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Razer Lachesis 5600
7.4 out of 10

Razer Lachesis 5600

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Solid

Janelle D., Newegg
12 September 2012
  • Summary: The price tag seems pretty high, but now that I've tried it, I have to say that Razr makes top-quality products. My buddy had one of these, and now it's really fun to go to lan parties with him and have the same mouse with different colors.
  • Pros: This mouse rocks. I have been using pretty cheap mice before now and this one really was worth the investment. I actually wasn't used to the dpi at first, so it took a little adjustment. The colors are also customizable, which allows me to tailor it to my tower's color scheme
  • Cons: N/A
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10

Great Gaming Mouse

Tyler Z., Newegg
16 July 2012
  • Pros: Very responsive movement, easily adjustable sensitivity, and easy to use key programing application. Stylish and people are in constant awe at the slowly illuminating and dimming RAZER design.
  • Cons: The protector for the underside "eye" (that dictates movement and jazz) is a bit bulky and elevates the mouse slightly. Once, a hair got in there and severly restricted mouse usage some times. It was easy to remove, and I have had no issues with it since. Occassionaly, I have issue at start up wh...
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Awesome mouse!

Michael W., Newegg
9 June 2012
  • Summary: 3.5 years of gaming, my 1st Lachesis top part developed a small crack, has been retired for my 2nd one and a Deathaddler
  • Pros: Best mouse I've ever used. Does me wonders for sniping in lots of shooter games, comfortable
  • Cons: I guess you could say a really BRIGHT blue LED.
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User Review

Derek H., Newegg
14 May 2012
  • Pros: Tons of great features and easy to use. Better response and movement than my old Logitech. Changeable lights so I could match my Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Keyboard which is awesome
  • Cons: Had to go to their website to get software could of just put a disc with all the booklets they gave me. Had a couple time it happened when playing age of empires online that the mouse stopped working and I had to replug the mouse but other games I played for a couple hours with no problems so cou...
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4 years later...

Jason R., Newegg
31 March 2012
  • Summary: 4 years later the thing that died was the middle mouse button wouldn't depress accurately reducing side scrolling significantly.
  • Pros: ... it's finally unusable. Greatest mouse I've ever owned. The body ergonomics are fantastic, although they required getting used to a long handed grip. The DPI is still the gold standard. It has plenty of buttons. Scroll wheel was accurate. Easy to take apart only one screw underneath the distal...
  • Cons: There were horrible bugs with the soft/firmware, but that's to be expected from Razer.
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Still going strong

Timothy G., Newegg
4 March 2012
  • Summary: If it matters to you, it's ambidextrous.
  • Pros: I've had this mouse for four years and it is still like the day I bought. As it should, its only a mouse (although one of my old copperheads died under a year). The weight is fine. I don't use the ultra high polling rates and dpi but it's pretty quick. I'm comfortable with it at 500hz/850dpi. Wor...
  • Cons: None
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10

Best Gaming Mouse.

Brandon B., Newegg
11 January 2012
  • Pros: I have tried nearly every gaming mouse on the market and the Razer Lachesis is the best. If you have any doubts about this mouse forget them, there is none better.
  • Cons: None.
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Second Review - update

Luis R., Newegg
9 January 2012
  • Summary: I bought this mouse on sale for $65 dollars free shipping. Had to RMA it and asked for replacement. newegg didnt replace and instead refunded my money. When i went to buy it again, the price went up to $70 + $7 shipping.
  • Pros: This will be my second review on this mouse after owning the 5600dpi version for over a month. I owned the 4000dpi version for over a year and my previous review reflects on the experience with that version assuming that this version was just a DPI and Multicolor option upgrade. Which it is, but ...
  • Cons: This mouse for some reason will stop responding whenever it wants to and I have to unplug the USB cable and plug it back in. It happens to me about 2 times a week. It seems to happen mostly when i game although it has happened when i was just browsing the web or just misc computer use. I thought ...
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best mouse ever

Brian J., Newegg
14 December 2011
  • Summary: my old one didnt have the fancy color change, mine also didnt have as fast polling or response time, but still an amazing mouse. Mine also only had a 32kb online memory, still trying to figure out exactly what what does lol. Bought a deathadder to replace it.
  • Pros: was a great mouse. only had a couple issues with it over the near 5 years i had it. on the fly DPI change, along with being able to change my profile at any time i wanted. was probably the best mouse i ever had.
  • Cons: finally died about 5 years after i got it. I was mad, i bought it for 60 bucks, it went through a bunch of upgrades, and changes, and when i went to go buy another one, it was all the way up to 80. for $70, id buy it again.
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very good mouse

Luis R., Newegg
18 November 2011
  • Summary: didnt come with driver cd? someone better get fired. i lost 4 seconds of my life downloading drivers and i will never get them back.
  • Pros: -5600 DPI -1000Hz polling rate -3.5g laser sensor -multicolor lighting -9 buttons very comfortable, i love this mouse. has a nice size and fits my hand great. the diamondback i tried was too small. i had the 4000dpi one for about a year and got this new version yesterday. upgraded mostly for the ...
  • Cons: buttons 8 and 9 are really useless. i mean, you can use them but its so uncomfortable to press them. im a lefty so my thumb has easy access to buttons 4-5. its not natural to use my pinky for 8-9 so they are useless to me.
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