|Item model number||RZ01-02560100-R3U1|
|Operating System||Mac OSX|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.7 x 4.92 x 2.75 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||1.7 x 4.92 x 2.75 inches|
|Manufacturer||Razer USA Ltd|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||August 21, 2018|
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Razer Mamba Elite Wired Gaming Mouse: 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 9 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches
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- High-Precision 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (reprogrammable) for gaming
- Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
- Improved, Ergonomic Design: Rubberized side grips reduce fatigue over long use sessions
- Ridged, Rubberized Scroll Wheel for Maximum Accuracy: Small, tactile bumps increases grip and helps with more controlled scrolling in high-stakes gaming situations
- 9 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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Wired Mouse with Extended Razer Chroma Lighting Zones
The Razer Mamba Elite features our acclaimed Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor with true 16,000 DPI, 9 programmable buttons, and on-board memory. With extended Razer Chroma lighting zones on each side, customize lighting effects from 16.8 million color options
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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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The Razer Mamba Elite features our acclaimed Razer 5G advanced optical sensor with true 16, 000 DPI and Razer Mechanical mouse switches with extended durability of up to 50 million clicks. Get more control with 9 programmable buttons, Each one easily configured through Razer Synapse 3, and save up to 5 profiles to your mouse with on-board memory. With extended Razer Chroma lighting Zones along each side of your mouse, customize with preset lighting effects or create your own From 16.8 million color options. Hybrid on-board memory and cloud storage.
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This is marketed as a gaming mouse. And it meets that criteria for the most part - it can handle very high resolution movements, it is stylish, multiple buttons, etc. It does the custom RGB LEDs on both the mouse and pad.
I've had this mouse for about 6 months. These are my impressions:
Positives: It looks cool and the LEDs are stylist. The DPI step up/downs are fantasitic. The mousepad is nice, it's heavy, the mat is reversible to change between a hard plastic surface and a fabric surface.
The mouse is very lightweight. This makes it easy to move but it also makes it easy to move to much. It has a cheap feel to it because of the weight... it just doesn't feel like it's well constructed.
The software that drives the LEDs is junk. First, it requires updates like every other freaking day. That is annoying as heck. Second, it REQUIRES a username and password to use. WHAT? It also requires internet access! Third, they state that software this just programs the device with the patterns you design, but in practice that's not how it works. If you fail to load the software, the LEDs slowly flash on and off in a variety of colors. The mouse/pad will not keep it loaded once you reboot.
My experience with the poor quality left me feeling ripped off. The left button wore out within a few months. The battery on the mouse only lasts a few seconds off the pad, and sometimes it just stops working altogether, prompting you to unplug the USB from the pad and straight into the "wireless" mouse.
Issues with support:
I've been working with technical support for about a month to RMA this expensive mouse so I can game with it. They are not negative at all but they are extremely slow. Supports response time between emails varies between about 3 days and 2 weeks per exchange. Their auto-response when you send an email states they'll get back to you in 24 hours... this is a lie. It's 3 days minimum.
When I finally got my RMA instructions, I found out they don't cross ship, so you have to mail them the mouse and pad (they actually asked for me to send it in the original box, after 6 months of ownership!) and wait for them to receive and process the RMA then send you another at their leisure. And since I don't have a printer (to print the label) or a box to ship the two components, I can't return it to them easily. I've got to do all this from work which is problematic for me.
I just bought another wireless gaming mouse (logitech g305) so I can continue using my computer while I ship this unit back to them and wait the 1 or 2 months for them to get it back to me... Between the poor quality, the terrible driving software, and the extremely slow support, I'm considering just throwing it away. Razer... you need to try harder.
When I first got this I thought finally a wireless mouse without the weight of the battery.
I thought: Razer know what they are doing pushing out this new tech. And I have all Razer peripheries.
It would randomly disconnect from the pad and would spend almost 10 sec to reconnect.
Imagine playing a competitive multiplayer and the mouse stop working.
And it happens way more frequent than I first thought if I had to quantify it once every 25 min of heavy gaming.
