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RAZER Mamba Wireless Rechargeable Gaming Mouse

  • Dual mode wired/wireless functionality
  • 6400dpi 4G dual sensor system
  • Improved battery life and charging dock
  • Multi-color lighting

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  • newegg Gaming Grade Wireless Technology Unrivalled gaming grade wireless technology means the Razer Mamba performs as well cordless as it does corded, giving you utter freedom of motion whilst you win gloriously in games. With a 1ms response rate, your command gets executed first even if you and your opponent react at the same time.
  • newegg 4G Dual Sensor System Experience a new standard of gaming precision with the 6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System, outfitted with a laser and an optical sensor to accurately calibrate the mouse to any surface for exceptional pinpoint tracking. The Razer Mamba can not only match the speed of your swipes, but also allows configuration of cutoff distance to manage liftoff tracking, empowering you with more control than ever, no matter the play style.
  • newegg Improved Battery Life and Charging Dock The Razer Mamba has 15% more battery life than its predecessor, letting you game unwired for longer. When you need to recharge, just pop it on the sleek charging dock which also acts as the wireless receiver unit.
  • newegg Multi-Color Lighting With the new multicolored LED that has over 16 million colors, customize the Razer Mamba to suit your personal style or mood. This is your gaming weapon and yours alone.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Brian D.
  • 10/5/2015 10:33:51 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggs

Pros: high dpi and customability

Cons: Wireless is absolute garbage.

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  • Jake W.
  • 7/9/2015 1:50:22 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsIt's ok, but not great...

Pros: Weight
High DPI

Cons: Battery life
Overall Performance
Squeaky mouse wheel

Other Thoughts: This mouse is ok, I've had it almost 2 years and I've been happy with it for the most part. BUT about a month ago the battery started to swell up, not sure if this is because I left it plugged in most of the time because the battery life was only about 10 hours or what, but it could have caused a fire, and I'm not to happy about that. and the mouse wheel has been squeaking for 6 months or so and its getting really old. Don't think I'd recommend buying this mouse as it should be made a better for the price point IMO.

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  • Shane L.
  • 6/1/2015 7:41:34 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot too shabby.

Pros: Elegant design & performs well. Feels great with my hands. Can use the mouse wireless or wired which is convenient.

Cons: Battery drains once a day.

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  • Ryan S.
  • 4/22/2015 9:08:21 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsGreat Feel; Bad Line of Sight and Battery

Pros: Fast and smooth; comfortable on hand; clicking is easy

Cons: If you let battery drain the mouse seems not to work for a long, long time.

Battery life is seriously low. I can't go more than a day without putting back on charger. Perhaps that is the limitation for having such high DPI.

Line of sight: my mouse pad sits about a half-inch down in a food tray, and I believe that half-inch is blocking the line-of-sight to base/receiver. Regardless of using a food tray I am very frustrated by this limitation.

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  • Rebecca B.
  • 4/22/2015 9:02:03 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsBest Mouse ever

Pros: Long battery life, Ability to charge while playing, Nice ergonomic design, great grip, Really nice tracking, etc.

I'll be point blank honest. The Razer Mamba is one of the best mice I've ever owned. I have the pre-2012 version and this mouse just lasted for thousands of hours of pc gaming. My old DeathAdder had the coating eventually wear off and became really weird feeling. The Mamba never had this problem. 3 years of continuous use and it just rocked every day I used it. No problems, well, until now. When I first got the Mamba the wireless was a little wonky at times, true that. However, after a couple of updates to Synapse and the wireless worked perfectly after that. Unfortunately, and I'll get to this in the Cons, the latest update to Synapse 2.0 bricked my old Mamba. Unplugging it and putting in the old DeathAdder I've let my 11 year old beat to death for the past few years and the DeathAdder still rocks. It may be ugly now (coating wore off) but Razer makes their products to last.

