Razer Adjustable Click Force Technology

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  1. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member

    As fellow gamers, we fuss about minute details in our equipment to secure every bit of advantage we can have over the competition. We’ve done just that with the new Razer Mamba – from looks to technology.

    Our most advanced piece of tech yet, the Razer Mamba is the first gaming mouse to sport the patent-pending, revolutionary Adjustable Click Force Technology which allows you to adjust the amount of force needed to actuate clicks.

    The Adjustable Click Force is controlled by an analog screw mechanism (capable of up to 504° of turn) and is found on the back of the Razer Mamba. It is mechanical, easy-to-use and separate for both the left and right Hyperesponse mouse buttons. Choose between 14 different distinct click feels by scaling form an actuation force as low as 45g up to a click force of 95g by turning the mechanism to the left or right, using the included Allen key.


    What does all this mean? Does it change up my game? The quick reply is yes.

    Are you someone who requires that extra bit of control to hold back your anticipatory reactions when lining up headshots? Are you a twitch gamer that handles better with light, fast clicks?

    Each gamer has a different preference to how one’s mouse clicks should feel and each game has its own requirements to be skilful in. This is where the Adjustable Click Force Technology comes in.


    Here are some recommended Click Force settings based on specific game genres:
    • Click settings 1-3 : approx. 45g to 50g
      MOBA, RTS games that require light, sudden, or rapid clicking for quick action feedback.

    • Click settings 6-8 : approx. 60g to 70g
      MMORPG, Action/FPS (non-class specific) games that play well with a balanced click force for a variety of actions.

    • Click settings 13-15 : approx. 90g to 95g
      Vehicular Combat (World of Tanks), Class-based Action/FPS (Sniper role) games that require distinct and controlled clicks.
    A technology several years in the making and created through close collaboration with industry experts and the Razer community - we’re pleased to bring this patent pending technology to the new Razer Mamba.

    Let us know what you think of the new Razer Mamba and the Adjustable Click Force Technology.

    Learn more about the Razer Mamba here: http://rzr.to/mambavid
  2. Barefeats

    Barefeats Member

    pretty awesome actually... have the allen wrench nobs to adjust been tested for wear? just incase u play with it too much :blush:
  3. Quentix

    Quentix Member

    I would love to see this technolohy on mechanicals switches, but I guess it's not that simple.. Great job anyway Razer, looking forward to test this mouse
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    SUPERCILEX Active Member

    Wow!!!! Amazing!!!! Anyone know if this will be in the Naga Epic? Maybe even the BlackWidow!?
  5. GhettoCowboy

    GhettoCowboy Active Member

    I actually think this is a pretty nice feature, but I would have to test it personally to be able to say more about it
  6. Need4Speed

    Need4Speed Member

    Sweet, I may have to replace my mouse already.
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  7. mike4898

    mike4898 Member

    That's cool, I might replace my mouse for the Mamba.
  8. kccc187

    kccc187 New Member

    This is why I love razer lol. They always one up even themselves.
  9. ETitus

    ETitus Active Member

    No trigger happy tanking in World of Tanks :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: ?
    Oh well, if only the mamba had a bluetooth mode :slightly_sad:
  10. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    Couldn't agree more. I have the old mamba I bring around for travel and gotta bring the clunky dock with me coz don't like using with wires. Bluetooth should have been added maybe on the Tournament edition at least.
  11. Blurred4

    Blurred4 Member

    This sounds awesome. You completely control your mouse. I might think about changing my Ouroboros
  12. dirtbikerxz_no_id

    dirtbikerxz_no_id Active Member

    might be hard to do for the blackwidow, because of the so many number of keys. Mayber they can device some way so that all the keys change together, but I doubt it. And I guess maybe they can can do some sot of mechanism which is software controlled, so you can just select in synapse what pressure you want, and there is like a servo in each key that turns to make it stiffer or looser. But I'm pretty sure that would cost a lot of money.
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  13. Odesius

    Odesius Active Member

    @Razer|Technokat Will this technology be integrated into other mice in the future?
    Nikan likes this.
  14. jpants94

    jpants94 Active Member

    Thats a sweet piece of technology there, might have to consider upgrading now just because of it.
  15. LemonSpider

    LemonSpider Member

    just give me it. K?
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  16. cyncle

    cyncle Active Member

    sound cool, but to me, the chorma is the reason why i will get one lol.

    SUPERCILEX Active Member

    Yeah, I know, it's a lot of maybes but you have to start somewhere right? I'm just saying that a few years down the road, Razer might make a breakthrough and be able to change all the keys at once using Synapse. This is probably more than a few years down the road but nothing is ever impossible!!! :D
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    KOXOXOK Member

    Nice technology. Can't wait for it to be released
  19. intertweb

    intertweb New Member

    That looks awesome! It will be surely very usefull for gamers :3
  20. EliZiga

    EliZiga New Member

    that is awesome. I hope this feature is available in the tournament version of the Mamba
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