What's your favorite mouse by razer?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by LunarBlackout, Mar 28, 2018.

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  1. LunarBlackout

    LunarBlackout Member

    I'm curious to see what everyone likes as their favorite mouse by Razer. Let me know, personally my favorite mouse has to be the Razer lancehead TE my friend has one and I got to use it. Love at first touch is all I can say about it such a perfect piece I am still using the deathadder from the holiday gaming bundle but it is still a great mouse.

    Let me know the story of your mouse, what all you love about it, and how long you've had it. :wink_:
  2. .Surf.

    .Surf. Well-Known Member

    I got myself a Razer Naga Epic Chroma because i was playing MMORPG's at that time, and i found the side buttons of it quite useful with skills and weapons. But right now i'm thinking that the Razer Trinity might be in top, because it can be adjusted to the type of the game you like by changing those side button pads. It's practically everything you need in one mouse for multiple type of games, and has the performance of Razer. So that would make it first in top.
  3. Akimbowles

    Akimbowles Active Member

    I agree with Surf that the Trinity is a good idea because of how versatile it is, but I really love my 2014 Naga. (I'd like the chroma one to complete my chroma setup), I occasionally have issues with tracking etc, but for what games I play, I feel like my mouse suits me perfectly, and I love the additional area on the side of the mouse for resting your finger on, it makes it so much more comfortable for long gaming nights.
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  4. Liontaros

    Liontaros Well-Known Member

    The old taipan. Awesome mouse. But need some improves in the sensor. Actually need an optical sensor.
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  5. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    DeathAdder - for it's shape and always perfect sensor.
    But I'd want to see Razer Salmosa refresh - good optical sensor, small & light, 2 switches underneath mouse (one for DPI, one ro polling rate - so you can adjust settings without Synapse), nice oval shape.
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  6. greatDeepMaroon980

    greatDeepMaroon980 New Member

    And I will never buy Razer again $100 Piece of crap ...

  7. Zildsanity41

    Zildsanity41 New Member

    I have a Razer Deathadder 3.5G for 5 yrs. I have never encountered any issue or problem with that mice, finished a lot of games like Call of Duty MW to Black Ops, Dragon Age, Diablo 3, DmC: Devil May Cry, etc. Played Dota 2 on this mice a lot but I have to give it up for financial reasons (to pay for my son's therapy because he has ADHD) now what's left is a Goliathus Speed mouse pad which I will never replace. I love Razer but since I need to finance my son's therapy I can't afford it anymore so I just settled for a 5 dollar mouse (if you convert Philippine peso to USD). I will be loyal to Razer and if given a chance I will still purchase their products. More power to Razer! For Gamers. By Gamers.
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  8. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master

    My go-to is my Naga Epic Chroma, but if I had a Naga Trinity, that would be my number one. The Naga is super comfortable, super-customizable, and since the Trinity has an optical sensor, the only thing missing between that and my Epic would be the wireless capability.

    And it looks like there's a troll account in this thread. It's been reported.
  9. orgildinio

    orgildinio New Member

    i have Deathadder 3.5 for few years.
    its dirty, skits are worn but still working.
    As everyday 4-8 hour playing gamer, DA is durable (except button actuators)
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  10. BlutigEisbar

    BlutigEisbar Active Member

    Like what @PT.Singer & @.Surf. said about the Razer Naga Chroma it's personally my favorite. It's wireless which is great for productivity but can be wired for gaming, the sensor performs great and the buttons on the side are perfect for almost any use.

    I have both a Naga Epic Chroma and a Razer Mamba and the only time I set aside my Naga is when I launch Overwatch. Otherwise 99% of the time the Naga is what I am using day in and day out.
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  11. LunarBlackout

    LunarBlackout Member

    Hey man good to see you're putting your son first, hope everything goes well for you and him!
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  12. iobhuva

    iobhuva Well-Known Member

    LunarBlackout did not mention gaming. What is your primary purpose.

    I also have the lancehead TE
  13. itsblakenotbrach

    itsblakenotbrach New Member

    Personally, I have had a Mamba TE for a year now, and I love it to pieces. I considered recently purchasing the Lancehead, but I am skeptical about it. I haven't tried too many mouses by Razer, so I have no qualifications to say that the Mamba is the greatest, but I am very satisfied with the mouse. I also have an Original Diamondback mouse (yes, seriously.) and it is still a great piece of history. It has a beautiful pearlescent backing on it. Sadly, the Razer logo wore off the palmrest of it. I'm now trying to preserve it, so I can take it to a tech convention some day.
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  14. Zildsanity41

    Zildsanity41 New Member

    Thanks man. Yeah family first before anything else. But it seems he likes gaming too because at 6 yrs old he likes Dota and can play a little bit of the game.
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  15. LunarBlackout

    LunarBlackout Member

    My primary purpose is gaming, and graphic design work. Mostly gaming but I love the lancehead cause i'm a lefty so it works really well for me! I just love the way it feels in my hand
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  16. LunarBlackout

    LunarBlackout Member

    I started when I was like 2 or 3 started playing metroid for the NES one of my favorite games ever.
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