The Razer software that comes with the Imperator is simple to understand and easy to use. It also looks nice – I know it’s not a big deal but its always nice to have a clean interfaace.
The first page is button assignment, where you can switch each button to a list of pre-defined options though there’s no random key choice allowing it to be fully customisable.
The second tab allows DPI switching, acceleration adjustment and polling speed changes.
The third tab allows you to change profiles. This gives you the option of having several different game macro or button configurations.
In the macro section you do have full button control, but there is a key limit.
The final tab allows for the adjustment of the mouse’s lighting. You can’t add different colours to the setup, but you can choose whether the lights are on, or off. This tab also allows you to update the driver and firmware.