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Surely you have heard about the razer mouse, but do you know the top 5 of them today, we will review them

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1-Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed Wireless

this is the razer basilisk x hyperspeed it’s the most

budget-friendly wireless model in the basilisk

family costs and in this review, we’re going

to take a look and see if it’s worth it

the mouse comes with a basilisk x

user’s manual is one of those typical

message cards that you get from razer’s
CEO when you buy one of their products some logo stickers and a double-a battery

first impressions I think this mouse looks fantastic

and it’s not because of any RGB lighting because this

one doesn’t have any it’s just that shape and those

long pointy main buttons look fantastic it’s really

aggressive looking if that makes any sense I think it’s

one of the best-looking mice that razer makes right now

and it makes my viper mini viper ultimate and outer v2 all

look super uncool in comparison now the mouse

It isn’t really all that small or lightweight
razer reports its weight as 83 grams but that doesn’t include the battery and actually, I’ve seen

some reviewers call razer out for reporting the weight

that way and I just want to take a minute

to say I don’t agree with that I don’t understand

why you would want them to report the weight

with one specific type of battery when the mouse

just has a standard double battery compartment
where you can stick any double a size battery in there meaning you are free to change the weight

if you get a lighter-weight lithium rechargeable

battery and it’s double a size you can definitely put it

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in there so I think reporting the weight on

razer’s side with just the bare bones shell of

the mouse is definitely the way to go

all that said if you take the battery
that does come in the package and install it and weigh the mouse

it’ll come in somewhere around 107 grams which

to be fair is definitely not lightweight one of

the main feature here is the dual wireless

connectivity using a switch on the bottom you

can toggle between 2.4 g wireless or BlueTooth
connections and setting the switch to the middle position turns the mouse

off to use the 2.4 g connection you have to plug

in the USB receiver dongle that comes stored

in the battery compartment, most mice tend to

have 2.4 g wireless or Bluetooth

but not usually both together so i

think that’s a really cool feature because

it means this should be compatible
together so I think that’s a really cool feature because it means this should be compatible

with a ton of different devices and platforms, there

are no plugs or USB ports or anything like that

on the mouse so there’s absolutely no option

to plug it in even if you were to drop

a rechargeable battery in there so that’s entirely

off the table and if you’re just using regular batteries

and you’re worried about swapping them

out all that often you probably

It shouldn’t be because the battery life’s perfect you can get up to 450 hours with a single

the double battery on the Bluetooth connection

and if you’re using the 2.4 g wireless you can

get about 285 hours all the buttons feel really

lovely they’re easy to press and they feel solid

although the side buttons seem to have just

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a little bit more travel than I’m used to on the viper ultimate the scroll wheel is really grippy

and it feels like it’s got the perfect amount of

resistance and that also makes it really easy to

press down to register a click and the main buttons use

mechanical switches with a life span of 50 million clicks

overall this is a really comfortable mouse I love

having that thumb rest on the side it’s something that

I really miss the old-school Logitech mice that

I used to use it way back in the day and

this one’s just really comfortable

regardless of how you grip it and speaking of grip, the sides have this nice soft rubber texture

and it’s just awesome I think razer did a really good

a job with the design and shape of the basilisk

mice the basilisk x hyperspeed uses razer’s 5g

optical sensor and that is different than the

focus plus sensor that we see in their higher-end

mice but you shouldn’t worry about that

because this is an excellent performing

sensor it’s got 16 000 dpi 450 IPS tracking speed and up to 40 g acceleration in other words

there’s just no way that the specs of this sensor are

holding anyone back in any way I’m used to using

the viper ultimate does use razer’s brand new

focus plus 20 000 dpi optical sensor which is

supposed to be amazing according to them

and I can tell you that I can’t tell a difference

between that sensor and the one on the basilisk x hyper speed that I have right here in terms

