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. Writing about the feel now, after getting used to it is weird for me since I can't really think of why it was wrong but it just doesn't fit your hand.
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. Any decent gamer will be starring at the screen rather than any of the starcraft razer products.
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. I give this product a 4/5 and hope that there is some sort of warranty in which I can get a new mouse or a fix of the sensitivity module.
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. The acceleration factor can sometimes drop to almost zero, requiring huge drags across the mousepad to coax the pointer up to the menu and fix it. About 1 in 10 profile switches. This is with Mac OS X 10.6.
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. As a side anecdote: I wasn't sure if this would live up to my previous mouse, the Razer Mamba, but am now seriously debating which one I like better.
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. As you'd expect, it has a left and right mouse button plus scrolll wheel. These are ergonomically situated, and suitable for an average hand.
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 with Razer Marauder...