RAZER MAMBA TOURNAMENT EDITION: 16,000 Adjustable DPI - Ergonomic Form Factor - Chroma Enabled - Esports Gaming Mouse

RAZER MAMBA TOURNAMENT EDITION: 16,000 Adjustable DPI - Ergonomic Form Factor - Chroma Enabled - Esports Gaming Mouse

The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition is designed for eSports athletes who demand the very best performance. Engineered with the world’s most precise 16,000 DPI gaming mouse sensor, capable of tracking up to 1 DPI increments and a lift-off cut-off distance as precise as 0.1 mm, the Razer Mamba Tournament Edition gaming mouse perfectly translates every mouse movement with incredible pinpoint accuracy, helping you make effortlessly precise headshots.


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I've always loved the shape of the Mamba mice. My only complaint was generally the laser PTE (sensor would jump slightly when you lifted the mouse and put it back down). Now they are using the PMW 3389 which is Razer's version of the 3360 and arguably one of the best optical sensors out.

I have always preferred wireless mice, but they have always had huge trade offs in the past such as being heavy, poor battery life, and connection issues. The hyperflux is really, really cool. Since the mouse has a capacitor instead of a battery, it's very light weight (96 grams) and never needs to be charged. The trade off here is that since it doesn't have a battery, you have to use it with the mouse mat so it can get power unless you want to plug in the USB cord for wired mode. For me it's a non-issue since I don't plan on travelling with it. Some people are complaining about the size of the mouse mat, but it's more than big enough for me as I typically use a steelseries qck pad (normal size) and this is bigger than that. The lowest DPI setting I use for FPS games is 800, so I'm not going to run out of mouse pad space, but your mileage may vary depending on what DPI you use.

I have had zero lag with this thing and it never loses connection. Some reviews here say that you can't use it anywhere near anything metallic and I think that is a little overboard. It will probably have issues on all metal desk if it is sitting on top of metal, but my pull out keyboard tray has metal guide rails that are within a mm of the mouse pad and it has no issues with them at all. In fact, the majority of my desk is metal that is all in very close proximity to the mouse pad. Just make sure what the pad sits on is not metal and I'm sure you will be fine.

For me this is pretty much the perfect mouse. It's expensive, but it combines the best of everything I am looking for with very few trade offs in my opinion. I hope they keep it up with this direction and sensor choice as it just an awesome experience from form to function.

I love this mouse.
First, it is super response and perfect for gaming.
Second, when paired with the Razer Synapse (a Razer software), you can do tons of customization to the mouse performance and lighting affects.
Third, all you settings will be stored in the cloud and can be automatically downloaded when you login to you Razer account with the Synapse app.

However, the primary problem is the quality of the mouse. The first one I got from Amazon stop to respond after using 6 months. Since it is way past the replacement date from Amazon, I contacted Razer directly. Their customer service is ok, but it takes 2 weeks for then to email the the return shipping label. After that, the replacement come real quick. But that second mouse also last no longer then 7 months and the left button stopped working. I have to go through the Razer support again and get a new replacement. Now I am using the third Mamba I get.

From my experience, this mouse might not last long but you can always get a replacement directly from Razer, and each replacement will extend the warranty 1 year from the original one. The Razer support respond to customers very slow and always takes several email to work out the problem and get a return/replace label.

All in all, it is a great gaming mouse, but not that durable from my own experience.

I love this mouse, especially since it's small enough to fit in my hand, which has been hard to find for me in gaming mice. HOWEVER. It suffers from the problem this mouse [and a couple other models, from my research] has suffered for years: occasionally, it simply....stops. The mouse is lit up, but the cursor won't move until you unplug and replug the mouse from the computer. This is a PITA in general, having to crawl under the desk to unplug it. But it's virtually deadly if this happens in the middle of PvP. So while I love this mouse when it works, its occasional glitch [about 1-2 times per week, I'm a heavy computer user] make me scream when it happens. The official instructions on the Razer site and boards is to clean the lens with a q-tip and rubbing alcohol, but that has not worked; only thing that works is an unplug/plug to reset its connection with the computer. Since I found many instances of this in a search, I have to conclude it isn't my computer, esp after trying it on various USB ports.

