Comment on Razer and One Piece Limited Straw Hat Luffy Wired Mouse Set

Friends who like RAZER must know that from time to time they will launch some sets of peripherals that are co-branded with anime or movie themes, such as Doraemon, Pikachu, Star Wars. The key to fan users, coupled with Razer’s shining halo in the peripheral circulation, will attract a large number of people to rush to buy, each one is famous, and some friends even want to collect the complete set as a collection. Recently, they launched the Razer One Piece limited Straw Hat Luffy Wired Mouse Set. As a fan of One Piece, you must start with this set, and its coating is also pretty good-looking, let’s share it with you.


First of all, starting from the packaging, the design has shown a sudden change in style from the normal version! The whole One Piece theme style is so burning!


There are a mouse and a mouse pad in the Razer One Piece limited set. They are actually the repainted versions of the Venom Viper mini version and the heavy beetle speed version. I’m tired of the traditional black and green colors. Does this red and blue color have a different flavor? 


This is the Viper mini-wired mouse with the theme of Razer One Piece. The color scheme is very different from the normal version. The original classic black and green are abandoned, and the dark blue with red, yellow, and light blue combination is used instead. The whole mouse is It looks more three-dimensional. As for the performance parameters of the mouse, it is no different from the normal version. If you happen to be a user of the Viper series, I believe it will not be too difficult to get started.


The Razer One Piece mouse has a volume of 118.3*56.1*38.3mm and the weight of the mouse without wires is 59 grams. The measured weight after counting the wires is only about 85.5 grams. It is considered a lightweight and symmetrical medium-to-small gaming mouse.


The surface material of the mouse has been frosted. I think this is one of the secondary factors that I decided to start with.


The combination of red and yellow wheels is like the color of the straw hat on Luffy’s head!




The details of the design are still praised as always, such as the split main key, the cut surface treatment of the side key edge, the consistency in the feel, etc., all of which are the same as the ordinary Viper mini version. In addition to good-looking, the hand feels not the slightest difference.


The logo on the tail is no longer Razer but is replaced by the classic one-piece logo. After power on, it is white light, unlike the original skull hat, which has a color scheme.


The sensor of the Razer One Piece mouse is a PAW3359 optical sensor up to 8500dpi, 35G acceleration, 300IPS tracking speed, these are its performance highlights.


The mouse wire part does not use the theme color, it is still black and green. As a long-term Razer mouse user, I love its SPEED FLEX cable, which is light and soft, does not get knotted, and is very useful!


Next, let’s take a look at this mouse pad. The real body has just been mentioned. It is a repainted version of the Heavy Armor Speed ​​Edition. The theme of the design is more obvious than the mouse. For example, a huge pirate flag occupies almost two-thirds of the position, and in the center of the pirate flag is the silhouette of Luffy. On the right is the LOGO of One Piece and Razer. The slight difference is that the Razer LOGO is not green but white. It is probably to echo the white light of the pirate flag on the mouse.


The edge of the mouse pad has a sharp curved edge, and the bottom is made of rubber with great friction. The texture of the mouse contact surface is quite delicate, and the mouse will feel smoother when sliding on it, but if compared with the aluminum alloy mouse pad, the friction is still slightly larger.


The Razer One Piece mouse can achieve RGB lighting effects like the Viper Mini version. The light-emitting parts are on the tail of the mouse and the position of the light strip near the chassis. The lighting settings in Thunder Cloud 3 are relatively intuitive. The classic spectrum cycle, breathing effect, static effect, response effect, etc. are still retained, and it also supports linkage with other Chroma devices. As for other items, such as 7-key customization, mouse performance adjustment, etc., these can all be operated through Thundercloud 3. In terms of specific lighting effects, I think it’s pretty good. The light strip on the chassis will be a little brighter than the skull LOGO on the tail. The brightness balance of the two is very good, and there will be no dark spots.