Reviews and Problems with Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse
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Took some getting used to but once I did, awe yea I have a glowing starcraft 2 mouse!
19 May 2013
Summary: So when I first got this mouse I hated it. The boxy feel kind of aggravated me (I had a small wireless mouse before that fitted my hand perfectly but I was looking for a great upgrade since it broke... D3) but I did not stop using it.
Summary: Ive had this mouse for over a year now. This is a good mouse for people that use a claw grip instead of a palm grip. Look that up if you dont know what I mean. Starcraft is my favorite game and for the APM lighting...its really useless BUT I like things that light up.
Summary: Very comfortable mouse, works well, apm lighting was a bit overrated but all in all was fun. Sensitivity changing module has broken and is now permanently on low which is a disaster for me considering I use it for gaming predominantly.
Summary: Mouse has excellent handling, even with my left hand. Lighting effects are really versatile, of course most of the time your hand is covering it! I want a transparent hand. Problem is the automatic profile switching for different applications.
Solid Mouse: Like it much more than I thought I would
9 December 2010
Summary: The Spectre is my fourth mouse from the Razer brand. While I won't make any claims regarding whether it has improved my SC2 game (I'm a firm believer that only practice and strategy can do that), it definitely adds a little fun-factor to the game and is a surprisingly well designed mouse.
Summary: not as comfortable as i thought, but it is pretty easy to get used to it. you can make the click harder and easier, you can change the lights on it to 3 different colours, and the best is, that u can change controls, for example different DPI, and recognize it by colours, you can switch the profiles...
Summary: This is a nice mouse. It's lit in a dark blue with the starcraft 2 logo on the top. With a 5600 DPI sensor it is very smooth, but it's useable outside gaming if you need less sensitive movement thanks to the high/medium/low sensitivity switch on the base.