Razer Orochi Bluetooth Mouse Review (For MacBook Pro & Windows)

by Alvin Poh | Sat, Jan 23, 2010

Real Reviews


I was a Windows user for almost 20 years. First with MS-DOS, and progressing till Windows XP, I decided to make the switch to a Mac, and with it, made the choice to go completely wireless with my keyboard and mouse. At first, I decided to keep it all under one roof and get an Apple bluetooth keyboard and Apple bluetooth mighty mouse, but I ended up being disgusted with the might mouse’s performance and feel, and only kept the keyboard.

Since then, I bought a Radtech BT600 full-sized bluetooth mouse, but that had bluetooth issues with my Mac. Finally, I found out that Razer had a bluetooth gaming mouse that could be used on both Windows and Mac, called the Razer Orochi after the fabled snake in Japanese folklore. It didn’t take long before I decided to take the leap and buy the Razer Orochi Bluetooth Gaming Mouse from Amazon.

The packaging that the Razer Orochi arrived in was gorgeous and bordered on extravagant. It even came with a certificate welcoming me to the “Cult of Razer”. Granted, it’s a gaming mouse and Razer’s developing a brand, but even that seems to be pushing the envelope a little too much. Other that that, it had a fresh set of Energiser AA batteries, a USB cord, and a travel pouch for the mouse. And a ton of manuals – just check out the picture, there’s like 5 little booklets included.

Everything is cool with this mouse. Even inserting the batteries is cool – you take the entire top cover of the Razer Orochi off, and you slot in the batteries, kind of like inserting shells into a futuristic mini shotgun. Bluetooth connectivity is easy too, my Macbook Pro immediately detected the Razer Orochi, and I was using it within seconds of having setup the connection.

The mouse sleeps and wakes up without problems, and tracking is excellent, with all movement and clicks registered properly. I was actually thinking that I would never ever use the included USB cable, but it turns out that the Razer Orochi can actually have a blue glowing scrollwheel, but the problem is, your Razer Orochi needs to be connected via wire before you can configure the settings. And to get the settings, you’ll need to download the free Razer configuration software. This is offered for both Mac and Windows, so it’s fine, but it’s just that I already had the USB Overdrive software, and it would have been nice if it could have come with it turned on by default (I know, it’s just a glowing blue scrollwheel, but it’s so much cooler!).

The wire that comes with the Razer Orochi is pretty cool too – it’s unlike the typical USB cables that you get with other peripherals. The USB cable that comes with the Razer Orochi actually looks cool and has gold-plated connections, and a nice little cap for the USB end. The end that goes into the mouse itself is contoured and fits into the Orochi so that it’s flush with the surface. Pretty cool.

If that wasn’t enough, the cable’s black and has a braided shield too.

One of the weird things that I experienced with the Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse is that it works fine on my table, but doesn’t work if I use it on a piece of paper, nor on a mousepad. That’s pretty important to me, because my table’s surface actually gets worn out if I use my mouse directly on it. I’m pleased to say that the Razer Orochi does not have this problem, and it works excellently on paper, mousepads, and my table surface.

Dirt and grime doesn’t show up on the surface of the Razer Orochi too, even after 2 weeks of use. With a white mouse, especially with the Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse, dirt and grime show up after just a day of use. The surface of the Razer Orochi is this smooth kinda-rubberised texture, that’s incredibly comfortable and looks really good.

Is this mouse worth the money? Definitely. This is the third bluetooth mouse that I bought, and I am happy because I have finally found a comfortable, functional, good-looking bluetooth mouse that works with my Macbook Pro. Get the Razer Orochi Bluetooth Gaming Mouse from Amazon.

Similar Posts:

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

This post was written by:

- Alvin Poh lives in Singapore, and is interested in marketing, techy stuff, and likes to just figure out how the two can work with each other. He can also be found on Google+.

Get Alvin's Report On How To Blog Successfully - Free!

12 Comments For This Post

  1. valentineideas Says:

    It should be able to, but the best thing you can do is download the software and try it out to make sure.

  2. ronley Says:

    Seems like a good investment based on your review. I hope I can have one of those in the near future. Just wanna replace my ps2 mouse.

