By James Pinnell on June 22, 2015 at 4:53 pm
The Razer-staple Mamba mouse is changing for the better. Last week, as part of Razer’s E3 product launch, they demonstrated the capabilities of the new device, headlined by the 16,000 DPI laser sensor, dual click force customisation, and the addition of its “Chroma” LED colour system. As is the case with most of their hardware, Razer mean business when it comes to ensuring quality and backing up their claims with facts. Not one but three very expensive looking machines filled the small meeting room in the West Hall, each with a mouse filling a custom cut hole. My guide Cherry flicked them on with a flourish and invited me to check out the monitors.
The first two machines monitored click force as relative to travel pressure (I’m honestly not kidding here, check the pictures), showing how the new, simple screw mechanisms on the bottom of the mouse allow each button to supply individual force. Like your buttons to be ultra quick and responsive for those MOBA and RTS micro movements? Or maybe a little more dense and secure for those shots. I was skeptical at first, especially since I didn’t honestly think it mattered… until I set my right mouse button to be quite firm and the left quite light. Oh my. I could get used to that sort of control, thank you very much.