Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Mouse

Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Mouse – [16, 000 DPI Optical Sensor][Chroma RGB Lighting][7 Programmable Buttons][Mechanical Switches][Up to 50 Hr Battery life]

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Description

  • High-Precision 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (reprogrammable) for gaming
  • Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
  • Improved, Ergonomic Design: Rubberized side grips reduce fatigue over long use sessions
  • Ridged, Rubberized Scroll Wheel for Maximum Accuracy: Small, tactile bumps increases grip and helps with more controlled scrolling in high-stakes gaming situations
  • 7 programmable buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse.Compatible with Xbox One for basic input
  • Multi-Day Battery: Lasts up to 50 hours on a single charge with lighting disabled

Additional information

Specification: Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Mouse

Brand Name

Item model number

RZ01-02710100-R3U1

Hardware Platform

Item Weight (ounces)

4.8

Product Dimensions

1.7 x 4.9 x 2.8 inches

Item Dimensions L x W x H

1.7 x 4.92 x 2.75 inches

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

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  1. yeahOK

    I’ve always loved the shape of the Mamba mice. My only complaint was generally the laser PTE (sensor would jump slightly when you lifted the mouse and put it back down). Now they are using the PMW 3389 which is Razer’s version of the 3360 and arguably one of the best optical sensors out.I have always preferred wireless mice, but they have always had huge trade offs in the past such as being heavy, poor battery life, and connection issues. The hyperflux is really, really cool. Since the mouse has a capacitor instead of a battery, it’s very light weight (96 grams) and never needs to be charged. The trade off here is that since it doesn’t have a battery, you have to use it with the mouse mat so it can get power unless you want to plug in the USB cord for wired mode. For me it’s a non-issue since I don’t plan on travelling with it. Some people are complaining about the size of the mouse mat, but it’s more than big enough for me as I typically use a steelseries qck pad (normal size) and this is bigger than that. The lowest DPI setting I use for FPS games is 800, so I’m not going to run out of mouse pad space, but your mileage may vary depending on what DPI you use.I have had zero lag with this thing and it never loses connection. Some reviews here say that you can’t use it anywhere near anything metallic and I think that is a little overboard. It will probably have issues on all metal desk if it is sitting on top of metal, but my pull out keyboard tray has metal guide rails that are within a mm of the mouse pad and it has no issues with them at all. In fact, the majority of my desk is metal that is all in very close proximity to the mouse pad. Just make sure what the pad sits on is not metal and I’m sure you will be fine.For me this is pretty much the perfect mouse. It’s expensive, but it combines the best of everything I am looking for with very few trade offs in my opinion. I hope they keep it up with this direction and sensor choice as it just an awesome experience from form to function.

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  2. yeahOK

    I’ve always loved the shape of the Mamba mice. My only complaint was generally the laser PTE (sensor would jump slightly when you lifted the mouse and put it back down). Now they are using the PMW 3389 which is Razer’s version of the 3360 and arguably one of the best optical sensors out.I have always preferred wireless mice, but they have always had huge trade offs in the past such as being heavy, poor battery life, and connection issues. The hyperflux is really, really cool. Since the mouse has a capacitor instead of a battery, it’s very light weight (96 grams) and never needs to be charged. The trade off here is that since it doesn’t have a battery, you have to use it with the mouse mat so it can get power unless you want to plug in the USB cord for wired mode. For me it’s a non-issue since I don’t plan on travelling with it. Some people are complaining about the size of the mouse mat, but it’s more than big enough for me as I typically use a steelseries qck pad (normal size) and this is bigger than that. The lowest DPI setting I use for FPS games is 800, so I’m not going to run out of mouse pad space, but your mileage may vary depending on what DPI you use.I have had zero lag with this thing and it never loses connection. Some reviews here say that you can’t use it anywhere near anything metallic and I think that is a little overboard. It will probably have issues on all metal desk if it is sitting on top of metal, but my pull out keyboard tray has metal guide rails that are within a mm of the mouse pad and it has no issues with them at all. In fact, the majority of my desk is metal that is all in very close proximity to the mouse pad. Just make sure what the pad sits on is not metal and I’m sure you will be fine.For me this is pretty much the perfect mouse. It’s expensive, but it combines the best of everything I am looking for with very few trade offs in my opinion. I hope they keep it up with this direction and sensor choice as it just an awesome experience from form to function.

