Mice and Surfaces
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I'm looking to getting my hands on a Mamba Hyperflux but there's ONE piece of info about the mouse I can't seem to find anywhere (believe me I looked): What is the main material used on the mouse's chassis? I ask this because I owned a mamba before, one of the first iterations of the mouse actually, and the surface material was really BAD. It was made out of this rubbery substance that gets dirty and sticky really easily. I nowadays use an Ouroboros and its material is textured plastic which I do love. Anyone here owning a Mamba Hyperflux can tell me what the mouse is made of? Amazingly, No reviews or information on the Razer website ever mentions this.
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, Insiders! I recently got a chance to sit down and chat with the engineering team responsible for the Razer Viper. Take a look at the Q&A below! What inspired the Viper? The Razer Viper was specifically designed for competitive gameplay with the purpose of optimizing performance. How was the name chosen? It fits what the mouse represents in terms of features and design. It was also an optical mouse we produced in 2004, back when many mice were still using ball-type mechanical sensors. What challenges did the engineers face in creating the mouse? Some of the challenges we faced included finding the right shape and reducing the weight without sacrificing performance. The result is a mouse design without holes in its external shell that could compromise its structural integrity. What were some of the critical design decisions? The DPI button was positioned at the bottom to prevent unintended DPI shifts mid-game. Accessibility of the side buttons are critical for the same reaso
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?
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
I have a Deathadder Elite and I have Razer Synapse installed so I can adjust the sensitivity stages and the lighting. If I set up two sensitivity stages on the software on a laptop, will those stages save on the mouse or only on the computer. If I plugged in my mouse to my Playstation would I still have those sensitivity stages?
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?
So, I'm in the market for a wireless mouse. BTW, my hands are on the small/medium side (for a guy). They are a bit wider for their length. Right now, I use a Corsair Katar wired mouse. It is a very short, wide, high mouse, with vertical sides, for a claw grip. I use a fingertip grip, with my wrist resting on the mousepad. (sometimes I'll fall into a claw grip) So I bought a Corsair Harpoon. Excellent mouse...but something is wrong ergonomically. It's narrower than my current mouse, and there is a VERY weird angle on the sides...my pinky feels pretty strained after playing. as a side note, my current mouse is ambidextrous and feels great, and the Harpoon is right handed and "ergonomic" and is not making my fingers happy. I've been looking at the Viper Ultimate. Will this work with a fingertip grip if my hand is around 7" long? How does the Viper Ultimate feel ergonomically? ( know it's ambidextrous but that does always matter...my current mouse is a great example) any other s
hi, i have viper ultimate and basilisk ultimate. they both are connected to my desktop, and only one charging dock is recognized on synapse. i cant change RGB color on second charging dock, and even the charging state won't show when 2 mice are put on the docks. Only one dock works properly... Does anyone know how to fix this? or do i have wait for RAZER to update SYNAPSE?
Can anyone who has used a Basilisk X Hyperspeed confirm whether it has the same 'soft touch'/rubberized coating as the high-end Razer mice? Product photos make it look like it has a rougher plastic texture. My old Mamba (2012 model) had a rubberized coating which was great at the time, but after several years the rubber became sticky to touch and started to peel off. Same thing happened to my Orochi - it still works but its kinda gross to hold in your hand.
I am a mac catalina user and three days ago I started my deathadder with a double click on the right side, check and they say that it is because of a failure in the razer app how true will it be? I know but the truth is it is annoying to have to buy a product and it comes defective for abc reason and especially for mac users, I have been in razer for 10 years with your products please do not disappoint me in this 2020 of terror
I noticed that there is a new "Ultimate" Series, which consists of the Viper Ultimate and Basilisk Ultimate so far. I am wondering if there are any plans of a Naga Ultimate or perhaps even a Naga Hyperflux to continue the "Wireless Power" tech line to include an MMO mouse with 12 programmable buttons on the side? I currently have the Razer Naga Epic Chroma, which I love and have had and used reliably now since around 2015. Unfortunately the LEDs are all wonky so I just keep them turned off. The mouse is starting to see some performance issues as far as sometimes not registering movement properly but overall still working well enough to play. I am looking to get a new one but since the "Epic Chroma" version has been discontinued the peer to peer market is the only option. The prices are extremely high (250-300 USD) so it is difficult to rationalize purchasing. I can not go back to using a wired mouse, so I would rather pay that hefty price then purchase the Naga "Trinity". Although, I
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