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The Razer Mamba includes the standard left and right click, a clickable scroll wheel, two thumb buttons on the left side and two additional buttons just beside the left mouse click button. These two small buttons are used to adjust the mouse’s DPI on-the-fly. On the bottom of the Mamba are three Teflon feet, a battery compartment, charging contact points, wireless pairing button, cable unlock button, on / off switch and of course the 3.5G laser sensor.
Killer packaging and looks.
Option for wired gaming
Excellent response time.
Adjustable on-the-fly laser sensor with max 5600 DPI.
All buttons fully programmable.
Macro creation and management.
Smooth scroll wheel.
Wired or wireless hybrid design.
Uneven battery life.
Confusing charging indicators.
No Driver CD
Fiddy USB connector.
Superchunky USB cable.
Most expensive gaming mouse.
No on-the-fly macro recording.
Requires firmware updates to work properly.
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
If accolades were awarded on packaging alone, the Mamba would reign supreme in this category for sure. The top-of-the-line mouse arrived mounted on a pedestal inside a clear display case fit for a rare collectible...
By mashable.com on September 11, 2011
As feature-packed as the Razer Mamba is, you probably want to know, how does it feel to use it? First of all, it’s a good thing I’m right-handed because this mouse wouldn’t work as well if I...
By Everything USB on August 10, 2011
About two years ago, Razer introduced the original Mamba gaming mouse and it took the PC gaming world by storm. The amazing success of that mouse was thanks in no small part to its wired and wireless abilities; however, its sensor, software suite and...
By VR-Zone on July 27, 2011
Conclusion: Razer Mamba 2012 is a good looking and decent performing mouse. Boasting a whopping 6400DPI sensor and DPI-staging, the Mamba is up to any task - whether gaming, graphics editing or 3D modelling. Its ergonomic shape also enables long...
By Destructoid on July 27, 2011
If Razer is good at one thing, it's selling a product."The Razer Mamba features gaming grade wireless technology with a hybrid system that enables instant wired/wireless functionality," preens the company. "Coupled with an industry leading 1ms...
By CIOL on August 23, 2010
It has long been a notion that for gaming, a wireless mouse is simply out of the question. While the Logitech G7 proved the naysayers wrong somewhat, the Mamba simply rewrites all the rules regarding wireless mice and succeeds. The majestic packaging...
By Xtreme CPU on August 09, 2010
The Razer Mamba is an expensive addition to any gamer's peripheral collection. But is the price justified? If we look at the mouse by itself, we would have to say no. However, with the quality of material, sans the teflon mouse pads, and choice...
By PCMag Mideast on June 29, 2010
The Mamba is Razer’s first wireless gaming mouse that provides a resolution of a whopping 5600 dots per inch. This is the fastest gaming mouse on the planet – but does “faster” always mean “better?” Let’s check...
By Tbreak.com on May 06, 2010
I am not a fan of the charging method, and would rather have it use a power slot than a USB port but other than that, the Razer Mamba is one of the best offerings in the wireless gaming mouse category. It packs excellent features, beauteous looks,...
By Craving Tech on May 04, 2010
Even when there are not much competition yet in the wireless gaming mouse market, Razer went all out when they designed the Razer Mamba. It’s the perfect wireless gaming mouse in terms of feel, performance, and build quality (oh, and the display...
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