Pros: Great for FPS Games, and long usage on battery
Cons: The right hand side of the mouse can feel a bit awkward if you have larger hands. After a long time of usage, it starts to make your hand ache. I had to knock of 2 eggs for that. Also, the RGB colors are mostly on the charging base and on the scroll wheel. Would have like to seen more lighting on...
Summary: Overall it's not that bad of a mouse, however after using this mouse for over a year I did start to notice the battery life has gotten much shorter. Probably at most 5 hours when heavily using the mouse. I also noticed sometimes the connection goes completely dark.
Pros: Love the shape and lighting. Feels sturdy. We all know the pros.
Cons: - Scroll wheel squeaks - Battery life gets extremely short - Software gives you too much work and stress
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.
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...
Summary: It seems all of Razor's gaming mice use a docking station as the RF receiver. I like this mouse, but will need to get a Logitech instead.
Pros: Lightweight, fast, full of features.
Cons: The docking station acts as the wireless transmitter, so if you use this with a gaming laptop, you get to either use it in wired mode or carry around the docking station. Too bad it doesn't have something similar to Logitech's nano receiver.
Summary: For the first few weeks of using it I got wrist strain because its heavier then the one I replaced. But I think that's prob just a me issue and not mouse. I also wish that the Razer logo would light up, and not just the mouse wheel.
Pros: I like the mouse so far. No real big problems with it and its a very good mouse for gaming. I use it for BF4 and Wildstar and have no problems with either so far. The UI is pretty easy to understand.
Cons: I gave it 3 stars because the battery life seems to a bit short and at times while using it as wireless its laggy or seems to loose signal for short time frames.
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.
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.