( 4.2 Average / 8 Ratings )
Mouse Overkill!!! When the battery goes dead just connect the cord and keep it moving.
Battery life could be better. I'm not a competitive gamer and generally avoid any online PVP stuff cause I usually suck IE i don't care/notice any latency issues.
Color customization is great. I love the illuminated base. Super comfy. Really like the adjustable click force.
Going from my g502 to this the only things I miss are the removable weights and the hyper scroll wheel. I got so used to just flicking the wheel and letting it spin that I don't really like going back to the traditional scroll wheel
had slow cursor everytime I booted the PC. it has apparently gone away since the last update.
battery got swollen and was not included in the 2 years warranty, had to purchase a new one.
awesome mouse for shooters and general gaming. it has adjustable click pressure with the included tool, the LED settings are pretty neat as well.
Dont waste your time buying the wireless version.
I personally find a wire at the end of my mouse to be a nuisance while gaming. So thats why I always game with wireless mice.
This mouse however randomly stops working. You will be able to click and use the scroll wheel but the mouse will stop tracking at random times and you will have to plug the mouse in. Now you cant game wirelessly so you may as well save yourself the time and money by buying the wired version of this mouse. Its a very common issue and very annoying when your are in the heat of the battle.
If you remap the buttons, the remapped buttons will stop working as you remapped it at random times and wont start working as they should until you reload the profile... which means that you have to alt-tab out of your game to do so, not to mention that you lose the functionality of the shortcut which is why you mapped that button there in the first place.
I had always considered this my "dream mouse on paper" prior to purchase and it has lived up to my hype. Totally worth it if you can get it < $100 the couple times a year it comes to that.
I hate wires & I am by no means some sort of pro gamer that needs every ms of response time I can get, so I wanted a really nice wireless mouse that had full RGB support. This fit the bill. I feel it's priced way to high but I had a gift card to Best Buy burning a hole in my pocket at the time, so I took the plunge. It works great, has descent range for a non-Bluetooth device and the RGB is really cool. Only complaint is that the Razer logo does not illuminate, but that is really nit-picky.