Shortly after the launch party, VR-Zone got hold of one of these high end
mouse. We were very interested in this mouse as we wanted to see if it lives up to the hype surrounding it. Unlike the DiamondBack LE, this mouse uses Laser technology to power it’s
2000 dpi sensor engine. This is one big step upwards, considering the
Diamondback LE is only 1600dpi comparatively.
Also, the Copperhead features a 32K onboard non volatile memory. What does
memory have to do with a mouse you might ask? This mouse can retain 5
of your gaming profiles set into the mouse. The next time you plug this same
mouse into a different PC, these profiles can be reloaded with the help of Razer Configurator software. That is quite a smart mouse eh?
On the aesthetics front, the Razer Copperhead is definitely hot. Available in 3
colors, Red, Green or Blue. Unlike the previous generations of Razer mice with
transparent cases, this Copperhead has an opaque body. On the back
of the body is a Razer logo that pulsates a nice glow from time
The Razer Copperhead arrived in our labs.
The Razer Copperhead on a Razer ExactMat mouse pad.
Here are some quick features and specifications of the mouse: