I wish this mouse had not this many defects, for everyone.
3 weeks ago
Summary: ~~~PROS~~~ - Wireless works well - Lighting can be changed - Sturdy mouse - Easy customization ~~~CONS~~~ I will mention the CONS on the overall review. ~~~Overall Review~~~ I've had this product for about 5 months. I would want to say this mouse is amazing, however the mouse does have some flaws that should not exist in such expensive piece.
Summary: Very nice mouse. It was just too small for my hand. Quick, responsive. Great software, snaypse 2.0 to customize all the buttons. I did not keep it, and I bought a Ouroboros Elite Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse.
Summary: I got the Razer Mamba to replace a Logitech gaming mouse that was having multiple issues. The Mamba has worked out pretty well for the most part, although it has some odd quirks that might drive some crazy. On the performance end, I've found it has great response in games, no lag or precision issues. That's really the most important metric for me, and them mouse delivers.
Summary: There is a lot to like about this mouse. It is extremely comfortable to use(if your right handed), the accuracy and smoothness of the mouse while moving your cursor or playing your games is VERY good thanks to the 4G dual 7200dpi sensor, the ability to create different profiles within synapse to change the different button actions on all the buttons is very useful, the ability to either change or cycle colors of your mouse and dock lighting is very attractive, the design...
High Quality Gaming Mouse Accompanied by Terrible Software Package
27 October 2013
Summary: Picked this mouse up about a month ago along with the Logitech G700s. Both mice are extremely high quality in terms of customizability and tracking performance; therefore, I will only focus on their key differences. Here are my findings after about a month of use: Pros: - Aesthetically pleasing and comfortable design - I prefer the low profile of the Mamba to the higher one of the G700s - Easy to charge - receiver doubles as charging dock, therefore, you don't need to...
Summary: I've been testing this mouse for the last 5 days and have run it through the paces. I've been using mostly Logitech mice in the past, and when my G5 finally started to give out, I decided I'd try something from another company. A friend of mine hooked me up with the Mamba, and I was excited to give it a go. The packaging is probably some of the most detail-oriented packaging for a mouse I've seen.
Pros: - Wireless/Wired Dual Mode, - Multiple colour options for lighting, - Wheel is solid to click; no side deflection
Cons: - Wireless lag at times, - Buttons feel 'cheap', - Side ergonomics
Summary: Pros: Cycling colors, great sensors, responsive even with wireless. Cons: Rubber glue, software. Either I have a death grip, or just a massive thumb grip as I worked off the rubber thumb grip. While that is easily fixed with rubber glue, the Razer Synapse Software has some issues. Sometimes it leaves a key (windows) on at the windows log on so the accessibility feature comes up as you type - and your password is wrong. Also after log on you may have the enter key stuck.
Summary: The mouse came in really nice packaging- well displayed when you open it. Comfortable and a good size, also looks really cool. Awesome that it's both wireless and not. At first, though, the right mouse click seemed to be rubbing on something inside, but it seems to have stopped after a little bit of use. Great price for the mouse and hopefully it lasts a while.