The razer headset and keyboard were so amazing, I bought the copperhead
mouse as well. I should have read some reviews…
First, it's $30 dearer in store than online, also there's no choice of
colours in store (green only), so, buy online of course.
Second, there are no functional drivers for most nforce4 mobos. It's been
about 3 months since they released any drivers or firmware for it, and
according to their support staff, it doesn't look too good for anything in the
near future. There are other motherboards unsupported as well, but you'll have
to really hunt through their support system, or email them, to find out which
ones they are.
Third, it skips, the drivers and firmware can't be updated on most systems,
the resolution is way too high, and jitters all over the show. You can lower the
resolution, but for me this was only with the default profiles because the
drivers don't work on any of the systems here. It is an extremely difficult
mouse to use.
Fourth, read this line up of popular mice: http://www.esreality.com/?…
It ranks near the bottom (consistently below the cheaper diamondback, btw),
or simply at the bottom, in all the tests that matter.
In game, it makes RTS games awkward, and unpredictable, since you can't
accurately grab & group units, and the buttons (esp the mouse wheel) are too
jittery. In FPS games it's not as bad, but noticeably lacks the smoothness of
I've gone back to my MX518, and will leave this as a spare.