  3. Alvin Poh Says:

    I highly recommend it! Loving the mouse so far, and after 2 bluetooth mice, it's refreshing

  4. ronley Says:

    Will try this as soon as I have one of it. Looks pretty cool and I love its design.

    By the way, is this blog of yours open for link exchanges? I have a pr2 .org site for link ex. Thanks.

  5. Koolau Says:

    you forgot to mention important facts:
    1) How many buttons?
    2) programmable?
    3) switch to turn off during transport?

    I like having buttons dedicated to close windows, enter, enlarge/reduce text, back, expose all windows. Still haven't found a mouse with enough buttons for all that.

  6. Alvin Poh Says:

    it has 7 buttons that are programmable, and has an off/on switch…but doesn't seem enough to support your needs….you need this my friend http://www.amazon.com/Razer-Naga-Laser-Gaming-M

  7. rushrazors415@gmail.com Says:

    Is the mouse lag every times it active from sleep mode?

  8. Alvin Poh Says:

    Not that I've experienced, it's pretty responsive

  9. hennwei Says:

    hi there. just wanted to check its been over a year since you wrote this post.. just wondering are you still using the orochi? hows the wear and tear been? am considering getting one now.. Thanks.

  10. Alvin Says:

    I used it for about a year, and sold it off. Using a logitech now because I needed to use it with a keyboard. The Orochi is pretty good imho

  11. Teddy Says:

    is this just for desktop use? or can it be used on the couch in bed not so smooth surfaces? im using a logitech M305 but want to upgrade to bluetooth the logitech works prettymuch everywhrere and i love it because of that. i travle so i use it on my lap or a rug on a bed in a hotell ect.

  12. Alvin Says:

    Yeah the orochi has no problems with those other surfaces too

171 Trackbacks For This Post

  1. Orange Lake » Blog Archive » The Best Bluetooth Mouse Says:

    […] This is a very good mouse! It has both a wired and wireless mode (via Bluetooth), so it provides you the most effective of both worlds. The Razer Orochi is lighter, smaller and has a flawless bluetooth connection. The feel of the Razer Orochi is ideal, and is extremely responsive (no surprise – it's a gaming-grade mouse). I did not purchase this mouse on the basis that it looks cool – I had been using a Logitech VX Nano for over two years now, and found that the mouse had developed a barely sluggish response. It simply wasn't as responsive as before, and someday clicking on it could not even register. The micro USB receiver was a nice contact because it was so convenient and unobtrusive, but after so much use, it had also developed a slight rattle or “looseness”, so I figured that it's time for me to get a brand new mouse. I needed to consider a Logitech once more, but I wished to see what else the market had to offer, and I came across other mice such as the RadTech BT600, and Logitech M555b. They appeared like crap. The one Bluetooth mouse that I discovered that regarded good, works nicely, and comes from a good producer was the Razer Orochi. It comes with great configuration software program as properly, and I am very, very pleased with my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. There's more though, see for yourself at this Razer Orochi review. […]

  2. Blue Moon » Blog Archive » What's A Good Mouse For the PC Says:

    […] This can be a very good mouse! It has each a wired and wireless mode (through Bluetooth), so it gives you the perfect of each worlds. Properly guess what, the Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse simply blows the Logitech VX out of the water! The texture of the Razer Orochi is ideal, and is extraordinarily responsive (no shock – it is a gaming-grade mouse). I did not purchase this mouse on the idea that it seems to be cool – I had been utilizing a Logitech VX Nano for over two years now, and found that the mouse had developed a slightly sluggish response. It simply wasn't as responsive as earlier than, and sometime clicking on it will not even register. The micro USB receiver was a nice touch as a result of it was so convenient and unobtrusive, however after a lot use, it had additionally developed a slight rattle or “looseness”, so I figured that it is time for me to get a brand new mouse. I wished to consider a Logitech again, however I needed to see what else the market had to provide, and I got here throughout other mice such because the RadTech BT600, and Logitech M555b. They seemed like crap. The only Bluetooth mouse that I discovered that regarded good, works effectively, and comes from a good producer was the Razer Orochi. It comes with great configuration software program as properly, and I am very, very proud of my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. There's more though, see for yourself at this Razer Orochi review. […]

