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Razer Lancehead - Wireless Gaming Mouse: 16, 000 DPI Laser Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches

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Description

  • Gaming-grade wireless performance
  • Through Adaptive frequency technology
  • The world's most precise laser sensor
  • Gaming-optimized Razer Mechanical switches
  • Gaming-grade wireless performance
  • Note : In case of Wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
  • Through Adaptive frequency technology
  • The world's most precise laser sensor
  • Gaming-optimized Razer Mechanical switches

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Customer Reviews

Very comfortable, easy to keep upgraded and establish settingsI have always used Razer products for years and this Mouse is no exception. Very comfortable, easy to keep upgraded and establish settings. Reliable and does what a mouse is suppose to do with speed and accuracy. I do not play games anymore so cannot give a "Gaming" review only that I love it as a Multi Media mouse.The only negative with this mouse is that the "charged" battery life is not very long and I end up having to recharge it every other day. So far the cable is holding up fine but have had cable problems with past mice and is the weakness of Razer products. If the battery life was longer, I would give 5 stars.4Overpriced for the QualityI bought this mouse and at first thought it was pretty good. It was kind of small and pretty light, but I was able to adjust to it. Here is where it started to go downhill. First of all, the lighting on the mouse is really bad, and doesn't sync well with Synapse. Second of all, the mouse will randomly just stop letting you move your cursor. Third of all, the battery life is absolutely terrible. If you really want to use it you'll have to plug it in while you're playing, and by then you are just using the wired one that is half of the price. I was looking forward to having a wireless mouse because the cables get in a way a lot. Then I realize how bad wireless was.1Might just be the worst mouse I've ever owned.I purchased this mouse in May 2018, meaning that as if writing this review I have had it for just over seven months. I absolutely hate it. I have owned mice from all price ranges and types and yet this one, the most expensive one I have purchased to date, makes me wish I had any one of them back. The battery life is laughable. I turned off the lights, and it still dies quicker than any other wireless mouse I've owned. It constantly stops responding, even while in motion. It doesn't matter if it is plugged in or not - it will just stop moving for a few seconds. This doesn't just happen every once in a while, but sometimes several times an hour. That in and of itself makes it virtually useless for any kind of serious gaming. On multiple occasions, both the right and left click have stopped working inexplicably. If you're a prospective buyer, avoid it at all costs. Logitech makes $20 wireless mice that are better than this one.1Severely flawed, if not overall good wireless mouseI will keep my words short: its laser sensor ruined a good product.It is a known fact that in current state of sensor technology, laser sensor is inferior to optical sensor in terms of tracking, as laser sensor has built in acceleration or deceleration that can t be turned off by software, e.g., when moving the mouse in one direction with constant speed, cursor will move in gradually faster or slower fashion. It is not a problem in day to day usage, but a huge flaw in gaming as no one wants to feel their cursor in game is not in control.It is in general term, each manufacturer can implement laser sensor differently but how bad is sensor on this particular model? It is so bad in a way that no matter how I try to train myself to get used to its irregular cursor behavior, I just can t.Its lift off distant is high, although you can sort of adjust it in Razer Synapse software, but it is still pretty high than it should be, and when you lift the mouse vertically, it is still tracking the surface, and because the laser is shooting in an weird angle to the surface, it registers the lifting as moving , lifting up and putting down the mouse the cursor will move diagonal direction back and forth, even though you did not move your mouse in that diagonal direction!What does this mean? Do you lift your mouse frequently? Of course, everyone does, this means whenever the mouse is taking off and landing on the surface, the cursor has additional movement that you will never expect to experience. For this reason alone, I cannot use the mouse for day to day work, let alone for gaming.I give one star for its good look and comfortable feeling when hold in hand, but its tracking flaw cannot be ignored. For this price, I don t understand the sensor choice on this model. I can t use it and I don t recommend this model to anyone. There is wired version of this mouse, I heard Razer put optical sensor on it, just so unfortunate they decide to use laser ones.2Light and comfortable gaming mouse with lots of DPI options and RGB lighting.Build