Ever since the first appearance of gaming mice, Razer has without a doubt been one of the largest names. Ever since their first models they've been pumping out successful models one after another, and this time their newcomer - the Imperator - came to our tests.
Package & Specs
Following Razer's rather flashy packaging theme also the Imperator comes in a stylish dark-colored box with an opening door to reveal the mouse itself. With all the details printed around the box, everything's fine over here.
- Ergonomic right hand design
- Adjustable side buttons
- 5600 DPI Razer Precision 3.5G laser sensor
- Razer Synapse on-board memory
- Up to 200 inches per second / 50 G acceleration
- Seven buttons
- 1000 Hz polling rate (1 ms response time)
- On the fly sensitivity adjustment
- Approx. size - 123 (L) x 71 (W) x 42 (H) mm
The specifications are what you'd expect from todays' top gaming mouse, 5600 DPI laser sensor is the most accurate out there. The only real special feature, judging by the specifications, is the adjustable thumb buttons.
Inside the packaging is the Imperator, and a huge pile of cardboard including manuals for Mac and Windows-users, driver-CD, a couple of stickers and even a coaster for your gaming beverage of choice.
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