I have always preferred wireless mice, but they have always had huge trade offs in the past such as being heavy, poor battery life, and connection issues. The hyperflux is really, really cool. Since the mouse has a capacitor instead of a battery, it's very light weight (96 grams) and never needs to be charged. The trade off here is that since it doesn't have a battery, you have to use it with the mouse mat so it can get power unless you want to plug in the USB cord for wired mode. For me it's a non-issue since I don't plan on travelling with it. Some people are complaining about the size of the mouse mat, but it's more than big enough for me as I typically use a steelseries qck pad (normal size) and this is bigger than that. The lowest DPI setting I use for FPS games is 800, so I'm not going to run out of mouse pad space, but your mileage may vary depending on what DPI you use.
I have had zero lag with this thing and it never loses connection. Some reviews here say that you can't use it anywhere near anything metallic and I think that is a little overboard. It will probably have issues on all metal desk if it is sitting on top of metal, but my pull out keyboard tray has metal guide rails that are within a mm of the mouse pad and it has no issues with them at all. In fact, the majority of my desk is metal that is all in very close proximity to the mouse pad. Just make sure what the pad sits on is not metal and I'm sure you will be fine.
For me this is pretty much the perfect mouse. It's expensive, but it combines the best of everything I am looking for with very few trade offs in my opinion. I hope they keep it up with this direction and sensor choice as it just an awesome experience from form to function.
If you have older Razer hardware you are stuck with Synapse 2, but new hardware won't be visible on it and you're stuck with Synapse 3. The two applications don't work together well. I'm ending my brand allegiance to Razer after 10 years and switching to another brand. As an IT Engineer, I can't be wasting my time engineering this software when the brand is so cavalier as to ship nonworking beta software with its hardware that conflicts with anyone who is brand loyal. STAY AWAY.
If you install the software that comes with the mouse as soon as you plug in, you will be in a world of problems. Synapse 3 is in beta, though from its problems it's more like alpha. I have been using the universe of Razer devices for about a decade, and the worst part of Razer devices is the Synapse software used to program keys and buttons. If you had existing Razer devices on your computer please beware of the software. In addition, though it is not automatically checked, it tries to load CRYPTO MINING SOFTWARE in the bundle. Save yourself the trouble and stick with Synapse 2, make sure your .Net framework is the latest and repaired so that Razer's crappy software has a chance to coexist on your computer.
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Both mice feel, act and respond similarly with the integration of Synapse 3. The Mamba Elite includes two new "buttons" by moving the scroll wheel left and right which you can remap and two new LED strips of light. Aside from the Mamba having a slightly shorter hump and the M1 and M2 buttons having some railings on the edges for your fingers, there is no real difference.
Other smaller changes include the mouse wheel having more grip to it along with more of a strict and locked spin and the mesh on the sides are a different pattern. M4 and M5 buttons on the side are also slightly smaller for less accidental presses.
To conclude, if you already have a DeathAdder Elite, there is no reason for you to get this upgrade unless you want more LEDs on your desk as the mouse does look really nice. The only reason I'm giving it a 4 star review as a pose to a neutral 3 star is because of the looks of the mouse and the fact that the two new "buttons" I spoke of earlier were a nice added bonus. But as a 100$ worth bonus? That's up to you.
The mouse is more resistant to interference than 2.4 ghz options, but it's still not perfect. Interference or even just the mouse or computer sleeping will cause it to disconnect. Once this happens, it's anybody's guess if it'll connect again properly without rebooting the mouse AND computer, as the bundled software refuses to acknowledge that the mouse is there despite being able to move the cursor on screen. This doesn't seem so bad, except it also means
the lights in the mouse revert to their default rainbow-fade behaviour, needlessly draining the battery faster than if the lights were off. Razer claims that the mouse will store profiles, including light and button behaviours, but I've yet to see this actually happen.
