Pros Good battery life, works with Mac/Windows, Plenty of buttons for a mobile mouse, Nice packaging and comes with a carrying pouch, gaming mode via de-tachable USB cable.
Cons A little small for people with larger hands like me. Price could always be lower :)
Summary This mouse is the best bluetooth mouse that I've ever used. I use it primarily on my Macbook Pro and let me tell you, the Apple Mighty Mouse and the newer Magic Mouse don't even come close to the quality of the Razer Orochi. This is a great mouse for any person looking for a bluetooth mouse that can double as a great gaming mouse, heck I even recommend it to non-gamers especially on Mac because it costs the same as the Apple Mice which are not on the same level.
At the moment the ability to customize the buttons can only be done on Windows, I think they are working on the Mac, but you could change the settings in windows and then use it on Mac OSX as the mouse saves your button configuration. Hopefully they will release this fix soon.
Do yourself a favor Mac users and get this mouse over the Apple ones.
Pros super sensitive
glides across the table
Cons batteries don't last long
doesn't fit rechargeable batteries
small for big hands
Summary I bought the Razer Orochi party for it's design and party for it's specs. It is a beautiful mouse.
The first problem I found was that it didn't fit rechargeable batteries because they're fractionally bigger than non-rechargeable AA's. And it was get through top of the line AA's in a week so I was going to be eating through batteries.
The second problem was it's size. I'm 6"3' and have biggish hands and this guy disappeared in my hand.
My colleague also bought one and because of the Bluetooth battery usage problem he now uses it wired.
Pros -- Super sexy design
-- Plenty of buttons
-- Ring finger has a home
-- Build quality is top notch
-- Blue lights...so cool looking
-- DPI out the roof for a portable
-- Wired/wireless option
Cons -- Side buttons are hard to reach
Summary Hands down...if you want a gaming mouse to go...look no further. This device has perfect measurements (at least for my hands) can be used left or right handed, and performs like a darn dream! To top it all off, the design is beautiful and the build quality it top notch. It's a bit pricey, but once you get over it, there's no turning back...you're hooked. Get Imba! Get Orochi!
Pros Nice plastic materials;
Customizable DPI steps;
USB and Bluetooth;
Hard to disconnect USB cable from mouse;
Laser sensor don't work well on uneven surfaces;
Synapse don't recognize mouse after PC sleep and wake-up on BT;
Hard to connect via BT;
Mouse has problem with wake-up after longer sleep;
Summary For this price it is such a disappointment... batteries last for about 30 hours of work or gaming, even on very low settings. Razer advertises it to work 3 months! Ridiculous, especially with all issues I mentioned in "Cons".
There is a lot about problems with BT connection before mouse updates its firmware, so I was fighting with it a lot... You better connect first via USB and let Synapse update mouse firmware, then change BT settings (there are how-to's on the web), then you can try Bluetooth... Shame on you Razer. My old mouse for 15$ was working longer and less problematic.
Pros --smooth setup
Cons --a little too small
--replacing the batteries is a hassle
--no included adapter for bluetooth
Summary Love this mouse, it's always in my bag when I'm on the go. Since my desktop mouse died, I'm actually using it wired for there too. It is a little on the small side and after a few hours becomes a little tiring on the hands. However, it's the best portable mouse I've ever used.
Although I don't have to do it often, I do wish the batteries were easier to change. As it stands, you need to peel off the top housing of the mouse in order to access the battery chamber. I always feel like I'm going to rip one of the mouse buttons off.