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Razer Lancehead Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with Chroma Lighting Black RZ01-02570100-R3U1 $59.99

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  • Powered by Razer Chroma
  • Features individually programmable backlit keys with 16.8 million color options.
  • Razer mechanical switches
  • Optimized and tweaked for the fastest response times and for extended durability up to 50 million clicks.
  • Adaptive Frequency Technology
  • Constantly scans frequency channels in millisecond intervals for any form of interference, and seamlessly switches frequency to allow for perfectly lag-free data transmission to your system.
  • 2.4GHz wireless connection
  • This mouse connects to your computer using a wireless USB dongle.
  • True 16,000 DPI optical sensor
  • For fast and precise swipes.
  • Nine programmable buttons
  • Expand your control with easy configuration via Razer Synapse 3 (Coming soon).
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Can be used comfortably whether you're right- or left-handed.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers
  • Works across a wide array of computers.

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Had one and sometimes the connection will get cut off in game that I had to go back to wired mouse. won't recommend anyone for this.
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Had one and sometimes the connection will get cut off in game that I had to go back to wired mouse. won't recommend anyone for this.
This and running out of batteries at the worst moments are why I still stick with wired.
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Nice try.

The battery life is 50! Hours

Don't 💩 on this guy's post if you don't know what you are talking about. Show some respect.
Reviews on this model aren't good, sensor isn't great and battery life is a negative point. Don't believe the marketing material haha remember how laptops get 20+ hours and it turns out to be 3? 😂
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This is a different model than the poorly reviewed one on Amazon, and this is actually reviewed well on BB. The wireless one on Amazon is a laser sensor, whereas this one is optical, so maybe they improved it. For an ambidextrous form mouse, the G305 can be had for less than this deal price at all times with proven accurate tracking (LIGHTSPEED proprietary tech) and 250 hr battery life, which I can attest to since I decided on the G305 for it's size (little Asian hands) when looking for wireless and have absolutely zero complaints, notice zero difference in terms of tracking compared to the wired G502 I was using previously; you're only buying this for the Razer brand/RGB which is a poor way to decide on a mouse when it comes to actual performance (Should be finding mice that match your grip and hand size), but to each their own. Also recommend looking up rocketjumpninja for highly extensive reviews and mouse recommendations based on grip and hand size.
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I have the wired version of this. It's ok but I'm right handed and didn't realize it was ambidextrous. It felt uncomfortable for me so I switched to a Basilisk‎ with is right handed.
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This is a different model than the poorly reviewed one on Amazon, and this is actually reviewed well on BB. The wireless one on Amazon is a laser sensor, whereas this one is optical, so maybe they improved it. For an ambidextrous form mouse, the G305 can be had for less than this deal price at all times with proven accurate tracking (LIGHTSPEED proprietary tech) and 250 hr battery life, which I can attest to since I decided on the G305 for it's size (little Asian hands) when looking for wireless and have absolutely zero complaints, notice zero difference in terms of tracking compared to the wired G502 I was using previously; you're only buying this for the Razer brand/RGB which is a poor way to decide on a mouse when it comes to actual performance (Should be finding mice that match your grip and hand size), but to each their own. Also recommend looking up rocketjumpninja for highly extensive reviews and mouse recommendations based on grip and hand size.
Came here to say this. Razer has really done a poor job with this, as they switched out the laser sensor for a very well regarded optical one in May of this year, but their website still shows the old specs. Amazon also seems to just have kept the old listing with all the bad reviews which are specific to the laser sensor.
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I was going to buy this a couple weeks ago, but then I saw it was $49 at Best Buy in June 2019. So I figured I'd wait for a better sale.
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I have Logitech g305. Battery lasts over a year
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The battery life is 50! Hours

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50 hours is shit. You can get a G603 that is 500 hours and probably as good, if not better performance.
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The wired lancehead is the best gaming mouse IMO. As to razor's wireless mouse, I recommend the new mamba
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fk rzr
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Idk why everyone making the battery life a big deal. You're supposed to use rechargeable batteries. And you're pc will warn you when the battery level is below 20%. So you have like a whole week to recharge the batteries instead of letting them suddenly die on you while playing.
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Is this better than the Logitech G602? Specifically for RTS games.
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