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Reviewed on 2014-12-09
Great looks and sturdy construction, Responsive and smooth operation, Easy to use right out of the box, Still has nine programmable keys.Many mice offer more features for better/same price, Side buttons are more than a little twitchy.
With nine macro enabled buttons (with Razer Synapse 2.0), ergonomic design, and a fast 8200dpi sensor, does the ambidextrous Taipan have a place in Razer's lineup? In this Benchmark Reviews article, I will give an overview of this mouse, Razer's Goliathus...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-31
Razer peripherals usually come in black, with occasional alternatives and re-releases with new or updated hardware. While the renowned peripheral company doesn't normally re-release models in different colors, the Razer Taipan White is one of three depart...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-12
However, the Orochi, as much as I like it, is a middle-aged gaming mouse design. And while it' still available from Razer, and it's a great product, there's a new Razer mouse that actually makes the Orochi's tech speca look a bit pedestrian by contrast, w...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-12
So you read my mechanical keyboard round-up last spring, and I finally got you to throw out that rubber-domed piece of garbage you were using, right? Great! But then you plugged in that cheap three-button rodent that came with your computer, didn't you? Y...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-06
When it comes to gaming mice, it's not entirely surprising that it's close to impossible to find a mouse that even remotely fits the aesthetic of Apple. The Razer Taipan is one of the rare gaming mice that is offered in such a shade, and if I'm being comp...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-25
Button options, Mouse wheel, Synapse softwareLED options, Rubber on sides, Thumb buttons require hand shift
The list of gaming devices is growing larger with each passing day. A large number of companies have entered the gaming input arena, already containing some well-known names in the industry. Many PC gamers know one such name, Razer , as the go-to company ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-31
The summer is almost upon us and its coming up to the time where schools close and people sit down to play their favourite video games or spend time touching up family photos. Some people may be deciding on a new rig this summer so below we have a quick r...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-22
Until recently, I had always used the same mouse forever: the classic, three-button optical mouse with nothing special about it. It was, and still is, passable, but my competitive gaming needs are a bit higher these days. Using the keyboard for voice chat...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-26
Extensive software, Precise sensor, Buttons for adjusting sensor resolution on the fly, Unlimited settings profiles, Handles speeds of up to 4.2 m/s, Two thumb buttons on either sideRequires a lot of CPU power in 1000 Hz mode, Glides noisy when you rest your whole hand on the mouse, Scrolls in steps only
Today we're reviewing the Razer Taipan, a mouse that was presented at E3 2012 last June. This mouse is suitable for left- and right-handed users, and has thumb buttons on...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-21
At first I would like to thank Razer for offering me a sample of their Taipan Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for reviewing. About Razer: "Razer is more than just the world's leading brand in gaming. We were founded in 1998 in San Diego, California by ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-04
Every player has their own preferences for their gaming mouse, some like it with more buttons, some like it with glowing LED lights. Regardless on what taste we prefer on our gaming mouse, we always look for something that is simple, so Razer released the...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-23
Ambidextrous design. Comfortable grips. Customization and syncing with Razer Synapse 2.0.Uncomfortable thumb-buttons. Chassis is a bit too low and narrow
Any lefty knows that this is a world made for the right-handed. From automobile gear-shifts to can-openers and scissors, it's tough to find a hands-on experience that's southpaw-friendly. This is especially true of gaming mice, where ergonomic features ar...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-14
Razer is no stranger to gaming mice, having produced some absolute stunners in the past, but most have been aimed at right-handed users. The Taipan is an ambidextrous mouse that should appeal to left- as well as right-handers, thanks to its symmetrical pr...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-14
For as long as we can remember, Razer have been about the most recognisable name in the gaming peripheral arena. Although some of this can be traced to the fact that with the Boomslang they invented the Pro Gamer hardware marketplace, and part is to do...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-04
Razer Taipan Review – It’s been a while since we had a new Razer gaming mouse (the last Razer mouse I reviewed was actually the new Mamba 2012, which wasn’t exactly new).Razer Taipan, their latest gaming mouse (don’t mention the Ouroboros because it’s ...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-27
Can a mouse be sexy? Not a rodent mouse, but a PC gaming mouse — can it? Well if it can, it's because of the Razer Taipan. It's a perfectly symmetrical gaming mouse for right-handed and left-handed gamers alike. And don't think that because it's made to b...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-25
Despite the fact that Razer have a large product catalogue the reality is that regularly they take one model and tweak it for a specific audience, or take an ageing one and bring it up to date. There isnt anything necessarily wrong with this, after all if...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-24
Extremely smooth movement, Superbly sensitive laser, Surprisingly comfortable for an ambidextrous mouse, Completely programmableNot as comfortable as onehanded mice
There are so many flavors of gaming mice that picking the right one is a pretty daunting task. Getting the newest isn't always the best choice, even with the advances in laser tech, Teflon coating, or comfortable design. Buying older models is equally fru...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-23
Ease of Use, Performance: 4/5 Look & Feel: 4/5 Features 4/5 How much I enjoy 4/5Total: 4/5 StarsSide buttons on each side of the ambidextrous design, two top buttons and the usual scroll wheel with middle click button would make this a common ambidextrous...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-18
Razer has made some major inroads with licensed products over the last few years, crafting thoughtful products for StarCraft II, Battlefield 3, and Star Wars: The Old Republic, among others. These products always fall into two categories: existing peripherals that are wrapped in new, game-specific graphics (like the Battlefield 3 version of the BlackWidow Ultimate), or something completely new and unique. The BlackShark falls into the latter category, a headset that was designed specifically to complement the modern warfare themes present in BF3....
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