Razer Ups Gaming Mouse Ante with 4G Dual Sensor System

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Chilly

Stick with Logitech for comfort, percision, driver support, cost.  I have used Razer, RAT, Microsoft and a few others and always go back to Logitech.  I currently have the G9x which is perfect for large hands.  The Imperator and Mamba had tracking problems so I guess by adding another old school sensor is supposed to fix the problem??  We will see.

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newegg911

Two sensor, sounds like a gimmick to me. This is one of those things like the those fancy NIC's that look good on paper but no real live human would ever be able to tell the difference. And besides, the shape and how it fits in my hand is EVERYTHING in a mouse, and those claw finger Razer designs just don't do it for me. I like big beefy mice that rest comfortably in my palm. (The relatively cheap Logitech MX series is the perfect shape and size for my hand.)

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Ghok

More interested in added functionality.

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kixofmyg0t

Awesome. Throw the phrase "4G" in there and you confuse the 12 year olds. 

 

Bravo MaximumPC. 

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Marthian

12 year olds pay $80 for a mouse AND game on a PC? What is this info?

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Brock Kane

$130 mouse? Come on! I don't care if it makes me win every Black Ops FF game ever! No mouse on this planet is worth that much cash!

I think Razer has too big an ego to expect dudes to shell out all that dough for a mouse!

Be better off saving that $130 to put towards an upgraded video card. Or maybe a bigger monitor! Each of those 2 things alone will help your gaming skills much better than a mouse!

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Holly Golightly

 

PC Gaming is an expensive habit that I, among many others that take pride in. $130 is chump change for some of the stuff I paid for in regards to upgrades and what not. I do not like the idea of having wireless products, but when you want something as great as a 4Ghz sensor, you have to pay high. I have purchased the original Mamba, and it looks amazing. The charging station is so bright. Makes any blue gaming rig cool. One thing I am glad to see though is that there is more options now. All to work with what you are willing to pay.

 

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Vano

4Ghz?

It's 4G, which means it uses 4G cellular internet to connect to the PC, so you can control your computer from anywhere in the world...

 

Ok, ok, that was a sarcastic joke.

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Marthian

the super $1000 liquid cooling setup + $3000 gaming setup says otherwise.

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kevaskous

...............wtf? I don't even

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iceman08

I'm 12 and what is this?

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Joji

It means everytime you move that mouse around, every single milo-meter is "sensed". 6400dpi is extremely precise. But $130 is an overkill. I rather go for the wired version. Saves battery.

I plan on getting the RAT7, I like that mouse very much. ^^

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Guisano

I'm returning my RAT 7 as soon as I get the car back.  It worked great for about 2 days and then all manner of odd things began happening including constant browser crashing.  I ended up removing all mouse drivers and am currently back with my old Logitech using the Windows drivers.

The Logitech G700 was a bigger disappointment than the RAT.  Way too sensitive and difficult to program. 

 

If you haven't bought this mouse yet - DON'T.  You'll be wasting your money, time and patience.

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kevaskous

I'm not an idiot, i have a SteelSeries Xai and used to play competition, made a fair bit of prize money back then. But this mouse screams hype and shenanigans, just like the Philips Twin-eye before that. What an abomination.

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