Mice and Surfaces
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Hello, I purchased the Mamba Wireless in-store from Best Buy in November of last year. In that time, my mouse has started double-clicking on single clicks and it's been ruining my experience with the mouse, especially during gaming. I've tried to claim my warranty on the mouse only to find out that a worn out/faded barcode and serial number stops me from being able to claim the warranty. My question is how is anyone supposed to prevent fading on the barcode and serial number on the underside of a gaming mouse supposed to be prevented? And what can I do, to get my mouse to stop double-clicking?
In my observation, gaming mic usually labels themselves had the capability to reach high DPI performance. A few years ago, I used only the very basic performance mic which only has left and right-click. I changed to my first gaming mouse only since last year and did a lot of research since then. I tried various DPI setting to try to understand the difference. Turns out, I found that it will be a horrible experience when you choose over 4000+ DPI. It is hard to understand the logic of the mouse manufactory always pursue their gaming mic had the capability to reach such high DPI. You can't even control the arrow mouse cursor. Also, I would like a do small sample size research of what DPI are you guys currently use? If more explanation could provide will be much appreciated.
I was disappointed to learn by a Razer customer service rep that the Goliathus Speed Cosmic isn't the same thing as the Goliathus Speed Terra (not only looks) and that the Terra surface was discontinued. I know several pro gamers who were using it and I think it's sad to discontinue products that players have come to trust. I tried the Cosmic myself and found it different as well. Is there anything closer to the Terra? Could the Razer Gigantus be a good choice?
It was the early 2010’s, MMO’s were all the rage, competitive, and the size of hotkey bars were growing at an exponential rate. Prior to meeting my true-love, I dated a 5 button Logitech girl. I don’t even remember her name, but she and I parted ways because she just wasn’t in a place to do for me what I need at that time… for competitive gaming. It wasn’t her fault, she just wasn’t physically capable of taking care of my needs. I was slumming the retail outlets at the time, trying to find a new squeeze when I knew this relationship wasn’t going to last, and that’s when I saw her for the first time. It was love at first sight. Computer retailers still had robust peripheral hands-on displays and I knew she was the one for me the first time I held her. The Razer Naga was younger than my last love, less experienced at the time than Logitech, but it felt so right. I took her home that night and with all the options she offered, things were awkward at first. It took some adjusti
Hey there, Recently purchased a Razer Viper mouse and was wondering how I could program one of my side buttons to be used as a 'back' button?! I've gone through every function in their software but can't find where I could program it to be a back button for when im web browsing or going through folders within windows. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Hello, unfortunately iam not able to find the DPI Clutch of my Basilisk. Iam running the "standrd" Basilisk, not the V2, not the Essential. Searched quiet a lot but havent found any store/shop to buy this little switch. I´ve also called Razer Support, but because of corona etc they havent any parts for my basilisk in stock at the moment. Second question: Does the DPI Clutch of the V2 and/or Essential fit with my model or has any model its own dimensions? anyone who doesnt need the Swtich and could send it to me? Thanks a lot!
Hello everyone! I recently got my first ever Razer product, and was loving it till I got this recent issue... When I press my mouse down on the mouse-pad, pressing it on the right side makes this weird cracking sound and plastic separation is visible on the left top side above the b ottom mouse feet, and when pressed on there I get the same cracking sound... This has been noticeable in games and I hate the feel I get when I turn on the right side, it's the most noticeable then... And no, the mouse has been taken care of very good, I was being extra careful not to hit it while raging and so far I have done a good job, I have not ever hit the mouse anywhere, not even smacked it on the table, it just started happening out of nowhere. I have been putting it under heavy use since I got it, since the current crisis hasn't allowed me to leave my house for a while, I have been spending my days with my Laptop. Is this fixable, could it be a loose screw? Should I try and tighten the screw or?
I am having problem with my mouse of 2< years. It intermittently disconnects if the wire on the mouse is getting pulled. Does anyone know how to fix the wire? Replacement? Store to go to? This is especially annoying on FPS games where it randomly disconnects as I need to flick the mouse while aiming. Can I say how convenient this happens right after the 2-year warranty period offers on mice?
This is likely a perennial question, but I couldn't find a match in the forums. Is it OK to leave the Razer Basilisk Ultimate on the charging stand, plugged into USB power, indefinitely? I really like the look of the mouse on the stand, and love the functionality and accuracy of the mouse. The dock/stand is currently sitting in my Fortress of Gaming, plugged into a USB power supply, with the Basilisk Ultimate mounted and glowing green (fully charged). Can I keep the mouse fully charged between MMORPG and FPS sessions, or should I let the battery wear down and not keep it permanently stored on the charging stand? - Dave
Hello Razer community, i'm asking about the Razer DeathAdder V2 MINI mouse , is there a Mini version for the DeathAdder V2 MINI, i found it on AliExpress then i decided to buy it, here is the link: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4001094990774.html it looks like it's original, the specs: Brand: Brand: Razer Model: DeathAdder V2 Mini Item: Gaming Mouse Switch: Razer Optical Switches rated for 70M clicks On-Board Memory: 1 On-board Memory Profiles Sensor: PAW3359 Optical Sensor DPI: 8500DPI Tracking Speed: 300IPS Acceleration: 35g Buttons: 6 programmable buttons Item Size: 114.2 * 56 * 38.5mm /4.5 * 2.2 * 1.5in Item Weight: 62g / 2.2oz
quote from rtings.com We tested the CPI (DPI) error with the mouse set to 1000 DPI. We noticed that when moving our hand slower, the error from the set CPI was higher than when moving our hand faster for the same distance. We do multiple passes and average them for the final value you see on the review (4.7%). To give you more details, at slow speed, we got an error of 10.28% (1103 DPI) and at fast speed we got -0.82% (992 DPI). So i was wondering is developer team aware of this, that mouse have acceleration problem at slower speed?
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