Pros: - Nice form factor and design - Pretty lights - Snappy and sensitive
Cons: - Design flaw with the wireless (Have to switch it off when done?) - Needs to be used with a mouse pad to get most out of it - Yucky software - Really expensive for what is essentially a wireless mouse with pretty lights
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
Summary: I also have some odd tracking issues occasionally. Basically while I'm gaming the mouse becomes unresponsive for about second or 2. It's happened enough to warrant me talking about it. Especially since it's gotten me killed quite few times in BF3.
Pros: Powerful Software, love the wireless capabilities, aesthetically pleasing, comfortable in the hand
Cons: My mamba side grips began to peel after only 3 months of use. I baby my computer and peripherals. Also the battery stopped charging forcing me to always have it on the cord. I had to RMA the product which to be honest was a pain and took almost 2 weeks to get another mouse.
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
Pros: The mouse does what it should, has on-the-fly DPI adjustment which is great for gaming, the colors are fancy and the ability to be wired or cordless is nice.
Cons: Some issues with the mouse deciding it's just going to work sometimes now and then (Easily fixed by unplugging the cord turning it on then back off), The glue that holds the side grips on seemed to be melting under my grip as I used the mouse more and more making a disgusting mess that I cleaned up but was annoyed that I had to deal with, haven't seen the issue after the first 6 moths with the mouse.
Summary: Bought this one to replace the Razer Orochi i'd previously ordered from Razer. The auto-sleep mode on the Orochi was driving me nuts and Synapse 2.0 software they make you use is a pain. changing my rating to 3 stars due to the unbelievably bad customer support at Razer.
Summary: This mouse works fine and is very customizable, but there are a few game breaking things that need to be worked out: The software is very cumbersome and slow to use. If you change a profile it takes about 10 seconds for the context menu to appear on the tray icon and another 10 seconds to actually change to the profile you click on. Then if you actually load up the configuration software it takes 10 seconds to do that and then applying settings takes 15 seconds.
Pros: - Colour changes with different profiles, - Very accurate and responsive, - Customizable buttons
Cons: - Software is cumbersome and slow, - Battery doesn't last anywhere near as long as it says, - Mouse sits on charging pedestal too high, if you have a keyboard tray it wont fit, - Only 1 cable is included so you cant plug in the dock/receiver and the mouse at the same time
Summary: This is the coolest mouse I have ever owned, BUT!!! its batteries will need to be replaced in a few months (I purchased 2 of em and had to replace batteries for both) it has cool lights in the mouse, but don't use them or you'll have to charge it more. basically this is the most awesome mouse.. and the most awesomely underpowered mouse EVER! Heed my warning or suffer for it.