Razer Mamba Wireless 2018 Review & Specs

Razer Mamba Wireless 2018 16000 DPS 5G Optical Sensor Wired/Wireless

Razer Mamba Wireless 2018 16000 DPS 5G Optical Sensor Wired/Wireless

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5G ADVANCED OPTICAL SENSOR: True 16,000 DPI and a Resolution Accuracy of 99.4%. Experience the new standard of precision and speed
7 PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS: Individually configure each button to your preferred actions through Razer Synapse 3
EXTENDED BATTERY LIFE: 50 hours of gameplay on a single charge
ADVANCED ERGONOMICS WITH IMPROVED SIDE GRIPS: Game for hours with reduced stress on your palm and fingers
HYBRID ON-BOARD MEMORY AND CLOUD STORAGE: Rebind buttons, assign macros, and save all your profile configurations to the cloud and save up to 5 profiles to the on-board memory and access them anywhere


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Specs Overview

Model RZ01-02710100-R3U1
Release Date September 2018

* First availability for purchase, it may not correspond to the actual market launch date.

DPI 16000
Connection Wireless
Tracking Method Optical
Color Black/Green
Hand Orientation Right

Critic Reviews

70

It's not going to win any design awards like the 2015 version, nor is it anywhere near as futuristic as the Hyperflux model, but the 2018 Mamba Wireless is pretty damn good regardless. It's lightweight, comfortable, with great battery life and an...

PCWorld New Zealand

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90

Gone are the lavish charging stand and full-body lighting strips from the 2015 model, which always felt ostentatious and sort of vestigial. The 2018 Mamba is sleek, trim, and made more for use than for show, exactly how I prefer my peripherals.

Games Radar

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90

Considering I really enjoyed using the Razer Mamba Hyperflux, it probably comes as no surprise that I am equally effusive about the Razer Mamba Wireless (2018).That's because it is essentially the exact same mouse, with an added 10g weight because it...

Kitguru.net

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