Razer Mamba vs Logitech G900

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by j.i, Apr 5, 2016.


Best wireless gaming mouse?

  1. Razer Mamba

    20 vote(s)
  2. Logitech G900

    15 vote(s)
  3. others

    2 vote(s)
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  1. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    So after watching the review of the new Logitech G900 ()

    I'm pretty impressed. It does not have the nice chroma effects but seems to outperform the mamba in terms of performance.
    The price seems to be a bit higher than the mamba, so I probably won't get it, but what do you think about the G900? Better than the Mamba, or does Razer still has the upper hand on wireless gaming mice?
  2. I think that the G900 is more of a performance oriented wireless gaming mouse, while the Mamba focuses on both performance and appearance, making compromises along the way.

    I also think that the Mamba would be more suited for a desk-type scenario (hence the dock), because I don't think many people would bring a pedestal like that on the go. The G900 is better for travel and places where there may be a lot of interference.

    Both are great mice, just different usage cases.
  3. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    yes that is true, the mamba still is the best looking mouse in my opionion. However I hope that Razer is currently working on a next gen mouse, as the logitech G900 really has some cool features which should be implemented in every upcoming wireless mouse
  4. Flaxguideclassic610

    Flaxguideclassic610 New Member

    i wonder how is the mouse respond compare to mamba wireless.
    in term of comfort not sure which one is the best g900 or mamba.

    i bought the mamba 3 days ago before the g900 start selling here.
  5. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    I can't really tell by it's looks, however I will definitely try it out if it comes to the local retailers
    Although it might be hard to compete with the mamba , as it is on of the most comfortable mouse out there

    Ok so today i tried the g900 out in a store, and I have to say I'm a little bit disappointed , because it does not feel as premium as a 180$ mouse should feel, so I know many would say the exact same thing about the mamba, but atleast it has beautiful lightning, a great dock and the buttons on the Mamba feel a bit crispier
    Also for my hands it's not very comfortable, as the g900 is too long, so I can't get a good grip on it
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  6. Tr1ckyPlayz

    Tr1ckyPlayz Member

    it depends on which games you will play and your role , as a sniper in shooting games i'd suggest mamba for you
  7. Mczpzy

    Mczpzy Active Member

    Mamba FTW! Mamba is balanced between the looks and performance. While for me the g900 offers good in performance but meh in the looks.
  8. Nightmyth

    Nightmyth Active Member

    Asking about these two in this particular forum is definitely going to get a biased result. You'd be better asking about them in a brand-neutral forum.
    dErPyTuRtLeZ and azninvazngaming like this.
  9. leetretroBeaver227

    leetretroBeaver227 New Member

    I have a first gen Mamba. I also am an FPS gamer that takes out my bad gaming on the mouse. My Mamba has been slammed, dropped, thrown etc. and for all these years has not missed a beat until yesterday. Now a DPI switch has finally died. I have been researching the G900 and although it has better wireless specs it appears to be a more fragile build, especially when Linus comments about the sloppy main switches and air gaps. Also the ambidextrous feature is similar to my Ouroboros, which I only use as a third spare to my G700s - main reason is that nothing has been as comfortable to long term use as the Mamba. I will order a new Mamba for now and see what floats up over the next year. I just hope Razer has kept the build quality up as I am sure this too will see some air time after the new wears off :) Yes I am biased but my bias is based on over 36 years of experience with mice.
  10. Badgertista

    Badgertista Well-Known Member

    Any owners of the G900 can comment on the battery life? Can you really go a full week of gaming 2-4 hours a day without charging?

    I would have love to love the new Mamba, but that kind of "shape" on a mouse hurts my wrist like hell. I need something in the likes of the old Wireless Mamba of the Logitech 502, that is more low profile or "flat" on the top (not sure how to describe this).
  11. The G900 is just... it doenst look right.

    Razer knows how to design. Im happy to pay a little more.
  12. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    Actually you pay less, Logitech has gotten pretty pricey the last couple of years, the g900 almost costs 180€ in europe
  13. Wow... 180€ for that ting...

    Long live razer :)!
  14. SnowSpyral

    SnowSpyral Member

    The Mamba seems really stylish and will fit your hand grip easily while also meeting other needs!
  15. It depends. Mamba have more fanciness, but the G900 is better in performance. Guess its up to your preference.
  16. Evanswachtz

    Evanswachtz New Member

    I just bought the G900, after using the Mamba TE for a month or so, and I can tell you it's fucking awesome. I've heard the Mamba Wireless range isn't good at all, around 2m if not less. The G900 is around 7-8m, I tried it myself! It feels very good and it actually looks very well! Long live Logitech. Game with passion. Win with science.
  17. Logitech G900, is good + Razer Mamba, very good
  18. forevercrl

    forevercrl Active Member

    The performance of Logitech is quite good and Logitech is very durable. But I did not like the design of Logitech.
  19. 0V3R_K1LL

    0V3R_K1LL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    The G900 has an ambidextrous design as well as those customizable side buttons. I also heard the G900 has a longer battery life with the lights off, not really sure about that though.
  20. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    Could you tell any big difference in it's performance compared to other wireless mice? Is it really that good?
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