In honor of Tron: Legacy and its upcoming film debut, Razer has tasked itself with building the ultimate Tron gaming mouse. It costs $100 and uses a 5600dpi 3.5g Laser for tracking on almost any surface (I’m currently using it at full speed on a blanket), lights and sounds at startup and shutdown, a high-quality 7-foot USB cable, and 7 “Hyperesponse” buttons. It turns out, upon unboxing it (which you can enjoy seeing below) there’s a packet for the manuals, and a plastic plate with the Disney, Tron: Legacy, and Razer logos on it. Apparently, it doesn’t work as a mouse pad, but instead, a collector’s item.
The mouse is extremely response, and to test it in the right manner, I fired up a game of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and proceeded to have quicker turns, aiming down of gun-sights, and more kills as a result. It’s definitely better than using the trackpad on a laptop; that’s for sure. As for the build quality, I was expecting more (the entire mouse is built out of plastic, no rubber here dudes) but it still is extremely comfortable to use, and the buttons have the perfect amount of click to them.
A full review will be posted in the coming week, but in the meantime, feel free to gaze longingly at the unboxing while I program the buttons to do my bidding.
Tron: Legacy Razer Gaming Mouse Unboxing