|Item model number||RZ01-02560100-R3U1|
|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.7 x 4.92 x 2.75 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.7 x 4.92 x 2.75 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required.|
|Manufacturer||Razer USA Ltd|
|Country of Origin||China|
|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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|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
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- High-Precision 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (programmable) 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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Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2018
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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.
-Battery life isn't very good. Of course, this all depends on your usage of the Mamba. I average about 2-3 days, and i'm on the computer for about 3-4 hours a day. You have to shut the mouse off after every use, or else it will drain itself.
Compared to my logitech mx, the battery is a joke. I could leave my MX on for days and it will still work.
- Here is a biggie, that makes absolutely no sense to me. YOU CANNOT USE THE MOUSE WHEN YOU ARE CHARGING IT. . Mamba just shuts off, including RGB. . wtf razer. . . So I have to have a backup mouse for every time the battery runs out in the middle of use, which is quite often because, as mentioned, battery life sucks. Which defeats the entire purpose of having this mouse.
- I don't understand why it's taking Razer an eternity to make Synapse 3 work with Macs. Its been a year and a half since synapse 3 was released.......its been in beta for a year and half...lmfao
- The mouse works as expected. FPS games, league, starcraft... all work really well, sensitivity and response is great...but then again, you are paying almost a 100 dollars...it should do all those things without a problem.
In conclusion, I would return the Mamba and get something else, but the Mamba matches (in looks) so well with my Hunstamen Elite, and my Core X Chroma... Honestly, i just keep it around for its aesthetics rather than its functionality.
Doesn't matter how great the Mamba wireless functions, it's just a 100 dollar ($88+tax as of now) paperweight that functions once in a while as a mouse.
"You get what you pay for" - does not apply here. you get way less
Update: 10-21-2019: The mouse completely broke, and it's only been 2 months since my purchase. I'm incredibly disappointed. I guess i'll be buying something else. down to 1 star from 2.
Update: 11-22-2021: I see the price dropped to $50, still not worth it.
Synapse still does not work with Mac & all of my Razer products have broken in some way
Whenever i hold down the left click button the mouse seems to cant decide whether to agree that i've got it held down or simply to click on its own as i'm holding down the mouse button. I've got no macros assigned, and it's severely debilitating. I honestly feel like I got ripped off with a second hand mouse or something.
Granted, i use a 'claw' grip so my fingertips are placed farther back along the mouse than others. But even with that, the mouse used to work. I don't know why it doesn't work anymore. Faulty software? hardware? Not a clue.
I've had amazing experiences with my razer orochi. Buyers beware.
I called razer today but had no response as it was after hours.
I hope to get a replacement and will gladly return this mouse to give a second unit a try.
What I mean is I will be clicking and dragging something, say a file to a folder, or a video onto a project timeline, and while I'm in the middle of dragging, it will just randomly drop whatever in dragging even though the "click" is still depressed (clicks once on the downstroke and once on the upstroke, and when I hold click I hear the first click, and hold it firm enough not to release/give the audible release click)
It's mostly just a minor annoyance but it's still problematic and shouldn't happen with a mouse this fancy.
I've run several knockoff mice from the likes of redragon, and even super duper cheap drug store 10$ wireless mice and this is the first mouse I've ever had in my 20+ years of computer usage and experience that has encountered the problem of dropping clicks. And it's not like a weak finger or something, I'm definitely pushing it down all the way and holding it down firm enough. There's enough tactile response that you can TELL whether or not a click is initiated, so I know my clicking skills aren't to blame.
Wondering if this is a common issue with the mamba wireless/anyone else has had this issue.
The issue seems to be getting worse, it doesnt matter if it's charged or if it's in a USB 3.1 or 2.0 port it will constantly drop the click when dragging things, which has now evolved into clicking seemingly hundreds of times while dragging (like the click sensor or whatever is constantly glitching between on and off or something)
But I've literally never used a mouse this bad in my life. Even the super cheap ones had basic function.
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I only got this mouse because it was the only 5G wireless I could find. Otherwise, I can't say I recommend it.
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.