  3. Flat Tent » Blog Archive » What's A Good Mouse For the Mac Says:

    […] software program as effectively, and I'm very, very proud of my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. Razer Orochi reviews show just why you need to get this amazing mouse, […]

  4. Elegant Stove » Blog Archive » What's A Good Mouse For the PC Says:

    […] software program as properly, and I am very, very happy with my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. This review of the Razer Orochi mouse gives you more information about this incredible […]

  5. Fancy Woman » Archiwa bloga » What's A Good Mouse For the Mac Says:

    […] This can be a very good mouse! It has each a wired and wi-fi mode (via Bluetooth), so it gives you the best of each worlds. Nicely guess what, the Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse simply blows the Logitech VX out of the water! The texture of the Razer Orochi is perfect, and is extraordinarily responsive (no surprise – it's a gaming-grade mouse). I didn't buy this mouse on the idea that it looks cool – I had been using a Logitech VX Nano for over years now, and found that the mouse had developed a barely sluggish response. It simply wasn't as responsive as before, and someday clicking on it will not even register. The micro USB receiver was a pleasant contact as a result of it was so convenient and unobtrusive, but after so much use, it had additionally developed a slight rattle or “looseness”, so I figured that it's time for me to get a new mouse. I wished to think about a Logitech once more, however I needed to see what else the market had to provide, and I came across other mice such as the RadTech BT600, and Logitech M555b. They seemed like crap. The only Bluetooth mouse that I discovered that appeared good, works properly, and comes from a good producer was the Razer Orochi. It comes with great configuration software program as effectively, and I'm very, very happy with my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. For more information, read more of the Razer Orochi review. […]

  6. Panicky Plant » The Best Bluetooth Mouse Says:

    […] software program as properly, and I'm very, very proud of my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. Razer Orochi reviews show just why you need to get this amazing mouse, now. Posted in Blog on 3月 31st, 2010 RSS 2.0 […]

  7. Red Tent » Blog Archive » New Gaming Mouse Says:

    […] very, very proud of my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. Don't take my word for it, read what this review of the Razer Orochi says about […]

  8. Gifted Clam » Blog Archive » What's A Good Mouse For the PC Says:

    […] very happy with my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. Don't take my word for it, read what this review of the Razer Orochi says about […]

  9. Chubby Morning » Blog Archive » New Gaming Mouse Says:

    […] very, very pleased with my Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse. For more information, read more of the Razer Orochi review. Posted in Blog Tags: bluetooth, computer mouse, laptop computer, logitech vx nano, looseness, […]

  10. The Best AAA/AA Battery Charger – The La Crosse BC-700 Review | Alvin Poh's Blog Says:

    […] months ago when I got my AA battery-powered Razer Orochi bluetooth mouse, I didn’t know a thing about rechargeable batteries. That being the case, I […]

  11. Geekcowboy.com » Blog Archive » fine control of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many consumer’s hands, with a number […]

  12. high quality management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the user’s hands, with a […]

  13. The mouse, a pointing system Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s hands, with a number of […]

  14. fine management of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many person’s palms, with one or […]

  15. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the user’s hands, with a number […]

  16. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s fingers, […]

  17. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many person’s fingers, with […]

  18. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  19. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the user’s fingers, with one […]

  20. tremendous management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  21. The mouse, a pointing gadget Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many person’s palms, with a number […]

  22. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many user’s palms, with one or more […]

  23. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse | angryevilrobot.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  24. fine control of a graphical user interface with a mouse :riteyo comments Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s palms, with one […]

  25. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse « Philammm.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s arms, with a […]

  26. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many person’s fingers, with one or […]

  27. wonderful management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many person’s arms, with a […]

  28. The mouse, a pointing device | arizonataxrevolt.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s palms, with one or more […]

  29. The mouse, a pointing machine | therapyiseffinexpensive.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s hands, with a […]

  30. Detecting 2-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  31. high quality management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | religec.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s arms, with a number […]

