Reviews and Problems with Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse
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Z-Axis issue. Don't buy, whatever you do.
Eli Kramarevsky, Amazon
17 January 2014
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***! You lift it and the cursor moves down and to the left a significant amount which screws you over in any game. It's terrible. The mouse was perfect except that it has a mind of it's own when you pick it up.
Summary: The "driver" which seems to be a set driver for all 3 of Razer's SC2 products causes extremely low FPS whenever performing actions with the mouse, but only when playing SC2 which is a bit ironic...
Summary: I have had this mouse for about 5 months, and It worked beautifully until a couple of days ago. It has gained a mind of its own, and will move the cursor without itself physically moving. Clicking things is very difficult, and I have reverted to my magic mouse from apple since it actually works.
Summary: The craft of failure... the mouse created by the failed blue print... the architect that could not build... the twin laser that cannot focus... the jitter that cannot be resolved. Failed works of art should be thrown away not sold.
Summary: Crap design and crap implementation, I get one then a replacement, both can not perform a single steady click, all they can do is to keep shaking in a small area, have to return it back. Razer is just selling several lights with 70+ USD.. this is insane.. hope no body get into this mess any more.
Summary: The mouse looks good and has alot of cool options... That being said the mouse has 1 HUGE fault, the Phillips Twin Eye sensor. Like many other mice that use this type of sensor the Z-axis has list problems. The sensor for this mouse will jerk your mouse pointer when you click and double-click. Making it unfortunatly a terrible mouse for a Gamer. As control wise it is much harder to double click those simliar units and what not.
Summary: Razer Starcraft II Spectre 5600DPI Gaming Mouse Ok before you shoot me claiming this is Razer's fault, put yourselves in my place. You spend a serious amount of money for a premium product and it turns out there's no support (at least not yet) for use with windows 8 that have been out for months now! And if anyone knows how razer's or other premium brand mice work, every single ("premium") function is based on their respective software!
Summary: Bought it for fun at $20. Played with the LED's in SC2 for all of 5 minutes to try out the APM colours. Fun, but never again. Tried using it at work, and hurts wrist. Looks like this mouse is getting stored as a backup mouse. Mouse NOT recommended even as a backup mouse.
Pros: - It says Star Craft 2
- LED's that light up and change colour depending on your APM (actions per minute, aka how fast you click) in SC2
- glides fairly well
Cons: - angular and terribly uncomfortable, not ergonomic.
- LED's only change colour in SC2, otherwise stock blue-ish purple