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  3. Robert C. Bishop

    I’ve always wanted the Mamba Tournament edition because it has an amazing shape and awesome lighting. But unfortunately the laser sensor in it is known to have severe issues such as not being able to track pixel to pixel movements and being very sensitive to dust and other debris.But this past Summer Razer finally gave us the Mamba TE shell and lighting but with the PMW3389 sensor, the same one from the Deathadder Elite.The shape is very similar to the Deathadder, but the hump is not as big and the sides are more straight, so its easier to grip if you have smaller hands like me. I can palm grip, and claw grip is perfectly.The buttons are Razer mechanical omron switches, rated for 50 million clicks. Honestly, these are the best mouse switches I have ever used, they feel tactile and responsive, not like older Razer mice where some would feel tactile and others would feel mushy. The side buttons have good travel but can make a buzzing sound if you push them in the wrong way, not complaining though the Logitech G403 and G703 have the same issue. The scroll wheel isn’t loose like on earlier copies of this mouse, but it is very stiff, but it works. It also tilts left and right. The DPI buttons are the same as the Deathadder Elite.The sensor is the PMW3389, currently the top optical sensor on the market. And it actually capable of gaming. No spin outs, it tracks pixel perfect movements and has no acceleration. Flawless.The lighting is BEAUTIFUL! In fact its even better than the Mamba Tournament edition, it has more lighting zones which can be customized.Now the software is a pain in the butt. Razer Synapse 3 is known to be buggy but I haven’t had performance issues with it. What annoys me is how were forced to use an account with it and how were forced to use it just to tweak mouse settings. It also gives you ad popups for Razer products every once in a while by default, but you can turn that off. But I will be honest, this software is pretty good. You can reprogram the buttons, change lighting settings, profiles, calibrate the sensor and much more. The Chroma studio is also amazing. You can customize each lighting zone to do whatever you want it to do in terms of lighting, and its very easy to create your own custom and advanced lighting effects.Overall I highly recommend this mouse and I’m glad to see Razer stepping up their game. They took a mouse that many people liked for the LED’s and finally gave us more options for LED’s and a top sensor. Go buy this mouse!

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  4. Robert C. Bishop

    I’ve always wanted the Mamba Tournament edition because it has an amazing shape and awesome lighting. But unfortunately the laser sensor in it is known to have severe issues such as not being able to track pixel to pixel movements and being very sensitive to dust and other debris.But this past Summer Razer finally gave us the Mamba TE shell and lighting but with the PMW3389 sensor, the same one from the Deathadder Elite.The shape is very similar to the Deathadder, but the hump is not as big and the sides are more straight, so its easier to grip if you have smaller hands like me. I can palm grip, and claw grip is perfectly.The buttons are Razer mechanical omron switches, rated for 50 million clicks. Honestly, these are the best mouse switches I have ever used, they feel tactile and responsive, not like older Razer mice where some would feel tactile and others would feel mushy. The side buttons have good travel but can make a buzzing sound if you push them in the wrong way, not complaining though the Logitech G403 and G703 have the same issue. The scroll wheel isn’t loose like on earlier copies of this mouse, but it is very stiff, but it works. It also tilts left and right. The DPI buttons are the same as the Deathadder Elite.The sensor is the PMW3389, currently the top optical sensor on the market. And it actually capable of gaming. No spin outs, it tracks pixel perfect movements and has no acceleration. Flawless.The lighting is BEAUTIFUL! In fact its even better than the Mamba Tournament edition, it has more lighting zones which can be customized.Now the software is a pain in the butt. Razer Synapse 3 is known to be buggy but I haven’t had performance issues with it. What annoys me is how were forced to use an account with it and how were forced to use it just to tweak mouse settings. It also gives you ad popups for Razer products every once in a while by default, but you can turn that off. But I will be honest, this software is pretty good. You can reprogram the buttons, change lighting settings, profiles, calibrate the sensor and much more. The Chroma studio is also amazing. You can customize each lighting zone to do whatever you want it to do in terms of lighting, and its very easy to create your own custom and advanced lighting effects.Overall I highly recommend this mouse and I’m glad to see Razer stepping up their game. They took a mouse that many people liked for the LED’s and finally gave us more options for LED’s and a top sensor. Go buy this mouse!

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  5. Jin225

    So if you are looking for reliability then I would pass on this.When I first got this I thought finally a wireless mouse without the weight of the battery.I thought: Razer know what they are doing pushing out this new tech. And I have all Razer peripheries.It would randomly disconnect from the pad and would spend almost 10 sec to reconnect.Imagine playing a competitive multiplayer and the mouse stop working.And it happens way more frequent than I first thought if I had to quantify it once every 25 min of heavy gaming.

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  6. Jin225

    So if you are looking for reliability then I would pass on this.When I first got this I thought finally a wireless mouse without the weight of the battery.I thought: Razer know what they are doing pushing out this new tech. And I have all Razer peripheries.It would randomly disconnect from the pad and would spend almost 10 sec to reconnect.Imagine playing a competitive multiplayer and the mouse stop working.And it happens way more frequent than I first thought if I had to quantify it once every 25 min of heavy gaming.

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