  32. superb control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many user’s palms, with one or […]

  33. high quality control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s palms, with a number […]

  34. Computer-Mag.com » Detecting 2-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the consumer’s hands, with one […]

  35. Texaradoan.com» Blog Archive » The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many person’s palms, with a number […]

  36. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse | supporteveryday.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many user’s arms, with a number […]

  37. effective control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s palms, with one […]

  38. effective management of a graphical user interface with a mouse | lastkarrde.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many consumer’s hands, with one or […]

  39. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse | linuxforclinics.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  40. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the consumer’s palms, with one or […]

  41. Point-News.com» Blog Archive » tremendous management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many consumer’s fingers, […]

  42. The mouse, a pointing machine | Netbloggerz.org Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s arms, with a number of […]

  43. The mouse, a pointing machine | winedownpdx.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the person’s hands, with one or more […]

  44. The mouse, a pointing device | marcadorfinal.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many consumer’s hands, with a […]

  45. fantastic management of a graphical person interface with a mouse | itnetsubway.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s arms, with a number […]

  46. fine control of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the user’s fingers, with one or more […]

  47. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many consumer’s hands, with […]

  48. The mouse, a pointing system » Have A Nice Road Trip Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s palms, with one or […]

  49. fine control of a graphical user interface with a mouse | mncardio.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s fingers, with one […]

  50. parishtoolbox.org » Blog Archive » Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s arms, with a […]

  51. wonderful management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  52. The mouse, a pointing system « multimediadev.net Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s hands, with a […]

  53. flavor-cup.com » Blog Archive » Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s hands, with a number […]

  54. superb management of a graphical user interface with a mouse | rodeorubylove.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many person’s hands, with one or […]

  55. wonderful control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | itnetsubway.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s fingers, with one or more […]

  56. The mouse, a pointing gadget | theintegrityinstitute.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the consumer’s hands, with one […]

  57. The mouse, a pointing gadget | religec.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the user’s fingers, with a number […]

  58. parishtoolbox.org » Blog Archive » Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the user’s fingers, with one or […]

  59. advantageous control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s palms, with one or […]

  60. The mouse, a pointing device | akfnica.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s palms, with a number of […]

  61. Bee Square » Detecting 2-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s fingers, with one or […]

  62. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s arms, with one or more […]

  63. The mouse, a pointing gadget Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s palms, with one or […]

  64. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s arms, with one or […]

  65. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s fingers, with a number of […]

  66. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the consumer’s hands, with one […]

  67. The mouse, a pointing gadget | sickabodsane.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  68. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s palms, with one or more […]

  69. The mouse, a pointing system Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s fingers, with a […]

  70. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s fingers, with […]

  71. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many user’s hands, with one or […]

  72. champcommunications.com » Blog Archive » The mouse, a pointing gadget Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many user’s hands, with a number of […]

  73. fine control of a graphical user interface with a mouse | iamnotokwiththat.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s fingers, with a […]

  74. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s arms, with a […]

  75. positive management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s fingers, with one […]

  76. withinamothersarms.com » Blog Archive » tremendous management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  77. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  78. advantageous management of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s hands, with one […]

  79. nice management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | documentready.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s arms, with a number of […]

  80. The mouse, a pointing machine | bollycreations.net Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s fingers, with a number of […]

  81. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s palms, with one or […]

  82. champcommunications.com » Blog Archive » Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s palms, with a […]

  83. high quality control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | tfelton.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  84. fine control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many person’s palms, with a […]

  85. high quality management of a graphical person interface with a mouse | prociclismoxalapa.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s palms, with a […]

  86. Wiseoutdoorilluminations.com » Blog Archive » fine control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many user’s fingers, with a […]

  87. The mouse, a pointing system Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s arms, with a […]

  88. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s arms, with a number […]

  89. fine management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many user’s arms, with one […]

  90. fine control of a graphical person interface with a mouse » realtalkro.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s arms, with one […]

  91. The mouse, a pointing gadget Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s arms, with one […]

  92. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the consumer’s palms, with one or […]

  93. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s arms, with one or […]

  94. The mouse, a pointing device | 027tl.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many person’s hands, with one or […]

