Summary: This mouse is really good, although being a gaming mouse, it does have its drawbacks. Pros: High DPI (6000) Adjustable sensitivity on the go Multicolor scroll wheel Braided cord Wireless charging stand Cons: Sometimes have some mouse tracking issues where the mouse won't move (Anecdotal, but still a con) Left and right mouse buttons can feel a little too sensitive sometimes Somewhat expensive for what it's worth Overall, this mouse is a very good one, and I would buy...
Summary: As with my previous experiences with Razer product, the hardware itself is great and I love it, but their new(er) Synapse 2.0 software is horrible. It doesn't happen often (maybe once a month at most) but my system has had BSOD issues due to the Synapse software. The software is also slow to respond and a bit buggy updating configs to the mouse at times whether it be DPI level changes (from the software, not the mouse) or different colours.
Pros: Great shape, battery life is what was expected, flashy lights are always awesome.
Summary: Second one I've owned. Great mouse. Good responsiveness. First one button broke out of the box. I was able to fix it with some super glue. Got tired of fixing it every so often. Lasted about a year. I hope this one last longer.
Summary: Solid gaming mouse. Feels great in hand and works great. The recharge cradle looks fancy, and I like having the option to directly connect the mouse to the USB cable. Razer also has downloadable software that will allow you to customize the cradle/mouse LEDs, which is a fun feature.
Fantastic mouse, but disappointed about a few missing features
11 March 2014
Summary: This mouse is incredible so far. My previous mouse was a Razer DeathAdder, and that mouse was fantastic until the left clicker died. Razer offered to replace it, but I couldn't find my packaging or something and decided to just get something new. I have no intention of using a wireless mouse for gaming, so at all times this has been connected via USB.
Summary: This truly is a great gaming mouse. Quality build, highly customizable, elegant design. The only downside is the synapse software, which crashes and fails to initialize more often than it should
Great mouse, but definitely some things you should know
Ian Gilbert, Amazon
14 February 2014
Summary: If you're reading this, then that means you're likely considering the Razer Mamba as a mouse, along with other options. I intend to tell you everything - good and some bad as well - that I've noticed about this mouse. I promise, this is a completely unbiased review; I'm not a diehard Razer fanboy nor do I bash them. Now, to get into the meat of things: ***PROS*** * This is a very well-designed mouse.