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Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse: 16K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches - Classic Black
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- High Precision 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on the fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (reprogrammable) for gaming and creative work
- Ambidextrous Design: Created for left and right handed users with accessible, programmable buttons on both sides
- Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations including preset profiles
- Ridged, Rubberized Scroll Wheel for Maximum Accuracy: Small, tactile bumps increases grip and allows for more controlled scrolling in high stakes gaming situations
- 8 Programmable Buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse
- Durable Mechanical Switches: Supports up to 50 million clicks, backed by a 2 year warranty
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Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition
Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition is built with every gamer in mind, giving both left- and right-handers the absolute advantage and competitive edge they need to always be one step ahead.
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Tailor your gaming experience with programmable buttons and personalize your style through 16.8 million colors with Razer Synapse.
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Equipped with an esports-grade optical sensor that has true 16,000 DPI and true tracking at 450 Inches Per Second (IPS), the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition gives you the absolute advantage of having the fastest sensor in the world. This incredible mouse sensor crushes the competition with a Resolution Accuracy of 99.4%, so you can land more killing blows with pinpoint precision.1000 Hz Ultrapolling. Inter-device color synchronization. Compatible with Xbox One for basic input. Nine independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons.
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Is the physical part any good? Yes. If you MUST express your personality with RGB leds, here is your mouse. If you want to use your computer hassle-free and maybe play a game later, there's simply no reason to go with this. I'm finding a different mouse.
I'm so sick of every little device being strapped with overzealous software trying to get in the way of the original intention of the device. It even has something called Razer Softminer as a sister app it tries to get you to download and of course it will make Razer money mining god knows what using your system resources and you get "Razer Silver" points for screwing you.
This would be a perfectly fine product if not for all this crap.
Won't be getting a Razer product again.
I bought the mouse 57 days ago and it went bad. Nothing changed, just was using it and all of sudden it stopped working and would come back on and off intermittently. I tried on my laptop (among other steps) to make sure it wasn't my computer and the same thing happened.
Besides all the fancy schmancy things this mouse can do the most basic aspect is point and click. If a mouse can't even do that, then there's no point. At 60 days for a $50+ mouse that's just unacceptable. Before people start asking me to troubleshoot (which I did), the point is I shouldn't have to after such a short period of time.
Thankfully amazon has been amazing (as usual) and has refunded me the money. The unfortunate thing is I replaced a g903 with this because I was having the infamous right click issue so now I'm back to square one trying to find a decent gaming mouse that I can actually use as.... a mouse.
The right side buttons are back a bit more than on a lachesis, so if that's what you're replacing, keep that in mind. I am sure I will adapt in no time. Great response, nice to have multiple color options this time around and it matches my nzxt razer tower now :)
If, like me, you are used to the lachesis low profile, then this will not cause any issues. The slight upcurve on the LMB/RMB does not exist here, which I did enjoy, but it is still a lower profile, easy palm fit, with no changes in it's curve placement over the lachesis. It does wonders for arthritic gaming :)
The reason I LOVE razer is simple. While most people with issues will act entitled and complain, when I had an issue in 2014 with my mouse I went directly to razer. Razor not only replaced mine, but since it was no longer made, upgraded me, saving me 40.00 on top of my initial purchase. All of this on TOP of not having my proof of purchase from 2 years earlier. The ystand by the product, not the sales ticket and I respect them for that and I will continue to buy their products
previous mouses, habu, death adder, mamba, mamba te, zowie ec1-a
with these index finger humps in the way with these previous mouses, it would not let me flick to the right with ease and also cause pinky strain. probably just me
using on a razer firefly mousepad
Unfortunately, upon opening my Amazon package, I noticed the box for this mouse was a little damaged. The tape that secured the mouse box closed looked like it had been crudely cut. I tried to not be concerned. I just figured maybe someone didn't like the mouse, returned it, and then on redistribution, the box never was resealed. No big deal. This is where it got bad. I opened the box and I had trouble getting the mouse out. It didn't seem to fit the box. I got it out and noticed it was the Razer Deathadder Elite. I wasn't interested in this mouse, which looked slightly used. I also did some research online and noticed Razer products have serial numbers on the items as well the box. The serial number sticker wasn't on the box! I wish I had received the actual mouse I ordered. This is probably why it was on sale.
