Best Razer Mouse?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by NewTabCtrlPlusT, Jan 11, 2018.

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  1. NewTabCtrlPlusT

    NewTabCtrlPlusT New Member

    Hello Razer inside users, I am new to the Razer community and I was just wondering what is the best Razer mouse to buy? I am looking for something that is light weight and very customizable. Thanks!
     
  2. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    Well, Depends on if you want Wireless or wired, and what kind of mouse you want and budget. The lightest mouse would be the new Hyperflux combo, with that mamba and firefly with no battery and such (As far as I know), and if you wanted something light but wired either the Deathadder Elite or the Lancehead TE would be good (Although they are not the lightest, but best desktop mice IMO), but the most customizable mouse Razer has now is the Naga Trinty, that has swap-able sides, and if thats not your type of mouse the Synapse 3 supported mice would be the most customizable in terms of lighting effects and all of that.
     
  3. NewTabCtrlPlusT

    NewTabCtrlPlusT New Member

    Thanks for the response, my Budget is $200 so I'm not really worried about that. I currently have the DeathAdder expert 2013. I just want a wired mouse, and a decent one, I was interested in the HyperFlux but I haven't seen the combo, I will look into that.
     
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  4. sleepykeat

    sleepykeat New Member

    I have tried using both deathadder and mamba chroma, both kinda feels the same. If you're willing to pay more for a fancy looking one go for the mamba, if you are on a budget I suggest using deadthadder is good enough
     
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  5. NewTabCtrlPlusT

    NewTabCtrlPlusT New Member

    I'm probably going for the mamba or the HyperFlux
     
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  6. Liontaros

    Liontaros Well-Known Member

    mamba, lancehead and deathadder the best razer mice. Also the Abyssus is great but with out side buttons.
     
  7. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master

    What kind of customisation are you looking for? As @Jenjar said, the Naga Trinity has the swappable side plates, with the 12-button plate giving you a whopping 19 customisable buttons, including tilt-click, which you definitely won't get from the DAE. The DAE is lighter than the Trinity, but we're not talking about the weight difference between a wired and wireless mouse: it's the difference between a Razer mouse and a Razer mouse with more buttons. In this case, the weight difference is 15g or .03 lbs. Yes, 3/100ths of a pound.

    Plus, the new Naga now has an Optical sensor. Definite win in my book.
     
  8. NewTabCtrlPlusT

    NewTabCtrlPlusT New Member

    I just bought the mamba and I am having a great time with it. Thanks for the feedback :heart:
     
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  9. TheMisterCasual

    TheMisterCasual Active Member

    I can recommend either the Razer Basilisk or DeathAdder I've had both of them and currently using the Basilisk I think they're both great but if you want to go MOBA/MMO there is the new Naga Trinity which is modular
     
  10. WizardWinter

    WizardWinter Member

    i have been using Basilisk and i think this mouse is great for fps games.
     
  11. JungleBeast99

    JungleBeast99 Member

    Basilisk user here, and Im very happy with it. This mouse put me on another level in the games I play! The thumb rest is great, if there was something like that on the other side would be perfect, because my mouse handling is wrong.
     
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