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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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Top Customer Reviews
-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.
-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.Read more ›
The mouse is flat on top and not very high meaning it was designed for people who use the claw grip or people who have smaller hands. I do not use the claw grip, but after a month of getting used to the design of the mouse it feels great. It is also a small lightweight mouse. It can be whipped around quickly and easily. There is a problem with the Z-axis. When the mouse is picked up, sometimes the curser will move to the bottom left of the screen.
The lighting is a fun feature that spices up the game. It has different colors that can be set to whatever you like. It can set it to a different color if your APM hits over a certain number so if you are working on increasing your APM this is a fun tool to see how you are doing in the middle of a match. A professional gamer would be placing his or her attention on the screen instead of the mouse anyways, so this more for those still working on increasing their APM.
There are two extra buttons that are very helpful when using hotkeys. These are conveniently right by your thumb, unless using the claw grip, making it easy to access (I set them to 0 and 9 because those are the farthest hotkeys away.) The DPI is extremely high for a mouse. Making the response time little to none. Although, it is higher than anyone would ever need.
Overall the mouse is a good mouse for the average Starcraft player. It is quite expensive for what it offers, but the lighting feature is fun to play with. The design of the mouse will take some time to get used to, as it is not like any other I have ever used. It seems like it’s made for the average to above average Starcraft player (Gold to Diamond).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although I bought this eons ago, it's still my favorite mouse. if you can get this for less than $45, it's totally a steal. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
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... Read morePublished 19 months ago by jajolt
went from bronze to plat with this mouse still working good :D love the macro keys mad it easier for me to hotkey mutiple things i have the side keys as 0 and 9 allowing me to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tyler
Let me start off by saying, that this isn't even worth $10. Why? The overall mouse is nice: There is a great lighting system which I adore, and good dpi and good software for the... Read morePublished on January 17, 2014 by Eli Kramarevsky
This mouse is small, I am use to the Deathadder/Mamba. This mouse is a different style.
I would not recommend it based on it's size, it has nothing functionally wrong with it... Read more
it is very I am enjoying it very much and I really love it thanks a whole lot appreciate itPublished on June 19, 2013 by brandon
My son has been wanting this mouse for a while. thanks for offering it. very nice mouse and love the blue lightsPublished on May 18, 2013 by Lee
Ive had this mouse for over a year now. This is a good mouse for people that use a claw grip instead of a palm grip. Look that up if you dont know what I mean. Read morePublished on April 16, 2013 by KaTzPJamas