[SUGGESTION] A Wireless Optical Mouse

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Hawkeye85, Aug 13, 2017.


What type of mouse do you want to see? Optical vs. Laser and Wireless vs. Wired!

  1. Optical Wired

  2. Optical Wireless

  3. Laser Wired

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  4. Laser Wireless

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  1. Hawkeye85

    Hawkeye85 Member

    Hello, as the title says, I would love to see a wireless optical mouse from Razer! Preferably ambidextrous, like the Lancehead wireless with an optical sensor, or the Mamba wireless with an optical sensor. I do not know much about the process of building a mouse, but if Logitech can do it, what is stopping Razer from building a better wireless optical mouse? Please discuss/post any comments you have/tell me if there's a specific mouse type you would like to see!

    Note: please use the poll! I would love to see how many of you agree/disagree without counting all of the comments!
  2. pvppro19

    pvppro19 Member

    Make a mamba v2 with an optical sensor or a wireless deathadder and take my money
  3. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    I voted optical wired. I'm paranoid about losing connection while gaming with a wireless mouse. And while I'm sure the technology is sound, I'm just in my safe space with a wired mouse.
  4. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master

    Ask and ye shall receive.
    Y'all saw this, right?
  5. Hawkeye85

    Hawkeye85 Member

    @ PTSinger Too true! Thank goodness too! Unfortunately it seems a bit small/no lighting, so I probably will not be going for it. However, lets hope this gives Razer the idea to put optical sensors in all of their wireless mice from now on!
  6. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Administrator Staff Member

    But but the Razer Atheris is a mighty fine mobile mouse... I think you broke it's heart there :slightly_sad:
    Fisz likes this.
  7. Hawkeye85

    Hawkeye85 Member

    I'm not gonna argue with ya on that point, it IS a fine mouse, possibly one of the best that Razer has released past few years. However I'm used to a Naga Epic Chroma and I'd feel like I'd break that tiny thing :big_grin_:
  8. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I like, that Razer is listening to community. 1st - Tournament Edition of Lancehead with Optical sensor, now mobile, wireless mouse :)
  9. hasimo14

    hasimo14 Well-Known Member

    how about small with lightning or medium size like your naga epic chroma but without lightning?? which one do you choose?
  10. Hawkeye85

    Hawkeye85 Member

    Honestly I am not sure, I feel like a small mouse would impair me for a few weeks, as I play FPS games and it could take awhile for me to adjust, after using my Naga Epic Chroma for a few years. Would be hard to go without my Chroma lighting as well...... hard question.... don't think I'd be able to choose without flipping a coin :confused_:
  11. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    Ya, chroma lighting is the best. It's all this eye candy that's re-sparked my interest in PC peripherals.
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