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Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse


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  • Lightweight, Finger-Grip 5 Button Mouse
  • 5600 DPI Laser Sensor
  • Ultrapolling (1000Hz Polling/1ms Response)
  • APM-Lighting System
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 4.9 x 9.1 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003VTZO7G
  • Item model number: RZ01-00430100-R3U1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 27, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Tournament ready and designed exclusively for StarCraft® II Wings of Liberty™, the Razer Spectre StarCraft II gaming mouse is a lightweight, five button mouse that is ideal for gamers that prefer precision and control for an RTS. The adjustable button force combined with the ultra-large non slip buttons allow a substantial increase in your APM, which will be monitored by the newly developed multi-color APM (Actions-Per-Minute) Lighting System. Whether you're Protoss, Terran or Zerg, the Razer Spectre StarCraft II gaming mouse gives you exactly what you are looking for in an RTS mouse.
  • Lightweight, finger-grip 5 button mouse
  • 5600dpi Razer Precision™ 3.5G laser sensor
  • Ultrapolling™ (1000Hz Polling / 1ms Response)
  • APM-Lighting System
  • Button Force Adjustment
  • Up to 200 inches per second and 50g of acceleration
  • Seven-foot lightweight, braided fiber cable


Button Force Adjustment for Maximized APM
Optimize the actuation force on your leftclick button by adjusting it to your personal preference. Dial in the perfect balance between speed and control, maximizing both your APM and unit micromanagement.

APM - Lighting System
The Razer Spectre's APM-Lighting System is able to monitor your APM and game alerts in real-time with a range of customizable colors and visual feedback.

1000Hz Ultrapolling™ for Highspeed Responsiveness
Increase your reaction time with The Razer Spectre's 1000Hz Ultrapolling™, executing your commands with a mere 1ms delay, up to 8 times faster than conventional gaming mice.


Your opponents have evolved. The time has come to upgrade your equipment and prepare for the next battle.

Designed to work in unison, and created for Starcraft™ II, this Razer® hardware trifecta will give you the speed, command and precision necessary to dispatch your opponents whether they bring the military might of the Terran Dominion war machine, the deadly ferocity o the Zerg hive, or the advanced technology of the combined Protoss tribes.


What is APM?
APM stands for Action per Minute. It is a measure of how many clicks and key presses a gamer can do per minute with his mouse and keyboard.

Why is APM important?
APM is important because it measures your speed with which you're able to give out new commands. It is therefore a good indicator of the control over your game you have in terms of both micro and macromanagement.

What would be a standard APM?
For beginners an APM of around 40-60 is not uncommon. More experienced players will have between 100-150. Professional players have around 300 APM with some exceptions even exceeding that.

What is effective APM?
Effective APM or eAPM is a more accurate way of measuring APM, as it only counts those clicks/key presses that actually issue a command as opposed to standard APM, which counts every single click and key press.

How does the APM-Lighting System work?
The APM-Lighting System is part of all our StarCraft II Peripherals. StarCraft II measures your effective actions per minute (APM) in-game and our peripherals will draw that data and will change lighting accordingly. In addition to that it will also register any in-game alerts like "Base under attack" or "Unit Built" and each of the alerts can have individual lighting settings that will be reflected on your peripherals.

Find out more about APM and our APM-Lighting system




© Copyright 1999-2010 Razer USA Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
© 2010 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. All rights Reserved. Wings of Liberty is a Trademark and Starcraft and Blizzard are
Trademarks or Registered Trademarks of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc., in the U.S. and/or Other Countries.


Razer Marauder™ StarCraft® II Gaming Keyboard

Elevated Keys with Optimized Travel Distance & Spacing, APM - Lighting System


Razer Banshee™ StarCraft® II Gaming Headset

Circumaural Earcups for optimal sound isolation, APM - Lighting System


Razer StarCraft® II Zerg Edition Messenger Bag

Tear-resistant, weather-proof bag for gamers who want to keep their gear protected, stay comfortable, and look good doing it

Product Description

Tournament ready and designed exclusively for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, the Razer Spectre StarCraft II gaming mouse is a lightweight, five button mouse that is ideal for gamers that prefer precision and control for an RTS. The adjustable button force combined with the ultra-large non slip buttons allow a substantial increase in your APM (Actions-Per-Minute), which will be monitored by the newly developed multi-color APM Lighting System. Whether you're Protoss, Terran or Zerg, the Razer Spectre StarCraft II gaming mouse gives you exactly what you are looking for in an RTS mouse.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Pros: -Quality: The mouse is sturdy and well made.
Shanghaied
The sensor for this mouse will jerk your mouse pointer when you click and double-click.
Anton
A friend of mine got one of these in a bundle with a headset and gave it to me.
R. Bonilla

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Shanghaied on December 9, 2010
The Spectre is my fourth mouse from the Razer brand. While I won't make any claims regarding whether it has improved my SC2 game (I'm a firm believer that only practice and strategy can do that), it definitely adds a little fun-factor to the game and is a surprisingly well designed mouse. As a side anecdote: I wasn't sure if this would live up to my previous mouse, the Razer Mamba, but am now seriously debating which one I like better. I also use the claw style grip for mice, so the Spectre's design got my attention right away.

