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Razer Orochi 2013 Price in Malaysia

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Best price for Razer Orochi 2013 in Malaysia is RM 335.00

You can buy the Razer Orochi 2013 at the lowest price of RM 335.00 from Youbeli. Alternatively, the Razer Orochi 2013 is also sold in Indonesia at Kliknklik with the price of RM 272.00 and Philippines at Pc Bodega with the price of RM 298.00 and Singapore at Qoo10 with the price of RM 296.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of RM 727.00 and Vietnam at khanhtoan.com with the price of RM 285.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

Razer Orochi 2013 Price by Country

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 965.000 MYR 272.00
Malaysia MYR 335.00 MYR 335.00
Philippines PHP 3,999.00 MYR 298.00
Singapore SGD 100.00 MYR 296.00
Thailand THB 5,836 MYR 727.00
Vietnam VND 1.665.000 MYR 285.00

Razer Orochi 2013 Specs

Razer Orochi 2013 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelOrochi 2013
DateApr 2014
Input device
Device interfaceBluetooth
PurposeGaming
Scroll typeWheel
Movement detection technologyLaser
Movement resolution6400 DPI
Recommended usagePC
Scroll
Bluetooth version3.0
Design
Form factorAmbidextrous
Colour of productBlack

Razer Orochi 2013 Expert Reviews

trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-28
Very portable, Good tracking, Slick, ergonomic design, Great softwareMissed out on 5G sensor, Small for a gaming mouse, Slightly overpriced
What is the Razer Orochi 2015? Razer has shown interest in on-the-go gaming with the svelte Razer Blade and Razer Blade Stealth laptops, but mobile gamers also need a mouse to pair with their luggable rigs. Enter the Razer Orochi (2015), a small, wireless...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-14
We have four portable keyboards and a quartet of gaming mice that could turn heads at your next LAN party. We put the boards through a number of performance-oriented metrics, and handed the hardware off to some gamer friends for their opinions, too. The...
cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-01-16
Portable size, Good wired performance, Bluetooth performance good for application use, Ambidextrous, Highly customisable,Bluetooth adds perceptible lag during gameplay, Driver control panel not usable in Bluetooth mode, Small size could mean discomfort during long play sessions, Macro support limited to 16 entries,
The Orochi is smaller than your usual mouse, as it's built for laptop use. This is emphasised by the short cable — it's meant to be used in short proximity to the machine. Thankfully for those who find this an issue, the cable can be removed and the mo...
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MotherBoards.org
Reviewed on 2011-07-27
Laptop and gaming are two words that probably do not belong next to each other in a sentence for most people. However, most college kids today do some intense gaming with their laptops late through the night. And this is the target audience ...
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channelpronetwork.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-27
Laptop and gaming are two words that probably do not belong next to each other in a sentence for most people. However, most college kids today do some intense gaming with their laptops late through the night. And this is the target audience for the mobile...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2010-12-19
In hopes of making mobile gaming even easier, Razer with its Orochi gaming mouse utilized Bluetooth 2.0 technology to make it happen. For $79.99, mobile PC gamers will enjoy a mouse with both wireless and wired play capability with what Razer calls "ga...
lanoc.org
Reviewed on 2010-07-06
When it comes to mice for a gaming laptop, you're stuck deciding between a normal, non-gaming mouse or full-size, desktop gaming mouse. When the goal is portability, every component counts and although a full size mouse isn’t too large, it does add up....
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overclock3d.net
Reviewed on 2010-04-23
When you decide to purchase a computer there are two main choices that have to be made. Do you go for a Desktop system which has the benefit of being hugely powerful for your money and upgradable, but a bit of a non-transportable monolith. Or do you go...
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overclockersclub.com
Reviewed on 2010-04-22
The 3G laser sensor on the Orochi only allowed the mouse to have up 4000DPI, which is fine for the everyday usage, but when it comes down to using it as a gaming mouse, you may notice a few performance hits if you are the type of person that likes to have your DPI settings cranked all the way up. The compact size was not very comfortable for a gaming session, but if..
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atomicmpc.com.au
Reviewed on 2010-03-11
We have bit of a love-hate relationship with Razer gear. The ubiquitous black-rubber clad, blue-LED lit gaming gear has earned everything from our Epic Fail award to a near-permanent spot in our prestigious KitLog; sometimes the company gets it right, ...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2010-02-03
Like many of Razer’s mice, the Orochi boasts a 3G infrared sensor, which has a sensitivity of up to 4000dpi (2000dpi in wireless mode), and a 1000 Hz ultrapolling rate. The downloadable driver is also akin to the rest of the Razer..
tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2009-12-18
We tested nine mice to find out which one is the best for each type of gamer. Each mouse has been scored, but we come away with the opinion that each mouse was well-built, well-thought-out, and well-designed. The Razer Orochi, Razer Naga, and SteelSeri...
appletell.com
Reviewed on 2009-12-12
Now I’m going to geek out for a bit, since that’s what Razer wants me to do; the box for their Orochi Bluetooth laser gaming mouse is indication enough of that. It’s all Matrix green and black with silver accents. It showcases the Orochi as if it were...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2009-12-08
Mobile WarriorRazer is a brand that has become synonymous with gaming. Ever since its inception, the company has been dedicated to churning out the best gaming peripherals. Previously, Razer made history by releasing its first ever wireless gaming mous...
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