Unless you’re a hard-core FPS gamer, this rather expensive mouse is probably way more than you need. It promises to deliver wireless freedom with lag-free response.
This is a very precise mouse with customizable resolution up to 5600 DPI, including five sensitivity changes activated by buttons. Early adopters of this model were complaining of jitter, but this problem seems to have been resolved with new firmware or a special Teflon ring supplied by the manufacturer.
The mouse has many button options and is fully customizable. The on-board memory lets you create and manage separate profiles that automatically activate for certain games.
Battery life is quite good, and the mouse can be recharged through the docking station. Alternatively, if you plug it into the USB cable you can continue to use the mouse while it’s recharging.
As with other Razers, the mouse design is nicely ergonomic and feels good in the hand. The glowing LEDs give it a cool futuristic look as well as indicate battery life and DPI stage.
This rodent is simply too much mouse for most of us. Certainly a typical gamer or computer user would be better off saving some money and choosing a less high-end piece of hardware. But if you demand the fastest, most precise, most feature-filled mouse around, this one is likely to make the short list.
Here are some of the features of the Razer Mamba Mouse 5600 DPI:
- – Instant wired/wireless convertibility
- – Battery life and DPI stage indicator
- – Ultra-large non-slip buttons
- – Zero-acoustic Teflon feet
- – 5600 DPI laser sensor
- – On-board memory
- – Ergonomic design
Here is what current owners have to say about the Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Laser Mouse 5600 DPI:
Matthieu P. Raillard: “The Mamba is an amazing mouse on many different levels. First is the design/looks/aesthetic element. This is a beautiful looking AND feeling mouse. I also own a Razer keyboard, and the Mamba, like the keyboard is encased in a rubber/plastic material that is durable yet maintains great tactile feel. …The DPI options are absolutely insane, and this is a very, very accurate mouse.”