Razer Orochi Mobile Mouse
In keeping with the small nature of the Orochi mouse, Razer have gone for very small packaging. The plastic used is slightly on the thin side but you wont be needing it for transport as we'll see soon.
The right side has the obligatory RazerGuy comment which is marketing blurb disguised as something easy to digest.
The back has the standard feature set we all expect to see. With the mouse and plastic removed we have the de rigueur Razer green, but with a really cool design. If you were a major Razerhead it would look epic on the side of a case.
As you can see the Orochi itself follows the standard Razer design which we all like so much. Although it's irrational as you rarely see your mouse, nonetheless the aggressive lines of the front really are aesthetically pleasing.
For the southpaws amongst you'll be glad to know that the Orochi is ambidextrous.
Flipping the mouse over we have an impossible to miss guide to how to pair the mouse with your PC or Mac. With that removed we have the centre-mounted sensor and the vital on/off button to save your valuable battery life.
At the rear of the packaging is the always impressive collection of Razer goodies. Although the content is fairly commonplace, it's the quality of execution that is so impressive. Nobody would ever confuse it for anything but Razer.
Also included is a very high quality case to carry the mouse around it that fits it snugly and will protect it well.
Without anything to compare it with you'd be forgiven for wondering exactly what makes this a laptop mouse rather than a standard gaming mouse. So for size comparison purposes we put it against the outstanding Imperator we reviewed recently.
The Imperator is a decent sized mouse, not huge but not designed for the more feminine hand, but still the Orochi looks miniscule in comparison.
As you can see from the front view it really is just a shrunk version of the easily recognisable Razer shape.
Hopefully this reduction in size without much adaptation of the design doesn't cause ergonomic issues.