A state of FRESH
Rocking a brand-new look, the Razer Blade Pro 17 is the ultimate on-the-go battlestation
Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Razer.WolfPack, Aug 31, 2018.
Nice or noise ?
I'm sure she even taste good.
Razer missing the main functions with 2018 version!
I was just about to purchase the 2018 version to replace my 2016. However after looking into mouse it has several options missing:
1. NO DOCK! what, I want to be able to quickly attach mouse after use to a dock sat with chroma on desk as previous version have had, not to have to fiddle about plugging a cable in that will be messy on desk, and probably fall down behind desk, who ever though this was a good idea needs to find a new job! could it be price drop influenced this decision, then release two versions of mouse, 1 with cable £99 and 1 with dock £130+
2. No side Chroma lights, again who made this BAD decision! it looks worse than the 2016 version.
3. Missed great selling point - should of created so could charge up on the hyperflux and released the hyperflux mat at a £100 price range.
because of 1 and 2 above I wont be purchasing the 2018 model
oh wow 50 hours of battery life is great
Thanks for the response! I'm ditching my old Mamba and Orochi so I can just bring 1 mouse (with on-board synapse)
Still no September zsilver update
Unless Razer re-package this with a dock solution to charge I wont be buying this, which is a shame as I really want to upgrade my 2015 mamba
I feel the same way. I want a doc and my rgb strips back please
I have the wireless mamba with the dock. Synapse 3.0 support for it would be nice but not holding my breath lol.
Is a wireless mouse reliable? Have always been using wired mouse.
Wireless tech used to be more "laggy" years ago, moreover they're heavier cause of the battery.
But with time they've been improved, and quality wireless mouse have the same quality than the wire ones nowaday.
IMO it's up to one's taste to choose wire or less.
That being said the hyperflux tech is a perfect compromise.
The HyperFlux would of been perfect if the mouse had a battery to hold charge so you could take mouse and use on a another surface away from the Hyperflux pad.
That way she'll be heavier.
We need a Razer gaming chair.
Yes it is
There ARE lights and tilt wheel and also Synapse Support, wdym bro?
USB adapter only, there is no charging dock.
Seems like a downgrade, pass.
Hopefully will have a chance to try out a wireless Razer mouse performance
There is no tilt wheel as it says that it is a 7 button mouse, plus rocket ninja shows it not having a tilt wheel.
As for the chroma I meant advanced chroma and for synapse support I was referring to my current wireless mamba which only has synapse 2 support. sorry if I wasn't clear
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