This is a great mouse for PC gaming enthusiasts (I don't claim to be a professional by any stretch of the imagination). I had a Razer Mamba wireless mouse for nearly eleven years prior to this before it finally wore out. I did a lot of research before purchasing the Mamba TE Chroma. Initially I was concerned by some of the reviews but ultimately, my personal experience with Razer products won out. I'm glad it did because I have no regrets.

The Mamba TE satisfies both from a performance standpoint and an aesthetic one. I'll address the latter first. The Chroma feature is amazing. Period. Razer really nailed the LED lighting and it's unlike any other peripheral I've seen. Even my wife, who's approach to computers is entirely utilitarian, has mouse envy after seeing my Mamba TE lit up. All that said, the Chroma feature is a nice to have, it wouldn't matter if the mouse didn't perform, right? So the Chroma will carry different weight with different people.

When it comes to performance, the Mamba TE doesn't disappoint. The shape is comfortable in my larger-sized hands and the textured grip surfaces are nice. The buttons are responsive and well-placed. I've run the Mamba on a mouse pad and straight on the desk surface and tracking has been flawless. The Mamba TE weighs less than my old Mamba wireless but that's to be expected without the presence of the lithium battery. Even so, the mouse is well-balanced and has a respectable heft to it. If the Mamba has a weak spot it would admittedly be the Synapse software but I personally haven't had any serious issues as reported in other reviews. I set my DPI presets in the software and they've worked flawlessly. If you're running games in windowed mode you'll get a brief OSD when you change your settings on the fly, which is kinda handy. Once or twice the Synapse software has turned off the Chroma lighting when I launched a game but that has been the only software issue I've experienced.

If you're looking for a solid gaming mouse and are willing to drop some extra cash for the Chroma lighting effects, look no further - this is an awesome mouse.

I bought this as a three-piece item with the Razer Firefly mouse pad and Blackwidow keyboard. Let me tell you that the price may be a bit higher than some would consider paying, but I can assure you that this is a very high quality item through and through. The packaging I can can only compare it to the intricate quality of Apple products...and actual they surpassed Apple on that in my opinion. Next, I would consider these items as "equipment" and not just a mouse, pad, and keyboard. All are of superior quality from thick hookup cables to strong/heavy casings for the keyboard and the mouse. Everything, and I do mean everything, is adjustable to make the lights do what you want them to do. The software is fairly easy to master and there is a radio button to set your preferences across all of the devices - which is convenient. I am a graphics designer and needed a mouse that I could adjust on the fly and not keep going into settings to adjust (which I didn't do anyway - I just lived with it). So while the mouse if doe high speed gaming, I actually like being able to slow it down to a sensitive crawl in order to grab anchors and make other small adjustments in Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop. The hot keys are also easy to assign your favorites to, like websites, programs and other apps. Overall I am super satisfied and am confident that I have invested in quality equipment that will probably outlast my CPU. Good work on design, packaging and advertising - Thank you Razer!!!

An excellent mouse if a bit on the pricey side.

Pros:

- Great weight and ergonomic.
- Fits my hand nicely. I have big hands and most mice feel small and fragile. This one does not.
- Nine programmable buttons including wheel tilt for side-scrolling.
- Great power saving features.
- Amazing colour effects on both the mouse and the charging stand.
- Play and charge cable.
- Great control software (thought technically not part of the mouse).
- Excellent DPI and tracking especially when paired with the Razer Firefly.
- No drop out or connectivity issues so far.
- Relatively fast charging from the dock.

