Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse Review

Synapse Software

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse

Software

The Razer Synapse software is one of our favourites, being incredibly versatile and easy to use. Customising your hardware with it is simplicity itself, and the Ouroboros is no different. Pick your button, customise it from the drop-down box and you're good to go.

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse     Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse  

The software handily points out what button is what and has a tooltip to remind you what each button is bound to.

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse     Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse  

As you'd expect from such a high-end mouse, there are five DPI steps available and you can adjust the horizontal and vertical sensitivity separately. Whilst it would be distracting on your desktop, dampening the vertical sensitivity ups your accuracy in FPS', as people tend to be on your level.  

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse     Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse  

As with any wireless mouse it's important to extend the lifespan as long as possible between charges. The Synapse software can be set to darken the lighting and be very aggressive in its timeout speed if necessary. It's all about keeping you fragging for longer.

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse     Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse  

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse Synapse 2.0     Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse Wired Wireless Power  

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Most Recent Comments

11-02-2013, 06:30:16

SieB
I've been looking forward to this review

Now that I know the mouse is good, I think i'm going to get one.
I'm going to wait for it to drop in price first though, £115 is too much for a mouse. £80 is the highest i'm willing to go, seen as you can get a R.A.T 9 for around £70 - £80, which is just as customizable.Quote

11-02-2013, 07:39:54

SeekaX
this looks an awful lot like the R.A.T. mouse.Quote

11-02-2013, 07:46:36

allen
i dont like the look of this like :S i like my taipan which was only £47Quote

11-02-2013, 08:58:14

Ulijin
Quote:
Originally Posted by SieB View Post
I've been looking forward to this review

Now that I know the mouse is good, I think i'm going to get one.
I'm going to wait for it to drop in price first though, £115 is too much for a mouse. £80 is the highest i'm willing to go, seen as you can get a R.A.T 9 for around £70 - £80, which is just as customizable.
It really does look like the R.A.T 9 but without a bunch of optional adjustments and it costs more. Why not just get the Cyborg?Quote

11-02-2013, 09:37:45

SieB
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ulijin View Post
It really does look like the R.A.T 9 but without a bunch of optional adjustments and it costs more. Why not just get the Cyborg?
I like the look of the Ouroboros more than the R.A.T, i'm happy with my Razer Imperator at the moment though, so i'm in no rush to buy one.
I'll just wait till they drop in price or a better mouse is released.Quote
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