Comments about Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse: 16K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 9 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches - 50Hr Battery - Classic Black

Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse: 16K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 9 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches - 50Hr Battery - Classic Black

The Razer Lancehead wireless mouse features the latest 5G sensor with 16, 000 DPI and 210 inches per second (IPS) tracking. Focused on giving you more precision and speed, This mouse sensor also comes with 50 g acceleration, so that every move you make is tracked perfectly.





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What can I say ? It's a Razor product. Razer has been my go-to since 2014. I've had to make due with a logitech while trying to hunt a replacement for my lachesis, which is sadly no longer made and razer, while feeling sad for my loss, was unable to find me one in storage :)

The right side buttons are back a bit more than on a lachesis, so if that's what you're replacing, keep that in mind. I am sure I will adapt in no time. Great response, nice to have multiple color options this time around and it matches my nzxt razer tower now :)

If, like me, you are used to the lachesis low profile, then this will not cause any issues. The slight upcurve on the LMB/RMB does not exist here, which I did enjoy, but it is still a lower profile, easy palm fit, with no changes in it's curve placement over the lachesis. It does wonders for arthritic gaming :)

The reason I LOVE razer is simple. While most people with issues will act entitled and complain, when I had an issue in 2014 with my mouse I went directly to razer. Razor not only replaced mine, but since it was no longer made, upgraded me, saving me 40.00 on top of my initial purchase. All of this on TOP of not having my proof of purchase from 2 years earlier. The ystand by the product, not the sales ticket and I respect them for that and I will continue to buy their products

hardcore csgo player. cs since 1.3. I have a big hand and use claw grip. this mouse is medium sized and lets me grip it and move my wrist left and right with ease.

previous mouses, habu, death adder, mamba, mamba te, zowie ec1-a
with these index finger humps in the way with these previous mouses, it would not let me flick to the right with ease and also cause pinky strain. probably just me

using on a razer firefly mousepad

...Found out the Synapse Software doesn't support Mac Catalina.

Lets take a step back. The box, the presentation, the mouse and cute stickers all feels like I am unboxing a Mac product. It was perfect after returning my expensive Logitech mouse that felt cheap. The feel of this mouse is perfect, I love it but then I tried to install the Synapse 2 software. It doesn't recognize that my mouse exist. So I read up and it need Synapse 3 Beta. BUT, Synapse 3 doesn't have a Mac version. Well, here's the official words from Razer:

"It's a combination of Synapse 2 being legacy, most Synapse 2 devices being EOL'd and the software userbase for Mac being extremely miniscule (even lower than Windows 8, that no one uses). I can't say for sure if and when there could be a new software for MacOS, but it's not something in our plans as of now."

So there you have it folks. Dont use this on your new shiny mac.

So I owned a Razer diamondback for 10 years. It finally died on Me so I decided to give the Lancehead a try. By far is this the best gaming mouse I've ever used, quick response and fits my hand awesomely. I have medium size hands so maybe if you have big hands it may be too small, but perfect for me.

After a few months of using this, I am very happy with it. Tracks well, great click feel, and is comfortable for my large hands. It did take about a week to adapt to it, as I previously had a Razer Imperator which had a slightly better grip for me. But it has been discontinued. This mouse is a better mouse though, hands down.

Prior to purchasing this mouse, the only "ergonomic/gaming" mouse I owned was a Steel Series Rival 100. I liked the macro button features of the mouse, so when I saw this unit go on sale, I figured I would add another mouse to my arsenal (since I work across 3 different computers). I grew so accustomed to the ergonomics of this mouse and the solid build quality that within a month, I bought another of its wireless brothers. I can't go back to using the "normal" mice that came with my machines!

Pros:
- Extremely comfortable even for extended periods of use
- Highly accurate and (almost) too fast at the highest DPI settings, which I am sure is great for gaming.
- Good lift-off distance. You don't have to move the mouse very far vertically for the sensor to release.
- Excellent weight. I think this is the biggest "pro" for me, as I enjoy slightly heavier mice.

Cons:
- Synapse 3 means that programming your lighting effects can be a bit painful and they only execute when the computer is logged in. Not a deal-breaker when the lighting doesn't matter, but it might matter to an "RGB Gamer"
- I would like to see Razer add lighting to the programmable profiles that can be loaded to the mouse. That way, when I use the unit on a non-synapse machine, I can easily tell which profile I am in by the RGB lighting rather than having to flip the mouse over to check the profile LED on the bottom.

It's a great mouse for small and mid size hands. In fact even if you have big hands like me, you will still find comfort with it. Unlike other mice I've tried where I felt uncomfortable with them right out of the box, the Lancehead feels good. At first I thought I was gonna press the side buttons by accident since the mouse is ambidextrous, but that's not the case. My pinky and ring fingers are far away from that. It has rgb and you can control everything from the synapse software and btw, use Synapse 2. 3 is in beta and it's too clunky. Synapse 2 is simple and better to use. You can also change your profile settings with a button beneath the mouse. The sensor is a 5g and it feels super smooth just like the Deathadder. Which is better between the Deathadder and the Lance? I prefer the Deathadder but that's because it's a larger mouse for my hands. It's not by much tho, but it's noticeable. Good mouse guys. You gonna love it.

I had a benq zowie ec2-a but really needed an ambidextrous mouse for my grip. The only concern i really had was the scroll wheel which was really bad in the deathadder I had a while back as well. This is a totally different mouse!. The scroll wheel is perfect and feels much more high quality than the death adder, the sensor is top of the line, the cord is braided and light, never tugs. The only thing I kinda like and don't at the same time is the shape in the back. It is awkward and a bit thicc in the hips, takes some time to get used to, but as of now my favorite mouse

one thing i noticed right away, its a bit smaller then most. its not too bad though. very sensitive and with the software you can set 5 different dpi settings to any value of choice. you can adjust the lighting colors and brightness as well. when i first held it i got worried because the other side goes inward because its designed for both right and left handed people. but once using the mouse i realized it didn't matter, it was still very comfortable and a very high quality mouse. now that i know what its like, would i choose it over a different mouse?...im not sure about that. i wouldn't mind trying the mamba and deathadder. BUT for 40 bucks used, i am VERY happy with it.

I love Razer products, not just for reliability, but for its RGB software. The Lancehead offers everything you need for gaming and will look great as well. Its customization is vast and the more you use it, the better it feels. If you have big hands, this mouse will feel a tad small but for everyone else this mouse feels great.

I did have issues in the beginning with the software, some games (Like Overwatch) didn't load because the software wasn't updated. After the update, it works perfectly. The software does glitch sometimes, and the custom RGB wont load because of it. It does get frustrating sometimes because the mouse wont work properly if the software doesn't start up first.

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