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Razer KRAIT 1600 dpi Optical Gaming Mouse / Amber

Released on 15 May 2006

Manufacturer: Razer

5.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Reduced to everything necessary. This mouse has been developed especially for real time strategy games. Wear resistant mouse buttons with high tactile response, high resolution for precision and an excellent click rate (actions per minute) optimise your game in total.
  • Up to 1200 APM
  • 1600dpi optical resolution powered by Razer Precision
  • Three programmable ultra-large non-slip buttons with Hyperesponse(TM)
  • 16-bit data channel
  • Zero-acoustic ultraslink teflon feet
  • Always-on instant response
  • On-The-Fly Sensitivity(TM) driver
  • Windows 2000/XP/XP Pro
  • Weight: 365 gms

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)

 Must Buy

| | See all SoulSlayer's reviews (5)

If you like playing games, then you have to buy this mouse, the buttons curve up at the tips to support your fingers, it comes with some good software to create the perfect settings for YOU not for some "average person".

 Serious Buiness

| | See all HezsBoutique's reviews (3)

Ive been using the krait for a solid year now , using it almost everday . Its been working perfectly the drivers install easily and the website is good incase you have lost the disc.

But my main point here is to not fall into the trap of buying the 40-50 odd pound ones , trust me this is good enough to pwn some noobs. Dont fall into the hype buy this !

And by the way you can pick it up for a a lot cheaper i would have a look round before buying this ; )


| | See all Surferosh's reviews (9)

I have been using the Krait for the better part of two years now and i have never had any problem with it. my earlier mouse was a logitech media play.. i still use it, but for remote access to the media player on my laptop.. so that i can play songs and switch them from my kitchen.. hehe..

anyways.. the Krait. good looks in its black finish and the orange lighting.. smooth glide over surfaces and brilliant connectivity to the PC/laptop.... it is a good fit for someone with small hands like mine.. not as ergonomic as i would like to, but i certainly dont feel the cramps as i used to when i play RTS and MMOs... i have not expereinced the 'jump' issue so far.. it is quite sensitive and therefore fast enough.. so it takes sometime to get used to if u havent had a high dpi mouse before... the buttons are high quality and the surface is non-slippable, so your grip on them is very good. it comes with Razer's software taht optimises the settings as u need it.. and on the fly changing of sensitivity is very handy, not taht i have had to use it often..
there are no programmable buttons or tilt on the scroll wheel.. but then do u really need it when u are involved in a skirmish battle in Starcraft or Company of Heroes or levelling up ur character on WoW, GW or LOTRO ?
and for the price that it comes in, i say this is the fastest mouse available in the market for that range....

it is definitely worth a buy and comes highly recommended.

 Good mouse

| | See all Urgentemente's reviews (8)

I got the play exclusive "atomic red" edition of this back in august 2008, and tho at first i missed having the extra buttons (other mouse is a logitech mx510), i soon got used to it.
It looks good in the red, tho it doesn't seem to be listed anymore,
Very comfortable mouse to use (not that the mx510 isn't), and great in games once you get used to it.
However mine has recently developed a small but annoying problem, the rubbery/gel mouse wheel is slipping, if you only use light pressure on it the rubber parts turns with your finger movement, whilst the actually 'click' part that registers the wheel rotation doesn't. Sounds trivial but it's driven me insane, so i'm back with my mx510 until i can get this (hopefully..) replaced.
That issue aside i'd say it's a great mouse.

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