Cons

- The Razer software updates more than Java does it seems. While that's a good thing, it requires a restart at almost every update which is a pain in the foot.
- There's only one play and charge cable that comes with the mouse so you can have either the charging base plugged in or the mouse but not both so it's a bit of an effort (no it's not moving mountains) to switch between the charging dock and wired charging.
- This is a pure and simple nitpick but the Razer logo on the back out the mouse is not illuminated. This obviously does not affect the mouse functionality at all but they lit the logo on the Firefly and BlackWidow but skimped on a $160 mouse? Come on Razer. :)

To conclude: I highly recommend this mouse. I've had none of the drop out that other users seem to have been cursed with. The charging dock is fast and reliable and the mouse is comfortable for even my large hands. All-in-all, I'm really very happy with how this money was spent. We'll see if that sticks and I feel the same a year in but for now, I give this two thumbs up with a buy recommendation.

 I've been eyeing this for a while, finally got it after my current mouse died. I love it, I'm so happy to finally have this mouse. It's very sleek and fits my hand perfectly, I use a "palm" grip and this mouse suits my grip very well. Chroma effects are easy to use, I already have a chroma keyboard and adjusting your lighting works exactly the same way. My only complaint is I can't adjust the speed of the colors on my mouse, where I can do that with the keyboard. I can't set them at an exact second, only slow medium or fast. But this is purely cosmetic, and I would have gotten this anyways. IMO, you don't need to shell out more for the tournament edition. The normal cheaper Mamba works just as well, the tournament edition just has more lighting options. If I notice a quality concern or if something happens with the mouse I will update my review, but if this review doesn't change then I am 100% happy with my mouse and have no complaints. :)

I am absolutely in LOVE with this mouse. I had the Naga Wireless for almost 2 years when the scroll wheel stopped working. Since I had never used the side 12 key buttons I decided to go with this one since it had more color options. I love the colors. This is ultimate desk top bling. Do you NEED all the colors? I say YES! It just gives you something fun and with the abilities to download different premade light patterns from Razer and to be able to sync them to your Chroma keyboard (if you have it and if you don't why not?) you get fun colorful peripherals. I also really really hate cords. Can't use a wireless keyboard because I type too fast and have yet to find one that keeps up. However the wireless mouse is perfect. No troubles. Once in a while it will hang up for a second but shooting some compressed air, ie "canned air", usually fixes the issue. So if you want something fun and very functional, you need this mouse!

This is, by far, the best mouse I've ever used (I've always been a fan of Razer mice). Ability to run wired vs. wireless was what caused me to purchase it and it works nicely. The docking stand is a great addition and the connection cable fits snuggly, never comes out when you don't want it to, and sits flush against the mouse when it's plugged in. Chroma lighting syncs up nicely and has no delay. Wireless mouse delay is unnoticeable even up to 5 feet away.

Only complaint I can muster is that the two top buttons can sometimes get in the way (they are set to +/- DPI by default). I had to disable them because my hand triggers them by accident quite often.

It's a great purchase and worth the price.

After purchasing both the Mamba and Mamba TE, I think I like the TE better. To me, the TE tracks better, feels smoother and has 90% of the functionality that the Mamba has. The TE is lighter, has a lit logo and the same number of programmable buttons. What it doesn't have is the wireless functionality and the adjustable click force but that is more of a positive for me.

Weight: The website says the TE is heavier but that's not true at all. The TE is much lighter, probably due to the lack of battery. It's also missing the adjustable click screws which are metal and add to the weight of the device. Now because of the weight the mouse doesn't feel as sturdy and there's a hollowish sound if you tap on the logo. The Mamba had a nice weight to it and felt solid throughout the entire device. This feels like my Deathadder or uhh, that little one.

Lighting: only difference is the TE has a LED logo where the Mamba does not. The Mamba, however has a lit charging dock. I actually prefer the TE lighting.

Buttons: buttons are exactly the same.

Wireless: meh. Unless you're a laptop gamer then really it doesn't matter. However, it is worth noting that I'm using the Firefly and now there's 2 cords. Sometimes it catches on the raised portion of the Firefly but really who cares

Adjustable click force: i prefer not having it. You could only make the buttons more firm and the screws dragged on my mousepad. the TE glides smoother and seems to track nicer because of it.

Price: The TE is like almost half the price but 90% of the product so I'm rather happy about it. Returned the Mamba and I'll be sticking with the TE

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