made a name for itself in the gaming community back in the late 1990's with the introduction of the Razer Boomslang mouse. The Boomslang had an advanced DPI rating for its time, and was well liked by many serious gamers. Since then, Razer has followed up with the Diamondback and now their latest offering, the Copperhead. Thanks to the good people at Crazy PC
it is the subject of this review, so let's get right to it and see just how the Copperhead gaming mouse stacks up to the competition.
Features and Specifications (As taken from the Razer website):
2000 DPI Laser Engine Powered by Razer Precision
1000 Hz Ultrapolling with 1 ms response time as compared with 125Hz/8 ms response time used by other conventional gaming mice
32KB Onboard Memory Powered by Razer Synapse
7 independently programmable buttons optimized with Razor's Hyperesponse technology for ultra tactile button feedback and maximum actions-per-minute (APM) gameplay
Zero-Acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet
16 bit data path, as compared to 8 bit and 12 bit data paths used by other conventional mice
High speed motion detection, up to 45ips and 20g / Over 7080 frames per second
Always-On mode pioneered by Razer - the laser engine sensor never powers down to provide instantaneous response at all times during gameplay
Award winning Razer drivers featuring On-the-Fly Sensitivity DPI adjustment pioneered by Razer
Size: 5.04" length x 2.5" width x 1.54" height
GlowPipe non-slip side rails
Ergonomic ambidextrous design
Ultra large non-slip rubber coated mouse buttons
Gold plated USB connector for maximum conductivity
7 foot, lightweight, non-tangle cord
The Copperhead gaming mouse arrived from Crazy PC well packed inside a sturdy shipping box. Inside the shipping box we find the retail box from Razer whose contents are secured inside a clam shell type plastic package.
The retail box contains a manual, a driver disk, and of course the Copperhead gaming mouse.