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Razer Spectre StarCraft 2 Gaming Mouse
The Razer Spectre StarCraft 2 Gaming Mouse features a 5600DPI Razer Precision 3.5G laser sensor, a 1ms response time, and a gold-plated USB head.
Software, Light weight, Force adjustment
Light weight, APM Lighting System, Force actuation on leftclick button.
Controllable resistance on main buttons, good software support
Lightweight and comfortable, ambidextrous design, and APM lighting.
No DPI switching, Price, Overall shape
Maybe too small for some, Only goes well with Marauder keyboard
Too small, feels cheap, uncomfortable straight edges
APM functionality limited to StarCraft II.
By Gaming Nexus on July 08, 2011
We have reached the last product of the three-pack brought to us by the people over at Razer, the Spectre gaming mouse. The mouse is generally considered to be the most important part of a PC gamer's equipment. After all, what good is having a...92
By Metku.net on March 30, 2011
So then, overall the Spectre is a solid performer. Under the SC2-themed casing there's the latest generation Razer electronics with a 5600 DPI sensor and while gaming we couldn't make it skip a beat. Also the software side of things is again...-
By Bit-tech.net on February 25, 2011
Despite its flashy looks and quality keys, the reduced size of the Marauder keyboard leads to frustrating compromises and makes it uncomfortable to use for long periods. The lighting effect also looks cheap, and you don’t even get a wrist rest for...60
By tbreak.ae on February 17, 2011
I’ve already gone in depth about Razer’s StarCraft II Marauder keyboard, and found it to be quite a capable keyboard indeed; now let’s take a look at its partner in crime, the Spectre mouse.The Razer Spectre gaming mouse is...80
By Maximum PC on January 20, 2011
The first product from the line that we tested, the Spectre, almost immediately raised some red flags. From a design standpoint, the Spectre is a big departure for Razer. It forgoes the company’s trademark ergonomic, curved construction for a...50
By theregister.co.uk on January 18, 2011
Well aware of the enduring appeal of the StarCraft for its myriad of fans, Razer has brought out a bunch of peripherals tailored to match the game’s latest incarnation, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Light fantastic: Razer's Marauder keyboard...85
By Good Gear Guide on January 01, 2011
The Razer Starcraft II Spectre Gaming Mouse is a nearly perfect StarCraft II gaming mouse. The design's austere but attractive, the response feels tight out of the box and offers dozens of customisation parameters, and the best part of the package -...90
By GamingShogun on December 27, 2010
The Razer Spectre StarCraft II gaming mouse is part two of Razer’s new holy trinity of gaming peripherals, designed with the popular RTS game in mind. Filled with more options then any other mouse I’ve ever owned, the Razer Spectre StarCraft...-
By Techworld on December 04, 2010
You're looking at a nearly perfect StarCraft II gaming mouse. The design's austere but attractive, the response feels tight out of the box and offers dozens of customisation parameters. The best part of the package, Razer's custom...-
By HardwareHeaven on January 01, 2006
Razer are a company who have a very strong company vision and brand identity. In our conversations with them in the past it has been clear that they know what makes a good...-