TLDR: Be wary ordering this item you may get the wrong one!
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1/ Very causal formfactor which suits a typical classic setup.
2/ Razer mechanical switches really impact instant inputs on FPS games and other relevant task.
3/ The chroma RGB lighting all around is pretty lit and looks just great.
4/ You gotta take advantage of so called 'world's fastest sensor'
1/ I have regular palm size that I find uncomfortable with somewhat large size of this mouse.
2/ It might feel slightly heavy for certain types of FPS games.
3/ The software to customize the lighting effect is very flawful (edit: the new version I found is pretty neat, has probably zero bugs)
• Neat, symmetrical design. 2 side buttons on either side for macros or for navigating forward/back. Chroma lighting on the side is, again, neat. It isn't too "loud" which means I can use it at work and no one bats an eye. It is also very well built and stable. Rubber grooves on the sides for better grip.
• Very accurate. Aside from gaming, I use this with Lightroom and Photoshop every day and performance is superb. The DPI switches are placed below the scroll wheel and I've found myself using them very often to go between 800-3200. An overlay pops up showing you the current DPI for a couple seconds after you switch, even in fullscreen apps, which is a great touch (you need to install the software for this.)
If there's anything I wish this mouse had, it would be an unlockable scroll wheel which allows you to choose between (free) no-resistance scrolling and regular. I've tried this out on a Logitech G502 (which costs roughly the same) and it is a really cool feature to have. A side-scrolling wheel would have been nice, too. It is also on the pricier side; if you're not particularly interested in the RGB lighting, you can pick up cheaper options from Steelseries/Logitech.
However, I can definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a sleek and well-performing mouse that should last quite a while.
I've been running into the dreaded double-clicking issue with the left mouse button for a couple of months now. It's gotten to the stage where it is hindering my workflow with misplaced clicks (dragging items can be a chore because the click just stops registering while you hold the button) so I'm starting to consider replacements. It's a pity because the mouse otherwise is in great shape and performs just as it did when I first bought it otherwise. I'll probably try to fix it myself or buy a cheap mouse - the Deathadder and G302 I previously owned both ran into the same issue. Disappointed.
I used to use the Deathadder for a long time, and the Deathadder was the most reliable mouse I have ever used (it lasted me around 3+ years when most mice only lasted me 1-2 years). However, the Deathadder was always a bit too large for me. I prefer to use a fingerstyle grip and the Deathadder's long body wasn't as comfortable in my hands.
The Razer Lancehead is a smaller mouse and fits my hand much better with a fingerstyle grip. I actually really like the LanceHead's ambidextrous design, because both sides of the mouse curve inwards, which actually makes the mouse a lot easier to grip and lift off the mouse pad to reposition when using a higher sensitivity fingerstyle grip.
The side mouse buttons are easily pressed and they don't get in the way, so accidental presses are not an issue. The same goes for the side buttons on the opposite end, they are designed well enough so that I don't accidentally press them.
The Razer Lancehead also uses an optical sensor, which in my opinion, is MUCH better than a laser sensor. The mouse I used before the LanceHead was a Razer Naga Hex V2, which uses a laser sensor, and that mouse and laser sensor were a nightmare for me. The Naga's laser sensor is very unreliable, finicky, and causes all sorts of subtle problems. In contrast, the optical sensor of the Lancehead is a lot more reliable and handles micro movements fine (unlike with laser sensors).
I hope this Razer Lancehead lasts a long time. The Lancehead has been the only mouse so far that I feel can finally truly replace the Deathadder. I've been looking for a smaller Deathadder, and the Lancehead completely fits the bill. The Razer Lancehead is a great mouse!