General Comments:

-Size: As someone with larger hands, the mouse is a bit smaller than others I've used. It's fairly flat and low profile, and your thumb and pinky will be dragging on the mat as result. If you favor a "claw" style grip, this should be right up your alley.
-Lightweight: This mouse is surprisingly light. It feels like it weighs half as much as my Mamba. For some gamers who like to play heavy handed, this may not be ideal. I actually find this preferential in SC2, as this is a small, light mouse you can whip around easily.
-Symmetrical (mostly): You could very easily use this mouse left handed if you chose to. There are two side buttons on the left area of the mouse that would become difficult to use in doing so, but it would feel comfortable otherwise.

Pros:
-Quality: The mouse is sturdy and well made. When you hold it in your hand, it feels solid and free of squeaks and creaks. It's basically a hard plastic top with a slightly rubberized base. As with my Diamondback which I've had for 5 years now, this mouse feels like it will go the distance.
-Lighting: It's pretty over the top, and definitely the highlight of the item.
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15 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Anton on December 13, 2010
The mouse looks good and has alot of cool options... That being said the mouse has 1 HUGE fault, the Phillips Twin Eye sensor. Like many other mice that use this type of sensor the Z-axis has list problems. The sensor for this mouse will jerk your mouse pointer when you click and double-click. Making it unfortunatly a terrible mouse for a Gamer. As control wise it is much harder to double click those simliar units and what not. Overall I would not recommend this mouse for gamers and you should stick with a Avago Sensored mouse which does not have these axis problems.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Erin on May 19, 2013
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So when I first got this mouse I hated it. The boxy feel kind of aggravated me (I had a small wireless mouse before that fitted my hand perfectly but I was looking for a great upgrade since it broke... D3) but I did not stop using it. Writing about the feel now, after getting used to it is weird for me since I can't really think of why it was wrong but it just doesn't fit your hand. You're going to be using a weird feeling way to hold this mouse after you get it for a good week until you settle into something you like, and oh boy once you do it feels great. I love the clicking action, you can adjust between needing more force for accuracy or meager twitches for lightning fast APM and precision micro-ing (I prefer the latter, I think most people will) and the shape doesn't even matter to me anymore, it's a mouse for myself that I proudly say I use.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Natashia on September 4, 2012
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I bought this for my boyfriend because we both love SC! He loves it! Though he thinks it might be a bit too sensitive. He loves how it is much easier to maneuver than a regular mouse and that you can customize it. I love it because it is sleek and easy to handle and does not make me feel like I am going to break it nor does it feel to big for my hands.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By koper on March 17, 2012
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i definitely recommend this mouse, its super sensitive and the control is awesome! its improved my gaming on wow, SC2, mw3, skyrim, and much more. i highly recommend. another great razer product. only had this mouse for about a week so, hopefully nothing changes in that time, but otherwise im super pleased! shipping was super fast and arrived 2 days earlier than expected.
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By jajolt on July 16, 2014
This mouse was my first gaming mouse. It is a good mouse with the basic features you'd find on every other mouse, the lighting is pretty cool, and it goes up to the highest I'd ever need.

Pros:
Lighting is cool
Dpi goes just above the highest you'd need it (no reason for 16000 dpi)
Good for small hands
Software has quite a few features.
Has this cool little slider on the bottom that dictates how hard you have to press on mouse1 and mouse2 to, uhm, press it.

Cons:
My biggest gripe with this mouse is it it suuuuuuuper tiny. Albeit my hands are big-ish, it is a narrow and tiny mouse that takes up my pointer and middle finger, and the first 1/4th of my hand which is roughly 6-6.5 inches from end of wrist to tip of middle finger.
It also sucks in FPS gaming. I don't know why I bought a SC2 mouse for FPS, but I did.

Albeit there are more pros than cons, the cons are too big to overlook. I have just purchased a Steelseries Rival seeing as how it is bigger and is made for FPS.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ebart423 on April 26, 2012
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I had a Razer Diamondback that I played SC2 with. I was hoping to find something similar but this was not it. The mouse is too boxy and small for me. I miss the feeling of my hand grasping the mouse. I cant do that with this mouse. Also i wasn't expecting to miss the right side buttons that i used to control the sensitivity but i actually do. The Spectre doesnt have that. Bottom line-i purchased the wrong mouse... I do like the color changing though.
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