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Razer Krait 2013 Specs

Razer Krait 2013 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelKrait 2013
DateFeb 2014
Input device
Device interfaceUSB
Buttons typePressed buttons
Buttons quantity3
Scroll typeWheel
Movement detection technologyOptical
Movement resolution6400 DPI
Form factorAmbidextrous
Colour of productBlack

Razer Krait 2013 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2008-03-09
When trees and computers were big and mice used balls, they did not differ much in their shape. This difference is much more pronounced now. There were certain classes of mice, and one of the most famous was that to which our product under review belo...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-01
Over the years since Razer brought the gaming world the Boomslang, they have gathered quite a following. Razer has continued to bring mice to gamers and have given the series names of the deadly snakes they were designed after. Mice like the Boomsl...
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Reviewed on 2007-08-16
Razers Krait gaming is somewhat a niche market, with a much smaller frame and body but the market it serves it does very well. If RTS or MMORPGS are your main thing then this is definitely a mouse worth looking at. If you play a lot first-person shoot...
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Reviewed on 2007-07-11
Razer ZoneRazer Krait 1600dpi Gaming Mouse With the vast number of computer parts and peripherals on the market today, there is one main peripheral that connects the user with the heart and soul of their personal computer - the mouse. While some com...
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Reviewed on 2007-01-25
Accurate, Long cord, Comfortable...A little small (I like bigger mice)...
Razer Krait, kind of an odd name if you ask me. When I first heard the name, it had me thinking about a crate of fruit. But this Krait is far from that and is one of Razers newer installments in their performance mouse lineup. Razer was formed in the...
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Reviewed on 2006-12-29
Razer Krait Gaming MouseFeatures of the Razer Krait Gaming MouseRazer gave the budget Krait many of the same features you find on their higher-end gaming mice. You get the excellent Always-on capability that keeps you from catching the mouse napping ...
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Reviewed on 2006-11-29
We’ve traditionally slammed Razer mice because their oversize buttons are too easy to accidentally click and their low-profile ambidextrous design hurts our hands over long sessions. The new Krait ditches the obnoxious, impossible-to-click side buttons...
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Reviewed on 2006-11-29
Razer are known the world over for their high DPI gaming mice and awesome precision mouse mats. Their Copperhead and Boomslang mice are legendary and I am sure there are literally millions of frags that can be acredited to these gaming periperhals. Th...
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Reviewed on 2006-10-25
Ambidextrous design, Light and Ergonomic, High quality1600 dpi optical sensor, Gold plated USB connector, Zero-Acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet, Good software.DPI cant be adjusted without software, No extra buttons.
Computer mice have come a long way since their induction. Back then, there was only white-beige colored, 2 button, ball mouse. Today, we have high sensitivity optical sensors, laser sensors, scroll wheel with tilt feature, 8-10 programmable buttons, go...
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Reviewed on 2006-08-19
Razer Krait Optical Gaming MouseThe packaging is as professional and solid as those from top manufacturers like Logitech or Microsoft. No cheap packaging for a mouse of this pedigree! The design of the mouse itself speaks volumes about the amount of en...
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Reviewed on 2006-08-07
Good performance, Nice design, Teflon feet, Large programmable buttons, 6400 frames per second, Long cable, 1600 DPI, Works on both left and right handedNot laser technology, No other buttons, Slightly pricey
For any gamer, choosing a good gaming mouse is as essential as having the best graphic card or processor Nowadays, gaming mice can be found either made of laser or optical. Although many high end gaming mice are made of laser because the laser’s h...
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Reviewed on 2006-06-28
Comfortable size, Great accuracy, Fully adjustable, Pleasantly uncomplicated, Extra long cordNone
My taste in mice is pretty simple. Up to this point, my favorite mouse is as basic as you can get, the Logitech USB Optical Mouse. It comfortably fits my short stubby fingers. Its not complicated by a lot of programmable buttons that I am always pushi...
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Reviewed on 2006-05-24
The market for gaming-specific PC mice is becoming more saturated and competitive by the day. Logitech has long had a piece of the action with their MX and G series mice, and Creative is making a bid with uniquely-small Fatal1ty branded 1010. Amidst th...
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Reviewed on 2006-05-12
Coming out of the Razer Krait testing, we were admirably impressed yet again, with what the mouse had presented to us in terms of features, quality, and then our actual first-hand experience with the device. The specifications certainly make it an exc...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-02
Quality build, Compact, Precise, Cheap compared to other gaming mice, Long cord, Gold plated USB connector, Nice Orange glow,Only 3 buttons, Like I said earlier, this is a good mouse for gaming. I gave this a go in CS:S as well and it worked fine for me. I dont do a lot of adjusting anyway in games so one DPI setting will work well for those who do not mess around with adjustin......
We are all looking for an edge. I assume if you are visiting our humble site you are either a gamer or a tech junkie and in most cases, you are probably both. Today we have on the review bench, a mouse that both tech heads and gamers can appreciate. W...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Razer has just released a new mouse optimized and aimed for Real-Time Strategy (RTS) games and Massively Multiplayer Online Gaming (MMOG). That mouse is the Razer Krait. Razer was very kind to provide us with a sample so we can check it out. As a gamer...
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