Razer Lancehead TE Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse

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Razer Lancehead TE Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse – [Black][16,000 DPI Optical Sensor][Chroma RGB Lighting][8 Programmable Buttons][Mechanical Switches]

Razer Lancehead TE Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse
Razer Lancehead TE Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse

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  • High-Precision 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (reprogrammable) for gaming and creative work
  • Ambidextrous Design: Created for left and right-handed users with accessible, programmable buttons on both sides
  • Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
  • Ridged, Rubberized Scroll Wheel for Maximum Accuracy: Small, tactile bumps increases grip and allows for more controlled scrolling in high-stakes gaming situations
  • 8 Programmable Buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse

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  1. Daniel

    Way too much software for a mouse. Get ready to install an entire suite of software featuring Razer Synapse TM, Razer Center TM, Razer Chroma TM, etc etc etc if you want to actually use this thing. Bonus features are endless ~100mb downloads to keep it all up to date! This is all seemingly locked behind a login screen, so welcome to your new always-on computer mouse. The extra fluff can technically be turned off, but you’re not going to escape install it at least once just to get it set to the solid color you wanted.Is the physical part any good? Yes. If you MUST express your personality with RGB leds, here is your mouse. If you want to use your computer hassle-free and maybe play a game later, there’s simply no reason to go with this. I’m finding a different mouse.

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  2. Daniel

    Way too much software for a mouse. Get ready to install an entire suite of software featuring Razer Synapse TM, Razer Center TM, Razer Chroma TM, etc etc etc if you want to actually use this thing. Bonus features are endless ~100mb downloads to keep it all up to date! This is all seemingly locked behind a login screen, so welcome to your new always-on computer mouse. The extra fluff can technically be turned off, but you’re not going to escape install it at least once just to get it set to the solid color you wanted.Is the physical part any good? Yes. If you MUST express your personality with RGB leds, here is your mouse. If you want to use your computer hassle-free and maybe play a game later, there’s simply no reason to go with this. I’m finding a different mouse.

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  3. Daniel

    Way too much software for a mouse. Get ready to install an entire suite of software featuring Razer Synapse TM, Razer Center TM, Razer Chroma TM, etc etc etc if you want to actually use this thing. Bonus features are endless ~100mb downloads to keep it all up to date! This is all seemingly locked behind a login screen, so welcome to your new always-on computer mouse. The extra fluff can technically be turned off, but you’re not going to escape install it at least once just to get it set to the solid color you wanted.Is the physical part any good? Yes. If you MUST express your personality with RGB leds, here is your mouse. If you want to use your computer hassle-free and maybe play a game later, there’s simply no reason to go with this. I’m finding a different mouse.

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  4. Chris R

    If you don’t run the Razer spyware app that tracks your typing/clicks, this thing will cycle through a rainbow painfully brightly. There is no capability on the mouse (or the corresponding keyboard) to preserve ANY settings when the Razer system tray app is exited. It will immediately revert to demonstration mode.It’s pretty and a great mouse, but requiring this ridiculous driver that tracks usage is a showstopper for me.

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  5. Chris R

    If you don’t run the Razer spyware app that tracks your typing/clicks, this thing will cycle through a rainbow painfully brightly. There is no capability on the mouse (or the corresponding keyboard) to preserve ANY settings when the Razer system tray app is exited. It will immediately revert to demonstration mode.It’s pretty and a great mouse, but requiring this ridiculous driver that tracks usage is a showstopper for me.

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  6. Chris R

    If you don’t run the Razer spyware app that tracks your typing/clicks, this thing will cycle through a rainbow painfully brightly. There is no capability on the mouse (or the corresponding keyboard) to preserve ANY settings when the Razer system tray app is exited. It will immediately revert to demonstration mode.It’s pretty and a great mouse, but requiring this ridiculous driver that tracks usage is a showstopper for me.

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  7. Cliffy B

    Why do I need an online account to set my mouse settings? Why does Razer Central need to pop up on my screen with updates every other day? Why is disabling updates greyed out, itself disabled?I’m so sick of every little device being strapped with overzealous software trying to get in the way of the original intention of the device. It even has something called Razer Softminer as a sister app it tries to get you to download and of course it will make Razer money mining god knows what using your system resources and you get “Razer Silver” points for screwing you.This would be a perfectly fine product if not for all this crap.Won’t be getting a Razer product again.

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  8. Cliffy B

    Why do I need an online account to set my mouse settings? Why does Razer Central need to pop up on my screen with updates every other day? Why is disabling updates greyed out, itself disabled?I’m so sick of every little device being strapped with overzealous software trying to get in the way of the original intention of the device. It even has something called Razer Softminer as a sister app it tries to get you to download and of course it will make Razer money mining god knows what using your system resources and you get “Razer Silver” points for screwing you.This would be a perfectly fine product if not for all this crap.Won’t be getting a Razer product again.

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  9. Cliffy B

    Why do I need an online account to set my mouse settings? Why does Razer Central need to pop up on my screen with updates every other day? Why is disabling updates greyed out, itself disabled?I’m so sick of every little device being strapped with overzealous software trying to get in the way of the original intention of the device. It even has something called Razer Softminer as a sister app it tries to get you to download and of course it will make Razer money mining god knows what using your system resources and you get “Razer Silver” points for screwing you.This would be a perfectly fine product if not for all this crap.Won’t be getting a Razer product again.

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