Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition Gaming Mouse

With the release of both Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 a variety of accessories for the computers have came up on the market with these 2 games as themes.

Razer sent us a bunch of their products, and today we take a look at the Imperator gaming mouse with a Battlefield 3 theme. Previously we’ve tested both the Razer Onza and the Scarab gaming pad; so lets find out if this product works as good as the others.

About Razer:

Read more about them on their website, http://www.razerzone.com/about-razer

Specifications:

6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System
Ergonomic right-handed design
Adjustable side buttons
Razer Synapse Onboard Memory
Up to 200 inches per second* /50g acceleration
Seven independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons
On-the-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
Zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet
Approximate Size : 123 mm / 4.85” (Length) x 70 mm / 2.76” (Width) x 43 mm / 1.69” (Height)
Approximate Weight: 139 g / 0.31 lbs

The Product:

Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition Gaming Mouse Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition Gaming Mouse
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A big glossy logo and a big image of the mouse is what covers the front of this box. Inside you will find a folder with a bunch of papers that really don’t have much use 🙂 The mouse itself will come in handy though, and as you can see it has a very nice looking logo printed on it.

Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition Gaming Mouse Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition Gaming Mouse
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The left side of the mouse has a glossy plastic molding for the thumb, the thumb buttons can also be moved back and forth to fit both smaller and bigger hands.

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Comments

  1. Amythompson172 says:

    I bought this keyboard for my fiance as a Christmas gift, and overall
    we’ve enjoyed it. The keyboard itself is fantastic, and the keys have a
    solid feel to them with a nice, even distribution for the backlight.

    Our
    only real issue is the battery life. The batteries fully drain about
    every 10 days or so, and this seems to be regardless of whether or not
    the backlight is on. You can plug in the keyboard via Micro USB, but
    it’s an unnecessary step for an otherwise great keyboard.

    http://www.amazon.com/ROCCAT-Isku-Illuminated-Keyboard-ROC-12-701/dp/B006MO924S?tag=emjay2d-20

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