  95. wonderful control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s palms, with a […]

  96. Provincesigma.org » Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s hands, with […]

  97. Rischio » Blog Archive » fine management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many user’s arms, with a number of […]

  98. The mouse, a pointing system | jerseyjoe08.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  99. Texaradoan.com» Blog Archive » Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s hands, with a […]

  100. high-quality control of a graphical person interface with a mouse | dearcaptainobvious.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s palms, with one […]

  101. high-quality management of a graphical person interface with a mouse « multimediadev.net Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many consumer’s palms, with a […]

  102. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s fingers, with a […]

  103. high-quality control of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s arms, with a number of […]

  104. effective management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | virtuevision.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many person’s hands, with one or […]

  105. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse | acmsyrpd.org Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the person’s arms, with one […]

  106. effective control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | smartbykrae.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many consumer’s palms, with […]

  107. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many user’s palms, with a number […]

  108. The mouse, a pointing system | 14laura.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s palms, with […]

  109. wonderful control of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many user’s palms, with one or […]

  110. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the consumer’s hands, with a number […]

  111. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many person’s fingers, with a […]

  112. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the user’s fingers, with a […]

  113. positive management of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  114. The mouse, a pointing gadget Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many consumer’s hands, with a […]

  115. tremendous management of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the user’s arms, with a number of […]

  116. The mouse, a pointing gadget | rajith.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the user’s palms, with a […]

  117. wonderful management of a graphical user interface with a mouse | Myescapestudios.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many consumer’s palms, with one […]

  118. The mouse, a pointing device | help-forums.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s palms, with one or more […]

  119. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s palms, with a number […]

  120. positive control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | sickabodsane.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many consumer’s palms, with one or […]

  121. flavor-cup.com » Blog Archive » The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the person’s fingers, with […]

  122. high-quality control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | tfelton.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s arms, with a […]

  123. The mouse, a pointing gadget - dillengerproductions.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many user’s fingers, with a […]

  124. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many person’s hands, with a […]

  125. Detecting 2-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s fingers, with a […]

  126. tremendous control of a graphical user interface with a mouse | sakeswap.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many person’s arms, with […]

  127. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s fingers, with a […]

  128. advantageous management of a graphical person interface with a mouse | vanportlander.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s arms, with one […]

  129. fantastic management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | Netbloggerz.org Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s arms, with one or […]

  130. The mouse, a pointing machine - haikuforyou.org Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the person’s hands, with one or […]

  131. The mouse, a pointing machine Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of many consumer’s palms, with one […]

  132. The mouse, a pointing gadget | cimarronculturalcafe.net Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s hands, with […]

  133. positive management of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s hands, with a […]

  134. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse | prociclismoxalapa.org Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s hands, with one […]

  135. The mouse, a pointing device Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the person’s palms, with a number of […]

  136. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many person’s hands, with one […]

  137. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse | krstoarsenijevic.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the person’s arms, with one […]

  138. wonderful control of a graphical user interface with a mouse | thesfsite.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many user’s fingers, with a […]

  139. Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse | dearcaptainobvious.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s arms, with one […]

  140. superb control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the consumer’s arms, with a […]

  141. fantastic control of a graphical user interface with a mouse » Museumdg.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the consumer’s palms, with a number […]

  142. advantageous control of a graphical user interface with a mouse | giftdeliverynow.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s hands, with a number of […]

  143. The mouse, a pointing device | bingsters.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s hands, with one or more […]

  144. effective control of a graphical person interface with a mouse | yorktonsoccer.com Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s fingers, with a […]

  145. UuVareations » Detecting two-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of the user’s palms, with a number […]

  146. fantastic management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse » freesummerfest.org Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s hands, with one or […]

  147. fantastic control of a graphical user interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of the person’s hands, with a […]

  148. Best Bluetooth Mouse - Joys Of Using A Great Mouse Says:

    […] then you’ll need a good mouse. In fact, you should go wireless – see more about the best bluetooth mouse here. This is true even if you are just using your computer for Facebook. As claimed by Facebook, […]

