Razer Imperator 2012 Expert Dual Sensor Gaming Mouse Review

/ 5 years ago


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Razer have tried to create one of the best mice possible with the Imperator 2012. They have incorporated two sensors in what they call the 4G Dual Sensor System which gives a very impressive 6,400 DPI and should allow it to track on any surface due to the combination of an Optical and Laser Sensor.

You may have already heard of the Razer Imperator, as the name has been around for some time, originally in the form of a 3.5G sensor mouse with a DPI of 5,600. This has as such been super seeded by this newer 4G 2012 Imperator mouse and we applaud Razer for being so bold and always trying to improve their products.

There is no question that Razer is at the forefront of the gaming world, and as such recently acquired the much coveted licence from EA to produce Battlefield 3 products, certainly a sign of their greatness. They have already announced 6 new Battelfield 3 peripherals, on top of a list of several big new products, including, the Razer Tiamat, the Razer Electra and many more. We are certainly expecting a lot from Razer in the next few months.

Today, however, is the turn of the Razer Imperator 2012 Gaming Mouse.


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  • gaetan

    Great review, although as "non Razer mouse owner", I find most of their mouse to look very similar.

  • omega3504

    no?… their mouses all look very different. Your probably just looking at it in the wrong way lol. Still not sure i want the imperator, it doesn't really look like an fps mouse (silly reason not to buy lol) and the Deathadder is still recognized as the best fps gaming mouse ever.

  • rrplay

    I have an older Razer Imperator mouse and think that it works pretty good. I like that the thumb position is adjustable and comfortable.some times find it to be a bit to light in weight.Thanks for the review and comments.