Speaking of battery life, be ready to charge this every one or two days, and only with the included micro usb cable. Even though micro usb is very, very common, they've added extra indents to the connector to prevent any cable but their own from connecting to the mouse for charging. Once that cable dies, which it inevitably will, the mouse is doomed unless you buy a replacement from Razer. Furthermore, connecting the USB cable turns off the wireless ability of the mouse, so you can't charge and use it at the same time unless you happen to be charging it from your computer's USB port. I realize this is the setup most people will have, but if you're thinking of using it in a living room setup like I am, you should probably look for a better option.
Nevertheless, this mouse is far more reliable and responsive than any 2.4 ghz or bluetooth mouse I've tried, and it does feel nice in the hand. I guess if it goes on sale for a good price, it might be an okay buy.
El mouse probe la distancia y literalmente puedo tener el receptor a mas de 7 metros y el mouse funciona sin problemas ni retrasos aun asi alla paredes, me decidi por este mouse en lugar de un basilisk y no me arrepiento :D
Despues de 3 meses el click derecho empezo a presentar fallas ;( si le dejo apretado se desapreta y se apreta otra ves y pues asi uno no puede seleccionar nada
dias despues el izquierdo ya esta igual o peor que el derecho que mal :( tan bueno que esta este mouse que dura 2 dias completos la bateria usandolo 20 horas al dia
I love the simplistic design and all the switches have a really high quality feel to it, with probably one of my favorite scroll wheels that I've ever used. The sensor is very precise (even though 16,000 DPI is insane), and the mouse feels very comfortable in the palm of your hand even if you have larger hands like mine. The rubber grips on the side are a nice touch and really help prevent the mouse from slipping especially during heavy game-play.
The Chroma RGB lighting is simply gorgeous, the colors are bright and vibrant with a ton of different ways to customize with the Razer Synapse Software. The software itself is very intuitive and is packed with features compared to others from Corsair and Logitech.
It had probably one of the best first impressions when I first used it which is rare in a mouse since its fairly easy to find faults right away when you first grab a new mouse, definitely worth getting it over the Death Adder. Overall the Razer Mamba Elite is definitely worth a buy if you're looking for a mouse to enhance your gaming experience without all the useless gimmicks such as weights or swap-able macro buttons.
I'm assuming I just have some bad luck but it's a bit ridiculous these stuff can happen to something that is pretty expensive. I've never had a good experience with a Razer product yet so this will most likely be the last I even get from them, at least until I hear improvements.
Obviously I'm not going to recommend buying these, maybe the later editions doesn't have problems with the double clicking but still be weary and look at other reviews.
Right click became unreliable about a month or 2 before this review. It works if you click it once, but if you need to hold down the right click for any extended period of time, it will not serve you well. I wanted to believe it was some other issue other than the mouse. Tried different drivers for the mouse and my GPU, reinstalled Synapse software a few times, switched to wired mode, disabled Synapse... Nothing was making a difference. Tried other mouses (yes, that's how you spell it when talking about computers) and to my utter dismay, the Razer Mamba Hyperflux has failed me after just one year of use. I see why this company has the reputation it does.
Based off this experience and everything else I've read on the internet, I will never buy another Razer mouse.
Reinhardt mains, find a different mouse.
I have a stupidly specific physical setup for my desk and this kind of tech is just what I needed, at about HALF the price of the Logitech Powerplay. A wireless mouse that doesn't get in the way of anything, because, well, it's wireless. All the performance you'd need with all the adjustable RGB options you could possibly want. For me, it was just to turn them all off. Which can actually be easier said than done, especially when it comes to turning off the power indicators. But I got what I needed without any of the excess RGB and it works like a glove. A bit lighter than I had hoped (I like my mice quite heavy) but it's a compromise I will settle for.
I'm also very particular about my scroll wheel; this one is fairly hard and clicky, including the click down, with the grooves and indentations I like, making for a great mouse wheel experience.
Highly recommended if you don't plan on bringing your mouse anywhere else, and you want gaming-grade performance with a wireless mouse that doesn't require any attention to charging or turning the device on and off.
Pros: -predictably good performance
-tactile scroll wheel experience
-don't have to waste time paying attention to charging (duh) and turning the mouse on and off
-fully programmable/optional RGB
Cons: mouse is lighter than desired