Is the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition good? More info in description.

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Loyfe_, Jul 13, 2017.

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  1. Loyfe_

    Loyfe_ New Member

    My main question is if the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition any good.
    More Questions:
    • For League of Legends, Counter Strike : Global Offensive and other fast pace games, will it be any good playing these types of games. Is the mouse accurate enough for precise shots (CS:GO) and movements(LoL).
    • Is it comfortable enough so I could do my daily tasks (Web surfing, youtube etc) for long periods of times.
    • Does the mouse deliver quick response clicks for fast paced games and applications which will need quick reaction times. < This might not differ much, but still would like to know.
    These are all! Thanks for reading or answering some of my questions!
  2. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Well-Known Member

    Well, it does have the best sensor of any Razer mouse at the moment so I would assume so. I'll be getting the regular/wireless/non-tournament one sometime to confirm all of this though. :D
  3. Loyfe_

    Loyfe_ New Member

    Oh okay, thanks for telling me. The best sensor of any Razor mouse is just so good for a mouse that costs less than most Razor mouses.
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  4. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    It has the same sensor as DeathAdder Elite, which is really great. Additionally Lancehead TE has builtin memory for configuration (DA Elite doesn't have this unfortunatelly).
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  5. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Well, I think you're both wrong in a way.

    Lancehead TE uses the best optical sensor and is very good for games like CS:GO.
    Lancehead (wireless) is using a Phillips Twin-Eye laser sensor which has problems tracking precise movements, it's not really a good mouse. We've been telling Razer not to use it, but they keep doing it. Every time.
    They use the best wireless technology, yet they don't use the best sensor they have... Why you do this Razer?

    The switches on both mice are great.

    More on the mouse comfort and the sensors in this video. I recommend Rocket Jump Ninja for mouse reviews.
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