Some more pictures of the mouse as we take a closer look at it from a different
prospective:

 

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The Razer Copperhead from the front. The 2 ultra large
clicking buttons will be sweet for gamers, providing an easy to reach spot to “fire off some grenades”.

 

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More buttons can be found on the side of this mouse. Now,
side buttons are bigger and easier to click as compared to the older
DiamondBack.

 

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The underside of the mouse with the Copperhead label.

 

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As said before, the Razer Copperhead comes with a 320nm Laser
engine, responsible for the 2000 dpi sensor. Stated here, it is Class 1 laser
and is safe when exposed to eyes.

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Like the DiamondBack, smooth plastic feet are fixed onto
the mouse to provide that extra smoothness when in use. 2 of such feet can be found on each side of the front of the mouse.

 

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The rear portion, has an large piece of feet, to provide
smooth contact between the mouse and the mouse pad.

 

 

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The Razer Copperhead has a good arch on it’s back. Such an
arch would support the palm and provide a comfortable grip to the mouse.
Compared here is the Viper against the Copperhead in terms of height.

 

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The logo on the back of the back of the mouse pulsates
it’s blue glow every now and then. This adds to the cool appeal I suppose.