  149. Reading Addiction » Using a Bluetooth Mouse With Facebook Says:

    […] Facebook productivity and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that using a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse here) produces even better […]

  150. The mouse, a pointing system Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the consumer’s arms, with a […]

  151. Improving Facebook Productivity With The Right Bluetooth Mouse | shermanarts.org Says:

    […] Fb productiveness and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that utilizing a bluetooth mouse (see the bluetooth mouse review here) produces even better […]

  152. positive management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | bingsters.com Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the user’s palms, with a number […]

  153. Increasing Facebook Productivity With The Right Bluetooth Mouse | toygunsounds.com Says:

    […] you Fb productiveness and efficacy 306%? Research have proven that using a bluetooth mouse (see a bluetooth mouse review right here) produces even higher […]

  154. Bettering Facebook Productivity With The Best Computer Mouse | lin-yuan.org Says:

    […] productivity and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that utilizing a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse right here) produces even higher […]

  155. Increasing Facebook Efficiency With The Right Wireless Mouse | hagigat.org Says:

    […] you Fb productiveness and efficacy 306%? Research have shown that using a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse here) produces even better […]

  156. Increasing Facebook Efficiency With The Best Bluetooth Mouse | ddsb.net Says:

    […] Fb productivity and efficacy 306%? Research have shown that utilizing a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse right here) produces even higher […]

  157. the significance of having a good bluetooth mouse | ngopedia.net Says:

    […] need a superb mouse. In actual fact, you need to go wireless – see more concerning the best bluetooth mouse here. This is true even in case you are simply utilizing your computer for Facebook. As claimed by […]

  158. tremendous control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of many person’s fingers, with […]

  159. Improving Facebook Efficiency With The Correct Wireless Mouse | 10000miles.com Says:

    […] you Fb productiveness and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that using a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse here) produces even higher […]

  160. Bettering Facebook Efficiency With The Right Wireless Mouse | yesonaventura.org Says:

    […] Facebook productivity and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that utilizing a bluetooth mouse (see a bluetooth mouse review here) produces even higher […]

  161. Increasing Facebook Productivity With The Right Computer Mouse | carmen-sanchez.com Says:

    […] Fb productiveness and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that utilizing a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse here) produces even better […]

  162. Increasing Facebook Productivity With The Correct Wireless Mouse | jiaozhousuji.com Says:

    […] you Fb productiveness and efficacy 306%? Research have shown that using a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse here) produces even higher […]

  163. Detecting two-dimensional movement with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: best bluetooth mouse. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s arms, with a number of […]

  164. Improving Facebook Productivity With The Correct Bluetooth Mouse | shopofhealing.com Says:

    […] you Fb productivity and efficacy 306%? Studies have shown that utilizing a bluetooth mouse (see the best bluetooth mouse here) produces even better […]

  165. the significance of having a good computer mouse | ilooklikeme.com Says:

    […] want an excellent mouse. In reality, it is best to go wireless – see more in regards to the best bluetooth mouse here. This is true even in case you are simply utilizing your computer for Facebook. As claimed by […]

  166. advantageous management of a graphical person interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many consumer’s palms, with a […]

  167. Detecting 2-dimensional motion with a Mouse Says:

    […] motion relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held below one of many user’s palms, with a number of […]

  168. fine management of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: bluetooth mouse review. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held underneath one of the user’s arms, with a […]

  169. wonderful control of a graphical consumer interface with a mouse | orkhon.net Says:

    […] movement relative to its supporting surface. See some articles about mouse, such as this: razer orochi review. Bodily, a mouse consists of an object held beneath one of many user’s palms, with a number […]

  170. the significance of having a good computer mouse | lifepathclass.com Says:

    […] then you’ll need a great mouse. In fact, it is best to go wireless – see more about the best bluetooth mouse here. This is true even in case you are simply utilizing your pc for Facebook. As claimed by […]

  171. the significance of having a good computer mouse | williche.org Says:

    […] want a good mouse. In actual fact, you need to go wi-fi – see extra in regards to the best bluetooth mouse here. This is true even in case you are simply using your laptop for Facebook. As claimed by Fb, […]

Leave a Reply

*