The best PC gaming accessories: 13 gaming mice reviewed and rated
Page 10 - Razer Imperator
If you want the best performance, it's time to gear up. In part two of our gaming accessories roundup, we're checking out the best gaming mice that can give you the killer edge.
The Imperator is similar to the DeathAdder in that it is very comfortable in the hand. The second part of the equation though is that the Imperator’s thumb buttons, of which there are two, can be adjusted with a small slide in the bottom of the mouse. So if you’ve got particularly big or small hands, you can easily adjust the mouse for the perfect fit. The mechanism does collect a little finger gunk from time to time, so get in there and clean it. Apart from that, the Imperator includes the adjustable DPI buttons on top of the mouse that the DeathAdder lacks, making it even better tailored for the FPS crowd.
It uses a braided cord, but sadly, probably won’t work too well for left handers. The Razer software and on board memory with multiple profiles allow you to set the mouse up for different games, but it’s pretty quick and easy to set up anyway. The Imperator is supremely comfortable in the hand, with the design of the mouse moving your fingers into slightly grooved finger buttons. There’s a very soft press on the mouse buttons also, so your response time is quicker. Overall, it’s a customisable, comfortable mouse.Available from Razer, retailing for $129.95
.APC rating: 9/10 (Editor's Choice)