Cons: Like i said previously, the latest update to Synapse 2.0 bricked my older version Mamba. No matter what I try it just won't track any longer. The buttons are STILL in mint working order. Very clicky and nice. Lights still work like a champ and the mouse just still performs very well, just no longer tracks.

Sometimes loading Synapse (prior to brick) it would take a minute for the mouse to load specs. No big deal as I've got 2 1TB HDDs and 1 is fully loaded almost so my pc takes a minute to fully load up anyway. Prior to Razer updating Synapse the wireless functionality of the Mamba was wonky at times. AFter the Synapse updated a couple of times the wireless worked perfectly for years.

Other Thoughts: I'm really, really upset that Synapse bricked my Mamba. However, scouring forums and vids I've seen this happen 1000x to owners of Razer products and I just don't know if I'm going to take a chance on getting another Razer product. I love them. Their fantastic mice. No doubt. It's just that the Synapse program has a good chance to brick your mouse then your left with a dead mouse and absolutely NO support from Razer for what is their fault. I've been eyeing up the Ouroboros and I just don't know if I'll believe in Synapse again to take that chance. Not for a high end gaming mouse. I may just go back to Logitech. Their G9 was amazing. Too bad they don't maket that any longer or that is exactly what I'd get again. One egg taken away for poor Synapse problems. Other than that, man am I conflicted on buying another Razer product. I just really, really like their mice.

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  • Joey R.
  • 4/8/2015 10:42:00 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGave it the benefit of the doubt

Pros: -Aesthetically Pleasing
-Excellent Battery Life!
-Accurate When Plugged In

Cons: -Connection drops out intermittently in wireless mode for 1-2 seconds when playing games, seems more frequent in FPS games.
-Terrible for all day gaming, when battery is about out, you must disconnect the hub, re-route cable to mouse. total joke compared to my Logitech G700. Razer needs to learn from Logitech here.

Other Thoughts: I've always been partial to Logitech mice over the years, and again this product has reminded me why. In comparison with the G700(I own 2) this is simply an inferior product in most every way. The only thing this thing has going for it, is it's stylish glowing lights, and battery life. I bought this as I had a Newegg gift card I needed to blow, and who can't use another mouse?! Regardless with the intermittent connection drop outs, this "wireless gaming mouse" is rendered useless. Nothing like playing your favorite online FPS, only to have your mouse loose connection. I'll be contacting Razer Support, and seeing if there is any fix. From the looks of all these reviews, you would think Razer would have fixed this by now with a Firmware update or such. I own many mice, including the Deathadder, G700, G500, G7, ect, ect, the list goes on, If this mouse didn't have the connection issue, and 2 cables(1 for mouse & 1 for hub) It might be my most favorite mouse. However sadly, that is not the case. For now, I would shy away!

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  • vicki d.
  • 4/1/2015 11:45:28 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsIt works untill it doesn't

Pros: This is a very nice mouse, comfortable, smooth scrolling, and a great feel. I like the option to use the mouse with or without a wire.

Cons: Doesn't work after drivers are installed... At first I was using this mouse in default mode, with no Razer software or drivers installed. It worked great... Then we installed the software, now nothing works except for the colors. Wire or no wire the mouse is dead. Battery is good, connection is good, new PC, no interference, dead mouse.
So I think, "well it worked with no drivers or software". So I uninstall it... files are still there, so I manually delete them, then remove the drivers, THEN remove all registry entries for Razor.... Now the mouse ONLY works with a wire. Sooo..... I am guessing that there is some hidden place where they stuck some drivers, too bad they don't know where or wont tell me.
Next I think "maybe I just need the latest firmware and drivers." So i download them and install everything with the latest drivers and firmware..... And now I am back to the colored lights working and nothing else... It shows it is connected... With or without the wire it does not work, no functions work, no longer adjustable DPI, cannot use the mouse...
At this point I am running it with no software or drivers, using a wire... This is a defective product, Not a lemon, but a truly defective product. If you do buy this, DO NOT INSTALL ANYTHING FROM RAZOR!

