Reviews and Problems with Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse
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Developed issues over time
Tim S., Newegg
13 March 2015
Pros: comfortable, light and smooth motion.
Cons: a week after warranty ended it developed a stutter where the mouse would move in one direction on it's own. When you move the mouse it would add to that motion making it very frustrating to use. My Razer keyboard also failed a month out of warranty. These are cheap components.
Cons: I'm not sure if it's due to the weight of the mouse or the lack of grip but just resting my hand on the mouse causes it to jitter across the screen so that when I try to select anything it doesn't just select but clicks and drags. I used this mouse while I RMA'ed another mouse and it was a terrib...
Summary: Let me start off by saying, that this isn't even worth $10. Why? The overall mouse is nice: There is a great lighting system which I adore, and good dpi and good software for the mouse, and everything is nice. Until you lift this goddamn mouse. It's s***!
Summary: This piece of junk should only cost $20-$30. The only good thing about it is the dpi which is decent for gaming. It's too small, and getting stuck on the X or Y axis is a complete deal breaker. I hate this mouse so much.
Pros: It lights up and the lighting color changes depending on your APM in Starcraft2
Cons: It's too small. Uncomfortably small; your palm and pinky finger will drag on the table leaving it red and forming calluses over time. This is after having used it for over a year. It gets stuck on the X or Y axis sometimes for no reason. You'll be playing a game, surfing the web, composing a docu...
Pros: looks good when lit. Owned for over 2 years, all buttons still works well.
Cons: This mouse came free when I bought the Marauder, which is a great keyboard, unlike the keyboard the mouse is a total piece of junk. It has a mind of its own when it wants to work. Either that or itll just completely spaz out from time to time. These nuisances happen about every 3 games of starcra...
Summary: a decent mouse but not worth 60-80$, for this price I would recommend the Abyssus, while the Abyssus does not have a braided cord, it has much better control and fits your hand much better whatever your grip is, it is also around the same price range/ cheaper.
Pros: High sensitivity options are very nice, goes up to 6400dpi, fits claw grip decently well
Cons: has issues on some surfaces, has issues when lifted and set back down on a surface for a short time, at higher dpi sensitivity it shakes around and is not smooth at all
Summary: I don't know what Blizzard was thinking giving this mouse their logo to use. Did they even test it? The mouse is pretty small too. If you have wrist callouses from gaming, expect to get them on your palm too if you use this mouse. I wouldn't recommend this mouse to anyone. It's horrible.
Pros: High DPI, it lights up
Cons: The biggest gripe I have on this mouse experienced very early in its ownership and still happens frequently is that it gets stuck moving the cursor only up/down or left/right sometimes. It doesn't matter how you move the mouse when it gets stuck, it will only move on a horizontal axis, or a verti...
Summary: Seriously don't get it. Their customer service said they could do nothing for me about the paint finish coming off which is my biggest gripe and I've purchased razer mice for years and this is the only one i've regretted.
Pros: * Cool Lights * Great customization
Cons: Ok, where to start. Its light, like really really light. I had to change the way I normally grip a mouse to the claw grip to use it and while i don't mind that it was a ridiculous change to make considering the price. I got it for free with my blackwidow keyboard which is a great piece of hardwar...