of performance tracking speed anything they feel identical

as far as I’m concerned the mouse also comes with

some on-board memory so you can use razer mouse synapse

software to configure your settings and then save them

right to the mouse itself that way they come with you

wherever you go and that’s another really nice feature

although it’s not really unique to the basilisk like so

many mice have that these days but it’s cool like you

can just save everything right to

the mouse throw it in your laptop

2-Razer Viper Mini Ultralight Gaming

lightweight 61 grams and aimed directly at

the speed with its ambidextrous design and a few

other features we’ll get into here a little bit

later the viper mini is also one of razer’s most

affordable so let’s dive in and check it out

allude to the viper mini is a scaled-down

version of the viper and viper ultimate

and at just 61 grams it is incredibly

lightweight really easy to use and to add to the easy-to-use design razer's also included
lightweight really easy to use and to add to the easy-to-use design razer’s also included

the speed flex cable here that we’ve seen like

on the DeathAdder v2 and the basilisk v2 and

then also the 100 PTFE feet down here to make

it is much smoother when you’re using it on a

mouse pad in addition to those features the

viper mini also has six programmable buttons so

this is less than the viper and

the viper is ultimate and obviously

you'll see it has the two mouse buttons it has the two side buttons the scroll wheel which
you’ll see it has two mouse buttons two side buttons the scroll wheel which

can be pressed in and then also a dpi switch

button up top here and that’s just

a single button that will cycle you through all the

different dpi stages which you can set within

razer synapse 3. and of course, the viper mini

also has some of the razer chroma RGB built in so

you can see on the back here it has the three-headed

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snake logo and then also I think they call it underflow or underbody RGB lights down

here which is just at the back of the mouse

so you can see a little bit down there and those

are both a single zone so those will change color

together another feature we’ve seen in some more

recent mice are the ability to store different

profiles on board which you can switch without

having to plug into a computer to you know

to operate it with the razer synapse

software but with the vipre mini there's only one profile so you can obviously plug it and set
software but with the Vipre mini there’s only one profile so you can obviously plug it and set

that but you can’t change any settings on

it without plugging it in and using synapse

3. razer came out with a bunch of new technology

for mice last year including the optical mouse

switches and also the focus plus sensor the viper

mini does incorporate those optical switches

but they’re a little bit different than what’s

in some of the other mice it’s supposed

to give a little bit more of a mechanical

feel to it but still has the fast response time which to me is kind of imperceptible but then it also
feel to it but still has a fast response time which to me is kind of imperceptible but then it also

feel to it but still has the fast response time

which to me is kind of imperceptible but then

it also has increased durability these are

rated to 50 million clicks which I think the

other mice are more of a standard like 70 million

clicks which is a ton of you-know durability and

action on these things but then the optical switches

also highly reduce or i think even eliminate the possibility of there being an accidental double
also highly reduce or I think even eliminate the possibility of there being an accidental double

Click which is an issue that some people have

had with uh more traditional mechanical switches

so that’s something that razer has been working

to eliminate these new optical switches

and then it seems like one

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the area where razer was able to cut down the cost

on the viper, mini was with the sensor

so it does not feature the brand

new focus plus 20 000 dpi sensor or even the previous 16 000 5g sensor on the viper mini
new focus plus 20 000 dpi sensor or even the previous 16 000 5g sensor on the viper mini

we have an 8 500 dpi optical sensor which you

know it’s still probably plenty for most people

I mean I game at 400 dpi so I’m not getting

anywhere near that max range but it doesn’t

have that same max speed via ips or max

acceleration sensing as the 5g sensor and

then also the brand new focus plus

sensor so while it is very lightweight
sensor so while it is very lightweight
very small and easy to use i do still feel like the viper mini is a little bit too small for my hand razer

 suggests a viper mini for gamers with small

to medium hands and even has a chart with

different size ranges for what they deem

small medium or large hands razer also

describes three different grip styles including

palm claw and fingertip the difference

between these is basically how your fingers curl when you're gripping
between these is basically how your fingers curl when you’re gripping

your mouse and where your fingers land on

the switches that razer suggest

a claw or fingertip grip style for the viper mini

which I think is another reason why I don’t really

feel like it fits my hand as well as I think I typically

use more of a kind of cross between

palm and claw I really haven’t paid

that close attention to it really

but based on what I can tell that would be closer to the position that my hand is in when
but based on what I can tell that would be closer to the position that my hand is in when

