The Razer Mamba Chroma wireless gaming mouse features a sensor which can be set from 100DPI up to an almost ridiculous 16000DPI for those lucky few who can operate at such sensitivity. They also included an interesting feature for your two main mouse buttons, screws on the bottom that allow you to adjust the clicking force needed from 45g and to 95g. When Madshrimps delved into the software it was quite obvious Razer spent a lot of time thinking about how people would want to customize their mouse and tossed in a large selection of adjustable traits. The mouse performed admirably and the wireless connection did not have any effect on the response of the mouse, though at $150 it does come with a premium price tag.
"The new Mamba version has been also included with the Chroma series so an insane number of configuration possibilities are available for its LED lighting system; the charging dock is not left alone, itself having LED lights under it for a nice effect when it sits on the table. Razer has included with the latest Mamba and Mamba TE versions a 16000DPI 5G laser sensor which is very accurate and can be configured with a polling rate up to 1000Hz."
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I’ve had a razer mouse before
I’ve had a razer mouse before and it was a really great experience to use while it worked. After 8 months it developed the ‘double-click’ syndrome which indicates the switch under either the lmb or rmb is worn out. It sucks, but that really burned me on ever getting another razer mouse, no matter how nice they look or perform knowing they use really crappy switches.
Yep, exact same problem.
Yep, exact same problem.
Spent $125.00 on the original Mamba only to have the click problems appear. You can take the mouse apart and fix it, but it only delays the inevitable. Other parts of the mouse were cheaply designed, as well.
I own this mouse (2012 model)
I own this mouse (2012 model) and I will say it has worked well for the 6 months or so I have owned it. Only issue is the battery does die fast even with LED off during wireless play. The usb does not charge if your pc is off so often it dies without warning. Aside from battery life I have no complaints. I generally use 3200dpi on my 1440p screen @ 144hz. I have not noticed a difference using it wired or wireless in terms of latency, yes even in CSGO. Changing DPI is also annoying as it takes a second to work. in games like bf4 this is a pain in the ass and gets you killed if you dpi swap for vehicles and such. My old logitech G500 still works like a champ and has instant DPI switching. Only negative is that mouse’s sensor acceleration. Razor mamba is good, but would recommend going with the Chroma death adder for less money. Battery dies just too fast and is a pain to charge (and slow).
All Razer’s products fail
All Razer’s products fail earlier than you should have a right to expect, ranging from buttons breaking to rubberized coatings disintegrating.
I won’t be buying any more of their poorly made junk.