Packed to the gills with technology.
For day-to-day use, you might not care too much about dpi, G-force handling or polling rates. But if you’re a hardcore gamer, any little edge you can get over your opponents is worth it.
The Razer goes all out to maximise your gaming skills, with a 6,400dpi 4G sensor. You might be wondering what the Imperator is doing with mobile phone technology, but really the 4G sensor here means it’s equipped with a dual optical and laser setup for precision tracking on any surface.
In use, the Imperator is very comfortable, though it’s set up for right-handers only. You can adjust the side buttons forwards and back, but even with our large hands we wished the buttons could be moved further back. The Imperator doesn’t come with adjustable weights and we found it a touch too lightweight for us; however, that’s a matter of personal opinion. The surface is coated in soft-touch plastic, giving a solid grip even with hot or oily hands. Like any good gaming mouse, the dpi is totally adjustable -- you can set custom actions to the buttons and set up multiple gaming profiles.
The included software is excellent and gives control over just about everything you could want, including customising the mouse to your desktop surface and setting the lift-off cut-out height. For the hardcore gamer, the Razer has every last feature you could need, though be prepared to spend almost $100 for the pleasure of owning it yourself.
Special features :
- Excellent software
- Adjustable side buttons
- Braided cord
Pros : Dual sensor, nice feel, high dpi.
Cons : Right-handed, no extra weights, pricey.
Verdict : 8 out of 10. Highly Recommended!
Available from Audion Innovision, retailing for $95