Razer Mamba Wireless vs Lancehead Wireless

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by AshbyHeadHunter, Jan 9, 2019.


Wireless Mamba or Lancehead

  1. Mamba

  2. Lancehead

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  1. AshbyHeadHunter

    AshbyHeadHunter New Member

    Hi all

    I'm looking at getting a new wireless mouse mainly for work and just want to know what people think is the better of the Mamba wireless or the Lancehead wireless. I do still have my original Mamba from back in the day when the lighting was blue and it came with a charging dock which I quite liked but never used the Lancehead so yeah just wondering pros and cons of them, does one have anything better over the other etc.

    Cheers Razer fam look forward to your feddback.
  2. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I assume your talking about the new Mamba Wireless, and if so I would go for that over the lancehead wireless, unless you want a laser sensor or just like the feel of the lancehead more then the Mamba.

    The Mamba Wireless has a 50 hour battery life, a 5G optical sensor with 16,000 dpi, weights slightly less than the Lancehead Wireless, although the Mamba Wireless has less rgb on it, there are no strips on the sides of the mouse like the Lancehead wireless or even Mamba Elite (the wired version).

    On the other hand, the Lancehead Wireless has ~24 hour battery life, a 5G laser sensor with 16,000 DPI, and weights a tiny bit more then the Mamba wireless and it does have more RGB on it.

    So personally, I would go for the Mamba Wireless, since you would already be used to the feel of it for the most part other then a couple different rubber textures on the sides and scroll wheel, and it has a better battery life, and here in Canada it costs around $50 cheaper then the Lancehead for overall a better mouse.
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  3. AshbyHeadHunter

    AshbyHeadHunter New Member

    Thanks for that Jenjar, yeah I'm leaning towards the Mamba. Here in Aus its about a $70 difference between the 2.
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