Summary: The mouse tracks well, all the buttons work well, and it's very pretty. However, not the best design for a wireless mouse from a engineering standpoint. 1. It's "charging dock" is also the receiver for the mouse. This is a problem because it has to be plugged into the computer not just a power outlet. This means that if your usb port powers off with the computer the mamba is never going to get charged.
Summary: I was hoping to use this as a mouse for my laptop but because the wireless receiver is kinda bulky, it makes it impossible to use on the go. Other than that, it is the same, great quality that Razer puts into all of its mice. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a wireless, desktop mouse.
Summary: I use this mouse plugged in for the most part, and when it's not giving me 3-4 seconds of non-tracking movement, it works great. My previous mouse was a Logitech Performance MX, before was a mx 518 (favorite of all time), for about 2 year and switching to this initially gave my hand cramps when I would play FPS games. This eventually went away as I adapted to the smaller format of this mouse.
Summary: bought the mouse recently, have been using it for about a month before i gave a piece of my mind. Note: software is cloud base, so you need to be online or else it might not sync properly. battery life sucks.....really bad. I've set this on full charge and played about 3 - 4 hours of continuous gaming (Dota 2 / LOL / WOW) it just doesn't hold a good charge but when this does work, it is amazing. The tracking is one of the best if not the best i've experienced.
Summary: The packaging was of excellent quality, The mouse felt solidly built, but the mouse buttons seemed overly sensitive and prone to accidental "clicks". My only real complaint is that the Mouse is to small for my hands, and was quite uncomfortable to use. Hence the 3 Star Review.
Summary: The Razer Mamba is a high end wireless gaming mouse, for the most part it does great for it's intended use. I have personally encountered hiccups with the wireless mode but you just have to spend 30 seconds re-syncing it. Offers extremely high DPI but you'll never use anything above 3000 anyway, also has good precision and overall smoothness.
Pros: * Comfortable to hold, * Wireless, * Responsive buttons, * Variety of colors, * Save profiles (keep mouse settings using on other PC)
Cons: * Battery life (9-10 hours), * Side grips wear off within 2 weeks of use and turns sticky, * Button 5/6 is so hard to click you won't even want to use it, * Sometimes you lose connection (rarely and it's fixable), * Fairly weighty
Excerpt: This is a step up from my 5 year old logitech wireless mouse, and not just in quality. With the exception of the DPI controls and the optional wireless to wired feature, it is not really that different. The 4G feature really doesn't change the precision, not noticeably at least. I also had to return mine because it was making a squeaking noise whenever I clicked. It comes down to it being overpriced, lacking features, and one bad option in the sea of better choices.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Ergonomic Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Works On Any Surface
Cons: Only Has 2 Side Buttons, Poor Battery Life, Pricey
Summary: Razer promised to update to synapse 2.0 but now i have to have mamba software running plus synapse for my blackwidow! more ram use but not much but just annoying maybe Im nit picky. But its wireless feature well on mine doesnt work anymore. I re installed drivers which corrected it temporarily but the problem is back so RMA I guess now unfortunately.
Pros: Really nice looking and feel, customization is nice
Cons: drivers, wireless , lack of razer update to synapse 2.0 even though promised
Summary: This mouse is average, and considering the price I would not recommend it to others. There are plenty of other mice at lower prices that would topple the Mamba over, with the biggest problem being the tracking. Though razer boasts a response second of 1ms, either the wireless connector or the laser are inadequate for gaming; also, the non-slip Teflon feet are very small.
Pros: -Nice ergonomic feel, -Wireless (see summary)
Cons: -Only comes with one battery, -Wireless (see summary), -Non-slip feet, -Cost