I’m using a mouse for gaming overall I think the viper mini is a great new

addition to razer mouse

it’s a small incredibly lightweight

option at 61 grams that is also much more affordable

than its larger relatives you know based on that the viper mini is a

 really great deal for a brand new mouse with some
really great deal for a brand new mouse with some

of the new optical mouse, the switch is built in here

and it’s an incredibly lightweight design so what do you think

of the viper mini let us know in the comments below

3-Razer Basilisk v2 Wired Gaming Mouse

the viper mini is a great new

here we have the basilisk v2 which is another great

gaming mouse from razer this updated version offers

more features extra programmable buttons and

the latest optical sensor one that offers some

of the best in tracking and accuracy

we’re going to be going over key features and seeing who this product

would actually be good for how it compares

to the competition and whether it’s

worth your hard-earned

the razer basilisk v2 has a lot of great things going for it making it a pretty awesome gaming mouse
the razer basilisk v2 has a lot of great things going for it making it a pretty awesome gaming mouse

but its biggest strength lies not in its gameplay no it’s actually in

the versatility we found it’s great for

jumping from one game to

another in different genres with little to no effort the

11 programmable buttons are great for mapping actions for

MMORPGs plus if you use razer’s hyper

shift button you can temporarily

switch to a different profile this gives you basically 20 programmable buttons
switch to a different profile this gives you basically 20 programmable buttons

making it more versatile than the DeathAdder v2 now if you’re

into fps, the basilisk v2 features razer’s focus plus optical

a sensor that is the best

around you get up to twenty

thousand dpi and it tracks at 650 ips it beats out the

Logitech g502 on both fronts has 99.6 percent

resolution accuracy and low click latency

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plus its tactile scroll wheel has a tension dial that means you can adjust how clicky you

want the wheel making it easier to select weapons or items

it’s definitely a formidable mouse for shooters plus the smoother

the wheel is a big bonus for zooming in for sniping and having the two

dpi buttons are great you’ll also find the scroll wheel has a left

and right click that you can assign for reloads or

try quick equipping actions for on-the-flight changes

during intense combats, you can now tilt the wheel left and right our initial skepticism
during intense combats, you can now tilt the wheel left and right our initial skepticism

that the side-to-side action would feel a bit flimsy was quickly

removed we found that those sideways clicks felt totally

solid and we never accidentally clicked while trying to scroll

the build quality is great and typical of razer though due to its

using basically plastic and rubber it does feel a little the cheaper

side compared to more premium mice now the basilisk v2 is not

the lightest mouse around it is noticeably lighter than

the heftier Logitech g502 which also offers 11 customizable

buttons unfortunately it's a right-handed mouse so if you're a lefty you should check
buttons unfortunately it’s a right-handed mouse so if you’re a lefty you should check

out of the razer naga, the razer basilisk v2 has a great

matte palm wrist also sports a larger more grippy curved

thumb wrist protruding from the left-hand side these two features

work in tandem to make this mouse more comfortable to use

the extended thumb grip lets you rest your thumb on it while

you play rather than having to grasp the side of the mouse

this makes it more ergonomic for extended play with less hand fatigue

especially if you use a claw or palm grip it's a little on the bigger side so if you've got smaller hands
especially if you use a claw or palm grip it’s a little on the bigger side so if you’ve got smaller hands

the razer mouse long angular design may

be a little uncomfortable for RGB fans unfortunately you don’t

get a whole lot you’ve only got two lighting zones the logo

and the scroll wheel but the logo is generally

under your palm so you’re really not getting

this mouse is for the light show although both

zones have customizable chroma RGB color

profiles and there's support for 16.8 million color combinations with the synapse 3 application
profiles and there’s support for 16.8 million color combinations with the synapse 3 application

the app also lets you assign functions for the

programmable buttons you can also adjust the polling

rate and set the cpi sensitivity with support for saving up

to five sensitivity levels these can be cycled through using

the cpi switch you can also set up different user

profiles that can be tied to specific games

and you can download up to five profiles

right to the mouse's onboard memory so what's the verdict it may not be the best gaming
right to the mouse’s onboard memory so what’s the verdict it may not be the best gaming

