A new razer mouse idea

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by SodiumMachine, Aug 12, 2017.

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would you like to see this be a thing

  1. yes

    6 vote(s)
    46.2%
  2. no

    5 vote(s)
    38.5%
  3. i would buy it instantly

    2 vote(s)
    15.4%
  1. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

    Recently i just purchased a laptop for school and i needed a mouse for it. I needed a mouse that is wireless and I checked the razer store and all i could find was the orochi, which was 69.99 (a tad out of my price range) so i had to visit the darkside(logitech) and order a mouse from them.
    I think it would be very useful if razer released a more inexpensive wireless on the go mouse. Like maybe a down graded sensor like 8000 dpi. but was really ergonomic. The price would be around 40 or 50 dollars.
    attached is a picture.
    give me your thoughts below
    prototype.jpg
     
  2. RazerReviews

    RazerReviews Member

    i think if you added the grip on the palm kinda like the razer orbweaver it would be pretty comfy
     
  3. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

    yea i agree, my hands sweat really bad when i use a mouse so that would be really useful
     
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  4. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Razer isn't known for budget products.
    They always aim for performance, not budget. (Except when they put a laser sensor in their top mouse -.-)

    With all of that stuff you added into the mouse, it would probably cost more than it already does.

    We're the darkside, not them.
     
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  5. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Active Member

    Razer makes everything with "the best" in mind as their engineering mentality. So every product is equally good in their minds except that each one fulfills a particular niche. They'll never make a downgraded product besides the Tournament Edition lines. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  6. Z4x

    Z4x Active Member

    Do I get this right? Are you whining about 20 bucks?
    I don't think you should be looking at Razer then...
    Sorry!
     
  7. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

    My family isn't exactly rich. I can justify spending 100 bucks on a keyboard, but I usually trash mice so it's not worth it to keep buying 70 or 80 dollar mice. and 20 or 30 bucks isn't exactly a small amount don't be so harsh , jeez
    (do you know how much ramen I could buy with that?)

    Idk may they could make an orochi te with a slightly less nice sensor, something like the sensor in the abyuss.
     
  8. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Active Member

    You can buy a $40 mechanical and never worry about it again. Mice tend to die faster so if you're in the US it helps to do things like bing rewards, surveys, swagbucks, etc. to have some replacement money. There are plenty of good $40 mice too, which is generally the ideal starting range for a decent sensor.
     
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  9. iPaperKill

    iPaperKill New Member

    Razer does not tend to cater to the more "budget" side of peripherals. They are all about quality. If you can't afford to get a Razer product, then don't. Set your priorities straight. There are lots of other good products out there for cheaper. Hope I helped. :D
     
  10. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

  11. Hucast

    Hucast Active Member

    I was just going to say that, they beat you to the punch.
     
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  12. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

    Its got everything i asked for lol, side fins, bluetooth and a wireless reciver and its $50
    thanks @Razer|WolfPack
     
  13. Z4x

    Z4x Active Member

    Yay!
    (^;
    Apparently, Razer is expanding into the office
    (or boardroom as they like to refer to it).
    I'm truly glad your supply of Ramen noodles got saved so swiftly!
     
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