Alex Ross, webmaster van Sharky Extreme heeft zijn review van de Razor Boomslang 2000 muis online gezet. Deze muis is vanwege zijn erg hoge gevoeligheid erg precies. Je betaalt er ook precies $99 dollar voor. Hieronder een gedeelte:
One of the nicest luxuries in mousing technology is undoubtedly the scroll wheel. It has simplified web browsing, made document editing easier, and of course, has added a valuable method for rotating weapons in Quake III. Our relationship with the Boomslang's scroll wheel was a love/hate drama, due to the design of the scroll wheel. As far as responsiveness, the Razer's wheel had a firm click and felt much tighter than either the Intellimouse Pro or the Intellimouse Explorer. Unfortunately, the wheel button required a significant amount of force to depress, making it difficult to work with while gaming.
As you may have noticed, the shape of the Razer Boomslang is anything but conventional. While this may be kärna's way of introducing a product that won't get mixed up with any other mouse, it also introduces a level of uncertainty, since the shape strays from the tried and true feel of most mice.
We tested the mouse's comfort factor by putting it through a side-by-side comparison to the Intellimouse Pro and Intellimouse Explorer. In order to deliver the most objective opinion possible, we asked several college students which mouse they felt most comfortable with and the results were overwhelmingly in favor of the Intellimouse Explorer. Complaints about the Boomslang ranged from "I don't know where to hold it," and "the middle button is hard to reach," all the way to "I wish its butt glowed like the silver one [in reference to the Intellimouse Explorer."