mouse for any one specific genre but if you like hopping from one

game to another like from MMO RPGs to fps the basilisk v2 offers

more versatility than the DeathAdder v2 the deathadder has similar

performance specs but has limited buttons the Logitech g502

gives you the 11 programmable buttons but it can’t match

the dpi ips or 50g of acceleration of the basilisk v2 so

we would stick with the basilisk v2 as our choice now

if the price isn’t an issue for about twice the price

of the basilisk v2 you can cut the cord and upgrade to the basilisk ultimate you would still
of the basilisk v2 you can cut the cord and upgrade to the basilisk ultimate you would still

enjoy the same great gaming performance

4-Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition 

4-Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition 

flagship Mouse from Razer this is the brand Razer

Lance head tournament Edition so the wireless

Edition is going to be coming shortly after the tournament

Edition this is a razer mouse the wired version has that

Optical sensor so let’s quit wasting time guys and let’s get right

into a walk through of this amazing mouse from Razer in terms of Dimensions I would consider this a medium-sized Mouse
into a walk-through of this amazing mouse from Razer in terms of Dimensions, I would consider this a medium-sized Mouse

at 117 millimeters in link 71 millimeters in width and 38 millimeters

in height that’s wider and taller than the very popular ambidextrous

Razer Taipan and Razer Diamondback the Lancehead weigh just

104 grams so not quite as light as a lot of competitive FPS players

would like to see this mouse weigh in but still, nonetheless, it’s pretty

lightweight it is an ambidextrous design so lefties and righties rejoice

I love the size and shape it has the accurate feel reminiscent of the Razer Diamondback but then
I love the size and shape it has the accurate feel reminiscent of the Razer Diamondback but then
also, has a lot of ergonomic Comfort reminding me of the Razer

Death Adder so it is The Best of Both Worlds here there are large

rubber side grips on each side giving you a really good grip and

those lined indentions within the grips are really welcome since it

only serves to enhance your grasp so there are nine buttons in total

actually, 11 if you count scroll up and scroll down all of which can

be customized within the Razer snap software so let’s

listen briefly to those clicks left and right

click are actually the lightest clicks I felt on any mouse
Click is actually the lightest clicks I felt on any mouse

that I’ve reviewed on the website but even so I never feel like

I’m going to accidentally click being that there’s a really

crisp and definitive feel to each click being that they use

mechanical switches that were actually co-designed by Razer

and Omron for an even faster response time and also

carry that huge 50 million click

rating for those high-end Omron switches and the side buttons

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are well-placed and accessible being right-handed I don’t find myself using the side buttons

on the right side, my ring finger has to really intentionally press

them so it’s nice I don’t accidentally press them ever I do wish

they were a little larger but the hard angle to them makes

them easy for my thumb to feel and press that left side

buttons the scroll wheel is Top Notch

having quite definitive

feeling steps making it one of my favorite scroll Wheels the cable

is thin and it does have a braid on it and it fits perfectly within

the Razer bungee the DPI is adjustable on

the Fly there’s an on-screen visual

letting you know what DPI setting the mouse is on so about that sensor is an optical sensor
letting you know what DPI setting the mouse is on so about that sensor is an optical sensor

 it feels just like Pixar 3366 which

is regarded as the best out there for competitive Gamers Razer

lists the sensor specifications as a true 16 000 DPI 5G

Optical sensor and it truly does feel Flawless

the implementation of the sensor is also masterfully done

like with a Razer Death Adder Elite there’s just something

about it that gives you a strong feeling of being one with

your mouse and the Lancet have that same feel but are even

more accentuated with the lens head smaller foot rent typically

I find myself aiming better with mice that are medium to

small size and on the underside of the mouse there are three

large feet that are just the right size giving a really Swift Glide to the mouse with minimal
large feet that are just the right size giving a really Swift Glide to the mouse with minimal

 inertia so jumping right into that synapse software there

are a bunch of different profiles to customize the buttons then

on the underside of the mouse,

there’s a button that you can

Press to switch between profiles but even better is that Razer has

now added hybrid onboard and Cloud memory so the hybrid storage on

the Razer Landsat is capable of storing up to four profiles from the Razer

synapse software which is so cool that Razer has added that because that

was one drawback before having to download the software again if you’re

on a new computer and of course, then there’s

that legendary chroma

lighting it's all adjustable I think setting the lighting to a wave really makes the chromalotting
lighting it’s all adjustable I think setting the lighting to a wave really makes the chromalotting

