Razer Mamba Experience

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by vg0nline, Feb 11, 2017.

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Which is better for you?

Poll closed Feb 25, 2017.
  1. Razer Mamba

    8.3%
  2. Razer Mamba Tournament Edition

    58.3%
  3. Razer DeathAdder Elite

    33.3%
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  1. vg0nline

    vg0nline New Member

    -Please comment your experience using Razer Mamba-
    *Razer Mamba only, its the one that has wired & wireless capability*

    -Thank you guys-

     
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  2. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    I think you should change title to something like ''[Poll] Which Razer Mamba is better?'', because when I clicked on this thread I expected you to be providing information about your experience with the Mamba, rather than requesting it.
     
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  3. HypocriticalIdiot

    HypocriticalIdiot Active Member

    Razer mama TE cots much less

    also the wireless mamba logo doesn't light up which doesn't sound like much but is a big killer for me.
     
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  4. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    I switched from the deathadder to the Mamba TE and i have to say that it has been an incredible difference. The build quality of the TE is brilliant and is designed ergonomically to fit my right hand perfectly. The lighting (like all chroma products) is crisp, clear and adjustable. I personally love that Razer included two scroll wheel buttons as i frequently use them in game to give me that unfair advantage ;). The sensor is the only downside to the mouse but is not as bad as many people suggest-there have only been a handful of cases where the sensor has played up on me but this hasn't effected my gaming.
    Hoped this helped :heart:
     
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  5. Berike

    Berike New Member

    What about the weight of the Mamba TE? I hate light mouse when you have 5.1 system sound and the bass makes the mouse to move, I had this issue with a CM Storm mouse, now I have the Logitech G502 and want to get a Mamba TE
     
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  6. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Did you ever hold or use a Deathadder Chroma? The Mamba TE seems to be a little more heavy then one of those, as far as i can tell, since I have both.
    The Logitech G502 is 161 grams, and the Mamba TE is around 133 grams, According to Logitech and Razer. The best way to find out of it would move with the bass is to find the weight of it, And then compare it to the Mamba TE. If they are the same mass or around the same, It will most likely move.
     
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  7. Berike

    Berike New Member

    The Logitech G502 is fine in weight, just used a kitchen balance with the aditional weight that I use and it's 143g, the original 125g feels light and I don't like it. I love this mice, I would change to Mamba to have full chroma effect, I bought last month a Razer Blade + Razer Orochi to use with it, I loved the Chroma effect for games like Overwatch, now I want to have the same effect for my Desktop build :)
     
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  8. vg0nline

    vg0nline New Member

    Thanks for the info.. I was planning to buy Razer Mamba but not so sure if it really good for gaming (wireless mode). Now choosing from Mamba TE or DeathAdder Elite. All in all good stuff bro.
     
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  9. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    Definitely go for the TE but let me know your decision! :)
     
  10. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    I'm going against popular opinion on this one. I think wireless is one of those tiny details that gamer's like to nitpick and make a big deal out of when in reality it might have a small, even negligible, effect on gameplay. I would gladly sacrifice 0.00005ms response time for wireless freedom lol. Seriously though, I use a wireless mechanical keyboard and can easily reach past 130WPM (that's 650 APM) with it.

    Like Berike, I also don't like lightweight mouse. I prefer mice that have a bit more weight to them so my vote is for the Mamba. The fact that the logo doesn't glow is actually an advantage for me because I only want one Razer logo on my desk. When you have a Razer logo on your mouse, keyboard, mousepad, and headset and they are all different sizes, it doesn't look good imo.
     
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