quality seems to be reasonable, but does not give the impression of extreme robustness. The ambidextrous shape is comfortable but the rear side button is not that easy to access. The side buttons on the opposite side are mirrored and may not be accessible depending on your grip. USB adapter stows away neatly, but the included cable for charging is a proprietary shape with a micro USB plug. Synapse works well and provides a good amount of customization from buttons to lighting. Battery life seems to be average.I would have liked to see this mouse come with tunable weights to be on par with Logitech's options and perhaps the ability to use standard micro usb cables.4Not worth itI bought it because it was advertised to work just as well as a wired mouse but the rgb is finicky and doesn t sync well with razer software. If you game with it, the lighting presets change but don t change back when you exit the game( it changes back with the wired version) sometimes the rgb presets don t work and you have to reset it. I thought it was the first mouse so I had amazon send a replacement but it was the same for both. (I currently use the wired lance head mouse and it works great) also the color is gunmetal, was hoping for a mercury3Goodbye RazorI used to buy exclusively razor products. After purchasing this mouse and the chroma stand I can confidentially state that Razor not longer is a gaming hardware company but just a computer hardware manufacture.1. The middle mouse button is so flimsy and weak it breaks after 1 week of use! PIECE OF JUNK!!! Good for two button that's it!2. There is NO Plug and Play architecture! The amount of times you have to restart your computer when you plug in a Razor device is unbelievable. The amount of times the device has to connect and reconnect defends the users if you have any sort of audio indicator when you plug in a device. Every time I have to unplug and re-plug it has to restart my computer! Razor a gamer cannot RESTART in the middle of our game, because you piece of @#$% products don't work!!!3. My let me speak on there software... the Razor Synpase... If you used to trust Razor and made the failure of purchasing products from them over many years you will soon learn they have 0 support for there legacy products. They push a new version of Synpase and your old devices are not recognized and now you have to have TWO version of there @#$% software running on your computer. OW Yes! running two of the same program cause many many problems.They are cheaper than other manufactures like corsair, Steelseries, Logitech for a reason.... THEY ARE JUNK BUYER BEWARE!!!1It comes with a charge so you can use it wirelessly but the best part is it turns into just a wired gaming ...Most importantly: This product does NOT need batteries whatsoever. It comes with a charge so you can use it wirelessly but the best part is it turns into just a wired gaming mouse when it runs out of its charge. This mouse is amazing and is totally worth the price for the durability, quality and features.Does require Razer Synapse to change colors but is very easy to set up and use!A MUST HAVE for laptop gaming especially or if you simply must have a wireless mouse!5Overall this is an expensive piece of junkThis mouse has a number of flaws. First off, the wireless solution that razor uses for this mouse is really pretty stupid. You have to charge the mouse about every two days. I would much rather have a mouse that runs on regular batteries that I only have to replace once a year. Secondly, The mouse periodically stops working often at the worst possible moment. Nothings worse than bearing down on somebody to find that your mouse on the longer move. Overall this is an expensive piece of junk1I recommand the wired version of this mouseI've been using the wired version of this mouse for more than a year, and it was the best mouse i've ever use in my life.Recently i got a new job at Silicon Valley, and the company gave me a new macbook pro, so i bought this wireless mouse and planing to use it at work.After 1 week of use, i notice that there's two major problems:1. I've setup the functional keys on my mouse, but every morning when i start working, it took around 15 mins for this keys to activate, while the wired version would only need to plugin, and then all the functional keys are there.2. The battery life could only last for 1 day if the light is "medium", so you need to charge it very very othen, and when charging it, the wireless function is disabled, so you can't use it while charging from a power outlet(not connected to computer)So if you're a software engineer or anyone who needs the functional keys to be stable, and don't want to charge it once a day, i recommend you using the wired version of this mouse.3
Razer Lancehead - Wireless Gaming Mouse: 16, 000 DPI Laser Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches

Razer Lancehead - Wireless Gaming Mouse: 16, 000 DPI Laser Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches

3.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€223,00
Sale price
€223,00
Regular price
€368,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€145,00)