pop even more I’ve always been a fan of this lighting effect

a lot of the time with gaming mice it’s either aesthetic or function

and that’s where the Lancehead merges and having both a beautiful

aesthetic and incredible performance

and that performance is so

apparent in everything from everyday productivity tasks to then

Mobile gaming is pinpoint and accurate with rapid-fire yet precise clicks

FPS really excels as well and for MMO and Casual games

well it’s just fun to have such a comfortable High performing

Mouse at all times it just makes your experience on the PC that much better it's like
Mouse at all times just makes your experience on the PC that much better it’s like

doing everything at 1.5 XP

that’s what it feels like so responsive

so precise and so fast with this mouse so all in all the new Razer

Landsat tournament Edition is definitely my new favorite Wired

Mouse now all eyes are set on the Landsat wireless it’s going

to be released very soon and looks like it’s taking a name at

the Logitech g403 Logitech c900

with their really high reputations

for being Wireless mice with virtually no latency

5-Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro

well it finally times for my review of the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro

now you might be asking yourself why I’m  and that’s having had

and used the retail version since around October last year

well to be honest I have no excuse only that it’s always

hard for me to review a Death Adder in a completely

fair and unbiased way and that’s having maimed it forever actually

that last part’s technically a lie because do you want to know a secret

I’m motivated to review anything that isn’t a mouse at this point or

if it is a mouse one I don’t actually like so I have a reason to finish it

quicker and go back to my main here’s the simple

fair and unbiased way and that's having maimed it forever actually that last part's technically
fair and unbiased way and that’s having maimed it forever actually that last part’s technically

a lie because do you want to know a secret I’m motivated to review

anything that isn’t a mouse at this point or if it is a mouse one

I don’t actually like so I have a reason to finish it quicker and go

back to my main and here’s a simple truth it’s

currently the perfect Mouse for me Ender review 

this etc but seriously to elaborate on my point it’s identical to the

DeathAdder V2 I reviewed and maimed previously and that’s especially

true in wired mode except here you’d be

guaranteed to receive version two of other Optical

switch no matter the batch and this center with a position slightly further forward to likely
switch no matter the batch and this center with a position slightly further forward to likely

 Make Way for all the stuff that’s necessary

for planting it on its optional

for planting it on its optional charging dock which in

my opinion can only be a good thing anyway

as it essentially means you’re given more control of wrist movements

when planted on the pad anyways a seemingly rare thing 

now whilst dimensions are equal

its weight is slightly higher as a result

of those Wireless internals, however, it is well-balanced and acceptable

at just 87 grams and to that the choice of using wired

mode over 2.4 gigahertz hyperspeed wireless or additionally Bluetooth which can be helpful
mode over 2.4 gigahertz hyperspeed wireless or additionally Bluetooth which can be helpful

if you have multiple PCS for streaming by the way then you’ve arguably got

yourself the definitive edition of a laser

depth adder or at least for

now it’s not that I’m being lazy I mean I kind of am and I do have

a few products in for review but if the shape fits and you’re not

waiting for an 8 000 Hertz option to become available in wide

operation on a Death Adder then you’d really struggle to find

better internals on the market when it comes to a wireless

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mouse that’s designed for like hands in competitive play and that’s away from Logitech at least

them so then let’s make it short and sweet no numbers just

straight to the point Mass acceleration nope foreign

with the sensor nope

issues within debounce and shoot Mania or Rocket jumps

in Quake while the switches are Optical so again no

latency it’s up there with their very best on all fronts

liftoff distance well that’s customizable from as little as one millimeter

pros and cons
pros and cons

foreign

well besides the mental hurdle of choosing to use

a wireless mouse and then flawlessly

and to elaborate having almost always used a Death Adder I did spend

the first month or two swapping back and forth and now I never plug it

in or at least until I forget to charge it fortunately on that front you can

disable its low-power mode through synapse so you’ll never get reduced

performance and the LEDs will also flicker red when it drops below five percent

this means that unless you never take a break you should know

ahead of time when to plug it in both on the mouse or its RGB charging

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