Razer Mamba Gaming Mouse
When looking at a Razer product very high expectations tend to be thrown up. This remains the case with the Razer Mamba. Claiming to be the fastest mouse in the world, both wired and wireless this mouse has a lot to live up to. During testing, the mouse both wired and wireless showed no noticeable difference between the two methods of input. The Mamba remained responsive at all times, providing an accurate and pleasurable tool for gaming.
The term "fits like a glove" isn't often used when referring to the shape and contours of a mouse, however in this instance there isn't a more appropriate term to brand the Mamba with. The years of design and engineering that have gone into crafting this mouse are undoubtedly well spent, and the team at Razer deserve a pat on the back for sticking with it right from its conception in 2001.
The presentation of the mouse is exquisite. Careful thought and planning have been put into every last detail creating a product that screams quality. This day in age quality comes at a hefty price tag and the Razer Mamba is no exception. The latest technology has never come cheap and none more so than the Mamba. Averaging at around £120 the Razer Mamba is not for the faint hearted. It takes an extremely dedicated gamer, or a very rich enthusiast to lay down this money for a mouse.
If you want the very best mouse money can buy then the Razer Mamba is undoubtedly the best mouse for you. If you want the best bang for buck then you need to look elsewhere.
The Razer Mamba without a shadow of a doubt can lift the performance crown and place it firmly on its head, but how long will the Mamba go unchallenged?
- Very attractive
- Sleek curves that fit in the palm of your hand
- Great battery life
- Wired and wireless connections
- Excellent tracking
- Docking station
- Conveniently placed DPI buttons
- Smooth scroll wheel
- No Driver disc included
- Difficult to remove outer casing
- Hefty price tag
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