Razer Copperhead High Precision Gaming Mouse - Page 2 of 5
Review By Clay Angelly - October 10, 2005
The Copperhead packaging is very similar to that of the
Diamondback. The only thing missing is the
carrying bag that was included with the
Diamondback. So, as you'll see below there really is no "bundle" to speak
The packaging is nice and sturdy. The attention to detail is a nice touch and what we've come to expect from Razer.
The manual is shaped in a circular die cut with the embossed "three-snake" logo on the cover.
Everything you need to know is well-organized inside.
As you'll see later in this review, the advertised 1,000Hz polling rate is achievable but not without a dose of precaution.
There are freeware utilities available that allow you to change the polling rate
of your USB ports. Doing so is a definite "at your own risk" practice.