freakin’ LASER! Today we are taking a look at the new Razer Copperhead, which not only looks awesome, but performs exceptionally.

The Copperhead was made for one thing and one thing only, and that was to be a bad ass gaming mouse. On this front, Razer has succeeded with out a hitch. The feel of this mouse in the games that I play is that of perfection. Great response time along with the ability to switch your DPI settings on the fly makes this mouse an advantage that every gamer should make sure they have.

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I think Razer did a very good job with the Copperhead. They fixed a number of the issues with the Diamondback, improved the looks, and they have finally gotten their scroll wheels up to par. The laser sensor, which is technically impressive and does its job very well, does not have any clear advantages over the 1600 dpi optical sensor from the Diamondback, expect for marketability and its “cool” factor. Both the optical sensor and the laser engine track very well and are accurate on any surface we threw at them, the laser perhaps a bit more so.

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This makes the 3rd Razer mouse I have had the pleasure of testing (Diamondback and Viper) and it is clear that Razer has found what makes a good gamer mouse. The Copperhead has it all, from the ability to store five separate profiles, ability to adjust polling rate as well as the DPI. If you want to be at the top of your game all of the time you have to have the best gear possible, that leaves you with only one choice buy the very best “The Ultimate Killing Machine” The Razer Copperhead 2000 dpi Precision Gaming Mouse.

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Razer Copperhead 2000DPI Laser Gaming Mouse Reviews
Published in: Peripherals on 2005-11-04