I just submitted my second support request with no response from the first after 3 weeks.

Other Thoughts: When this mouse works it is awesome. it would be an excellent mouse for a designer or gamer.... if they can make it work.

Not sure about the docking station, It seems odd that a premium gaming mouse would need a external 3inx3in docking station for wireless communication. It seem a bit old school compared to the tiny dongles for most other mice.

2 Eggs for the great look and feel only. -3 for the non-functioning product...

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  • Jason T.
  • 3/29/2015 4:09:41 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot the best, not the worst

Pros: Adjustable, on the fly mouse sensitivity is nice, the overall feel is very nice, button placement and all is very nice. Being able to be wireless or tethered to a cord is another bonus, along with making the docking / wireless station change to whatever color you desire (or rainbow!) is very nice.... but...

Cons: The wireless... Sometimes the mouse is a perfect gaming mouse, does what I want when I want.... Other times the mouse loses its connection for... about 3-5 seconds until it gets its signal back and resumes functionality.

I have a logitech 310 mouse, not great for gaming but the wireless never cuts out or has any issues... Yet this mouse seems to fall asleep.

Sometimes it happens when i'm not using it (which seems standard) but other times as i'm using it, it'll just stop and need to re-connect.

In very intense gaming situations i've never been able to blame the mouse, but if you stop using it for a second (respawning) you may find that it stops responding for a few seconds. Kinda aggravating, but nothing worth getting a refund. If it gets bad enough I can connect the wire, but that isn't why i bought the mouse. Feel me?

Oh, and also when you change your sensitivity there will be a small pop up that shoes what your current DPI is... Unfortunately mine shows up a good 20-30 seconds after i've set the DPI, and only does so in Windows (not in games).

Other Thoughts: Overall the mouse is fine. Plain and simple it is fine. Feels like my old Death Adder by Razer, but the performance just isn't quite there.

Also the wireless docking station is set in the open, about 4 feet away maybe. The only thing blocking it (maybe) is a small speaker that is turned off, but otherwise its in an open space on a USB 2.0 port.

Overall its a decent mouse for semi-serious gaming. But if you plan to use this for counter-strike, you may want to look elsewhere. Is it me or is Razer losing their integrity quickly and surely?

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1 out of 5 eggsDon't buy razer stuff

Pros: when it works, it's good weight, size and buttons are awesomely placed.

Cons: 5 years ownership total. Used for 3.
Had several issues with it.
Mouse button clicking twice instead of 1 by itself on random occasions.
The tracking skipping.
The tracking lagging.
The customer support telling me to screw myself regardless of all the issues. After I shipped it to them once, and they return the same mice with the same problems and washed their hands.

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/18/2014 9:25:51 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery comfortable

Pros: This mouse feels great, button layout is good. The synapse software has matured a good bit in the past year over some of the previous version of the past, no problems with losing settings like in some past versions.

Works wired or wireless which is great. The response in wireless mode is great, maybe not extreme fps players, but plug it an and its just a deathadder which is a pretty solid gamer.

Cons: Battery life is pretty horrid. I got a few different logitech rechargable mice, such as the mx5500 and it will work for like 2 weeks off the charger. I guess it has spoiled me when the razer struggles to last a day.

I've got quite a few different mice, so finding the 'ultimate' mouse wasn't my intent in this purchase. I use it alot as it's comfortable, but if your search for an end all single mouse purchase and you want use wireless all the time, then you may want to explore other options.

Other Thoughts: If you don't care about the wireless portion, buy the deathadder mouse. Just be aware the polling rates and precision which is good also drains this mouse quickly.

I wish the mamba, naga epic, and ouroboros wireless mice came with 2 of the special shaped usb cables for the charger and the mouse separately. This way you could keep it hooked up and in its place on the desk/furniture/gear stack and not mess with moving reconnecting it all the time, especially with how short the battery life is.

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