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Razer Spectre

Razer Spectre The Razer Spectre is a lightweight, 5-button Read more

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Razer Spectre Gaming Mouse

Metku Mods
30 March 2011
  • Conclusion: So then, overall the Spectre is a solid performer. Under the SC2-themed casing there's the latest generation Razer electronics with a 5600 DPI sensor and while gaming we couldn't make it skip a beat. Also the software side of things is again very good, Razer really knows how to make drivers for gaming peripheral. When it comes to the shape, it once again definitely isn't for everyone.
  • Pros: Software, Light weight, Force adjustment
  • Cons: No DPI switching, Price, Overall shape
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Overall 5

Razer Spectre Review

maximum pc
20 January 2011
  • Summary: Two features unique to the Spectre are a hardware switch on the bottom that controls the force required to push the main mouse buttons, and a set of multicolor LEDs, which change shade based on your in-game actions per minute (or APM), a vital statistic for StarCraft players. The LEDs can be configured in the well-executed software suite, which can control all three StarCraft II peripherals from a single control panel.
  • Pros: Controllable resistance on main buttons, good software support
  • Cons: Too small, feels cheap, uncomfortable straight edges
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Expert Review

7 January 2011
  • Conclusion: Then again, the Raptor Gaming M3 Platinum costs twice as much as the Razer Spectre so the scale again tips in its favor. And don’t forget that the Spectre is the part of a series of peripherals designed specifically for StarCraft II and tournament players in mind. So in conjunction with the Marauder keyboard and the Banshee headset, the Spectre mouse is a must have for any serious StarCraft II player. Just don’t expect that you’d be taking the crown in Black Ops as well.
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