The Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse is the company’s latest top-end mouse, replacing the Razer Mamba. The Lancehead comes in two models; a wireless version and slightly cheaper wired version (Razer Lancehead TE), both are designed to be ambidextrous; a major win for left-handed gamers everywhere.
Technically, the specification is as impressive as you would expect from a premium gaming mouse with a 5G laser sensor that is capable of up to 16,000 DPI and an on-the-fly DPI switcher that lets you easily and effortlessly adjust the sensitivity to your preference. The sensor is able to track mouse acceleration at up to 210 inches per second and, strangely, an impressive 450 inches per second on the Tournament Edition, which is cheaper! You can also save all your favourite settings via the Razer’s Synapse software directly to the mouse, thanks to the introduction of onboard memory.
If those headlines aren’t enough to put the Razer Lancehead on your shopping list then there are plenty more features to consider like the nine fully programmable mechanical switches and the adaptive frequency technology which attempts to ensure you’re always operating on the best wireless frequency.
In terms of look and feel, you can adjust the Chroma lighting to any one of 16.8 million colors in various lighting modes via the Synapse software and both the Razer Lancehead wireless and is Lancehead Tournament editions come with a 2.1-metre braided fibre cable.
The Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse is priced at RRP $239 which rockets it to the top of the charts in terms of pricing but isn’t unexpected from such a high-end, feature-packed, premium device.