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.
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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.
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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
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