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Product OverviewThe world's most precise gaming mouse sensor with 16,000 dpi Boasting the world’s most precise 16,000 DPI gaming mouse sensor, the Razer Mamba provides you with unsurpassable accuracy, so you’ll have an even greater edge over your competition. With its ability to track 1 DPI increments and a lift-off cut-off distance as precise as 0.1 mm, the Razer Mamba helps you to react instantly while you skillfully maneuver your way to victory.
Revolutionary adjustable click force technology* for personalized click feedback Whether you prefer a lighter rapid fire click or fuller distinctive click, the Razer Mamba’s Hyperesponse buttons come with an adjustable click force mechanism which allows you to tweak them to your exact needs. Choose between different levels of actuation force to set up your personalized click feedback, whether it’s higher for controlled sniping or lower for rapid fire clicks during heated MOBA battles.
Industry leading gaming grade wired/wireless technology for unbridled manoeuvrability Engineered with industry leading gaming grade wired/wireless technology, the Razer Mamba gives you completely unrestricted movement without compromising on control or accuracy. Wired or wireless, the Razer Mamba delivers a response rate of 1 ms*, allowing you to enjoy peak performance at virtually zero latency. Furthermore, you can still use the Razer Mamba while it’s charging, so you never have to deal with downtime even during the longest gaming marathons.
Lighting Effects • Wave • Spectrum Cycling • Breathing • Static • Reactive Features
• 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor • Up to 210 inches per second / 50 G acceleration • Adjustable Click Force Technology • Dual gaming grade wired/wireless technology • 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling / 1 ms response time • On-The-Fly Sensitivity Adjustment • Ergonomic right-handed design with textured rubber side grips • Chroma lighting with true 16.8 million customizable color options • Inter-device color synchronization • Nine independently programmable buttons with tilt-click scroll wheel • Charging dock • Razer Synapse enabled • 2.1 m / 7 ft braided fiber USB charging cable • Battery life: Approximately 20 hrs (continuous gaming)
Ideal Game Genres
No. of Buttons
Features & Functions
LED Lighting Colour
Compatible Operating Systems
Mac OS X Mavericks
Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Mac OS X Yosemite
70 x 42.5 x 128 mm (WxHxD)
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Razer Mamba Multi Colour LED 5G Laser Gaming Mouse, 16000dpi, Wired/Wireless, USB, 9 Buttons, 1000Hz Ultrapolling is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Very high qulity mouse, but not without its issues...I 'upgraded' to this mouse from a Logitech MX Master. I've had a few Razer mice before, and they were okay (at best). I chose the Logitech for its build quality and reliability.
I bought the because I was bored of the MX Master. I'm already bored of the Razer.
The build quality of the Mamba is fantastic, The plastics don't feel cheap, and there is no flex in the mouse. It can be squeezed without creaking and cracking, which I couldn't say for my previous Razer mice. The sides of the mouse have a rubberized coating on them, which feels very nice, and ensures that I won't drop the mouse on lift-off. The scroll wheel is smooth and precise with no slack at all, and has the same rubber coating as the sides of the mouse. Middle click is a bit iffy, though. Because the scroll wheel also has left and right scroll functionality, anything but a direct click down will also initiate a side scroll click (usually the left, for me) which shouldn't be an issue in games but could cause issues in web browsers etc.
The left and right click buttons also feel solid, with adjustable click force thanks to two small screws underneath the mouse. I haven't felt a need to adjust these though, as the clicks feel perfect right out of the box.
The build quality of the dock is just as good as that of the mouse. It feels firm and planted on a desk surface thanks to its rubberized bottom. The mouse fits into place easily and would be very difficult to knock out of place by accident once seated on its podium.
The RGB lighting is fantastic. Probably the best that I've seen on a peripheral. Much brighter than Corsair's peripheral lighting, and it gives of a much cleaner light. The colours really pop, and move fluidly along the mouse. The mouse has 15 addressable lighting regions (7 on each side, plus the scroll wheel) each of which can be manually configured through the Chroma Configurator. Different lighting effects can be employed through Razer's Synapse software, such as rainbow wave, spectrum cycling, breathing, and solid colour, and the brightness of the mouse lighting can be adjusted. The mouse can also be programmed to show a user-defined colour to indicate a low battery level at any point between 5% and 25% charge.
The mouse sensor is seriously accurate. More so than my MX Master. The pointer always lands exactly where you want it to. The mouse DPI settings can be set anywhere from 100 to 16,000 DPI, and there are two small buttons atop the mouse which can be set to control the DPI level in increments.
Now the bad stuff: The thumb button placement is atrocious. I have fairly average sized hands, but no matter how I hold the mouse I can't seem to reach the front thumb button properly. I have had this problem with every Razer mouse that I've owned. Even when I hold the mouse in an unnatural way and feel as though I've got my thumb on the front button, I still manage to hit the rear button. I asked a couple of people to try it out and I found that it isn't just me. No one agreed that the thumb button placement feels right. The thumb buttons also feel too soft and mushy compared to the rest of the mouse's buttons (they feel more like the scroll wheel's left and right scroll than the normal left and right mouse click buttons).
I also don't particularly like the Synapse software, either. The software itself isn't bad, but it's requirement that you make a Razer account is less than impressive. There are also a lot of options within the software that require the mouse to be wired directly to the PC.
Battery life on the mouse doesn't seem all that great. I played The Division for an hour or so, and the mouse's battery percentage dropped from 100% down to 86%. That was at 1000 DPI, with the lighting brightness at its lowest level on the single colour breathe mode. My MX master gets almost a month out of a single overnight charge, but it has no lighting so I can't compare it directly. I suppose as long as you don't mind your mouse sitting pretty (which it does very well) on its dock fairly often then it shouldn't be a problem for you.
All in all, it's a great mouse, but I can't bring myself to say that it's worth its exorbitant price. It looks and feels great, and performs perfectly in games, but it's thumb buttons leave a lot to be desired. I would highly recommend trying this mouse out before you buy it. If you aren't desperate for a nice, wireless RGB mouse, then the Deathadder classic would probably be just as suitable for you, and would save you a hefty chunk of cash.
Date published: 2017-12-25
Rated 5 out of
Solid heavy nice feeling mouse. goes well with razer mat.To be clear I had a few issues with the mouse, namely the mouse pointer would freeze, but after speaking to Razer who were very helpfull they advised I had a hardware issue and recommended a replacement. I purchased the mouse through Scan who as ever were very helpfull and accomodating with no hesitation in starting the RMA process.
Very pleased with both companies and their services, will use again and agian.
Date published: 2017-12-15
Rated 5 out of
bestthe best of all, cant say anything, maybe more choice on lights updates
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 5 out of
good but not greatI owned the previous mamba and although it had a lot of complaints about it the one I had worked great. This replaced it as the old one started having some extremely annoying laser jitter. This mouse improves on its predecessor in alot of ways but there is little things that feel like a step back. The usb connector on the mouse used to lock on the older version and now it just pushes in. This shouldnt be a problem but a lock always feels more secure than something that just pulls out and although it does feel secure after many years of inserting and unplugging I cant help wonder if it will become looser i.ei pull out easier when moving fast etc. otherwise this is a great mouse with a redonkulously high dpi that no one uses right now but as larger 4k monitors start becomig more common maybe the need for said dpi would be a plus.
so if you have the money and love the razer mambas very comfy size and shape go for it you wont be disapointed.