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Razer Lancehead Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateJun 2017
Form factorAmbidextrous
Product colourBlack
Ergonomic designYes
Device interfaceRF Wireless
Movement detection technologyLaser
Scroll typeWheel
Buttons quantity9
Buttons typePressed buttons
Movement resolution16000 DPI
Recommended usagePC
Programmable mouse buttonsYes
Number of programmable buttons9
Adjustable polling rateYes
Frequency band2.4 GHz

Reviews of Razer Lancehead

Reviewed on 2020-06-30
Aside from a comfortable shape and accurate sensor, gamers are always looking for well-positioned inputs that can be easily customized. Let's not forget about good overall quality, as well as durability, performance and speed, all of that at a reasonable...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-15
Razer has sold mice even before the singularities formed into Infinity Stones (and well before it dreamed of a laptop with three screens). Up until now, however, the company has shied away from the wireless market because, well, making a reliable wireless...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-08
Braided USB cable attaches securely for wired mode, leaving no wiggle or opportunity for midmatch disconnects, Adaptive Frequency Technology keeps the wireless signals at their optimal performance with no user interference, Ambidextrous and comfortable fo...
Higher price point intended for serious enthusiasts only, Lack of visual notification on device for current DPI levels
For most consumers, having to choose between a wired and wireless mouse can be an essential choice to make when designing a PC battle station. You'll have to take into consideration whether you'll be playing in front of a monitor or giant TV display and w...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-04
Wireless mice are still somewhat of a hard sell to some hardcore PC gamers but the Lancehead might change that opinion. Both have a 16,000 DPI sensor with the wireless version supporting a laser-based sensor and the wired version has an optical one. This...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-17
Some people don't want standard wired mice, but most wireless options aren't great for gaming. Razer addresses that with the new Lancehead, which is out now for $140. It's expensive, but I love using it because it performs well in intense moments and nev...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-13
Attractive, ambidextrous design, No discernible transmission dropouts, and superb sensor, Unlimited game-specific profiles, and five stored DPI settings, Acceleration support, Sleep timer
Pricey, Rubber side grips need more bite, Macro editor could use some improvement, No deceleration, angle-snapping
When you talk to serious gamers about wireless mice, the typical reaction is more akin to an allergic reaction than an opinion. The consensus usually boils down to one word: AVOID. Why is "wired" the perpetual flavor of the month when it comes to gaming m...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-13
Several weeks ago, we were able to get our hands on Razer's new wired ambidextrous eSports grade gaming mouse, the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition, which we were quite impressed with. While a portion of the advertised features weren't available at the...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-11
Razer recently introduced a gaming mouse that's a nearly perfect competitor to my favorite mouse of all time, Logitech's G900. The Razer Lancehead is a high-end, ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse, with the option to seamlessly switch to wired. Also, Raz...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-05
Wireless connectivity works perfectly. Good build quality with excellent RGB lighting capabilities. Ambidextrous design is great for lefthanders as well as claw and finger grip users
Wireless edition is very expensive. Battery life isn't fantastic. Not comfortable for palm grip users
For as long as I've been using a desktop PC as my workstation and gaming machine, I've always used a wired mouse. My daily driver just happens to be another of the company's mouse offerings, the Razer DeathAdder, which I love for its smooth tracking and c...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-02
Razer Lancehead Review – Making a great wireless gaming mouse is no easy feat, but thankfully Razer has all the experience and knowledge in making one (check out our coverage on the previous Razer Mamba Chroma, Mamba 2012, the original Mamba 2010, and...
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