Summary: After owning this mouse for about 8 months, I'm not very impressed. The wireless connection to the dongle is ropey at best; making the mouse hop about the screen.. so wired is the only way to go. Which is funny, because it worked well for the first couple of months, then steadily degraded until it's pointless to use wireless. It's made of pretty cheap plastic, and the retractable palm rest was the first thing to break. Expensive mice are just a gimmick.
Summary: This mouse looked awsome when it came out but after using it for gaming it is a nightmare. Platforming, fps games etc HAVE to be done wired or else the mouse will randomly cut out leaving you dead or failed. The driver program that is used to manage this is a nightmare to use, half the time it does not work properly and causes several driver failures.
Pros: Nice design
Long battery (10+ hrs)
Cons: Wireless is botchy, terrible for intense gaming
Have to plug in most of the time
Battery doesnt even last a year before dying
massive driver errors
wireless dock is botchy at connecting to mouse
Summary: It's honestly the worst mouse I have ever used. Nothing about this mouse is exceptional enough to warrant the price. If this mouse cost 40 dollars I would laugh at the problems and throw it out...But it's 140 dollars! It's enough to fall into the sunk cost fallacy so many of us find ourselves into these days.
Pros: Customization design is good for leftie's and rightie's. Looks nice.
Cons: Literally weak. Scroll wheel broke just after a year of owning it. Wireless mode is choppy and laggy, absolutely useless for gaming. Using the wireless dock to charge it is an art to get the contacts to connect. Wired mode has XY issues, mostly X axis being over sensitive. The software looks nice and is updated quite often, unfortunately "your" problem never seems to part of the fixes. Thumb-rest buttons have too much travel and are too hard to press to be useful for ...
Summary: It's been a terrible going with this mouse since the very beginning. I like the look and feel of this mouse and if it would only perform as expected I would give this a 5/5 but seeing how I've found numerous people on the internet with the same issues, and some unique ones of their own, my final opinion is do not buy this mouse.
Pros: Sweet looking mouse. If you see the case it comes in and the look of the mouse you would probably think this is the best mouse on the planet.
Nice green lighting and all..
Cons: From the day I opened this mouse I have had all types of issues. Had it for a year now and it's only been getting worse.
I made sure to document all of the different things I encounter to relate it to customer service for the in-store warranty I purchased but sadly they weren't able to replicate the problems, and I do believe them.
Leaves me to believe that Synapse is the culprit.
Summary: Picked this up in hopes that maybe in copying someone else's design, Razer might have finally gotten one right. Sadly not. Mouse is too light and has a 'toyish' feel. And performs drastically below in terms of responsiveness and driver stability (both traits I've noticed in Razer products before) for its price range. Whilst I cannot say that it doesn't work as a mouse, I could not, with a straight face, recommend this mouse to a person I don't loathe.
Summary: I liked using this mouse over the last month and it's quick to respond in terms of latency etc. However in terms of build quality and overall value, it's definitely not worth the full asking price as there are wired mice out there that are at least half the price of this thing for the sake of wireless. I had a little trouble initially trying to get the mouse to work for my hand but after a few hours of gaming/fiddling with the mouse I got it right.
Summary: I am always on the lookout for large mice, having large hands I find the current offerings form Logitech Microsoft etc. to small and cause pain in my knuckles during extended uses, and as a design engineer I can be using a mouse for up to 10 hours a day. 1, Charging. The most fundamental problem with this mouse is its inability to charge with the PC turned off, you have to physically un plug the USB cable from the PC and plug it into a mains USB power supply (not...
Summary: This was the second Razer product I have bought, and the second time I have been disappointed. I was very hopeful that this would be an awesome mouse but there are too many problems and flaws. On a mouse of this price (£105) it is totally unacceptable. I've just packaged it up to return it after 3 days of use.
Pros: Awesome and flawless design. It looks like a Transformer mouse. Awesome ergonomics and customizability.
Cons: Made out of cheap materials. Considering the price of it, it should have at least an aluminum frame like the R.A.T. mouses. The clickers are faulty. I've been only using it for 4 days and the right click is squeaking; only to found out that it is a common problem to this mouse. Bottom line is the mouse is not worth the price.