Razer Mamba Gaming Mouse

The Mouse

The Mouse

Sleek and sophisticated, the Mamba looks much like its older brother the Deathadder. The Razer logo dominates the lower front of the mouse, but unlike the Deathadder the logo does not pulsate. Instead the edges of the scroll wheel light up with a vibrant blue when the mouse is used. 

Razer Mamba Top Down Razer Mamba Sideways

Here we see how the middle of the mouse is raised allowing for the user to rest his/her full palm comfortably on the mouse. Ergonomically this mouse is great and comes close if not exceeds the comfort of my current Logitech MX Revolution.

Razer Mamba Side Razer Mamba Other Side

Razer Mamba Dock Razer Mamba Ligjhts

At the bottom left is the battery indicator. This displays the current battery level when the mouse is in use. Also note how the side buttons are similarly placed to those of the Deathadder. Due to the success of the Deathadder it makes sense to follow in it's footsteps with the Mamba.

Razer Mamba Wheel Razer Mamba DPI Buttons

The scroll wheel is a dominant feature on the front of the mouse. It is ridged to provide a non slip surface for scrolling. The grooves on the left and right click buttons are clearly visible and comparable with that of the Deathadder. The DPi buttons have been placed neatly in the left corner providing a quick and effortless solution to switch up and down the DPI settings. 

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Most Recent Comments

10-04-2009, 09:44:54

Nice mouse, naughty price.Quote

10-04-2009, 09:45:31

Great review AntiHero Quote

10-04-2009, 09:59:12

Author: Stuart Kennedy? I thought Anti Hero wrote it, who is called Pete? :S

Anyway, nice review, and I like the way it can be wired aswellQuote

10-04-2009, 10:08:19

Originally Posted by name='PeterStoba'
Author: Stuart Kennedy? I thought Anti Hero wrote it, who is called Pete? :S

Anyway, nice review, and I like the way it can be wired aswell
Is his name Pete? All emails came from Stuart. Maybe his brother?Quote

10-04-2009, 10:23:15

Yer, AHUK is pete.Quote

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