Bij 3D Unlimited ligt een review klaar van de Razer Boomslang 2000, een erg exotisch gevormde gaming muis. Hieronder een hap uit de conclusie:
Karna’s Razer Boomslang 2000 does live up to advertised performance in every aspect. However most people interviewed thought $99.99 was too much for a 2000 dpi mouse even with the fourth button and on-the-fly-scrolling. Overall, I highly recommend the 2000 model or for $69.99 the1000, the difference being dpi resolution. Though we’ve mainly focused on the gaming use, this mouse is perfect for users who modify and manipulate photographs or work with CAD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting). We’ve found almost no flaws with exception of the inability to use PS/2 with the Dell. As for the cons, not be able to use both thumb buttons is the only minor flaw found. Perhaps in the future drivers will be released enabling you to use both buttons along with the ‘advanced system’ upgrade that is coming soon. Good news for MAC and Linux users is that they are currently working on driver sets for MAC and the Linux version will follow right behind. As for upcoming products from Karna’s we’ll all have to wait for an update at this year at E3 coming this May in LA.