Razer - Lancehead Wireless Laser Gaming Mouse with Chroma Lighting - Black

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Take gaming to the next level with this wireless Razor Lancehead mouse. The ambidextrous design has enhanced rubber side grips for comfortable use with your left or right hand. The 16,000 dpi 5G laser sensor and 50G acceleration on this Razor Lancehead mouse provide lightning-fast performance for critical gameplay decisions.

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Overview

What's Included


  • 2.4GHz dongle
  • 7' braided fiber USB charging cable
  • Owner's manual
  • Razer Lancehead Wireless Laser Gaming Mouse with Chroma Lighting

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
91% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (58 out of 64)

Features


Razer Chroma customizable lighting

Discover a whole new level of personalization with 16.8 million colors and many different customizable lighting effects.

Hybrid on-board memory and Cloud storage

Rebind buttons, assign macros, and automatically save all your profile configurations to the cloud.

Adaptive Frequency Technology

The Razer Lancehead wireless mouse features Razer proprietary Adaptive Frequency Technology, which ensures 100% transmission stability.

16,000 dpi 5G laser sensor

Equipped with the most advanced 5G laser sensor with true 16,000 dpi, the Razer Lancehead is optimized for precision and speed, ensuring movements are swift, your spells are on target, and that you get out of the fire when battles turn intense.

Razer Mechanical Mouse switches

These new switches are optimized and tweaked for the fastest response times and for extended durability up to 50 million clicks so you can take out the entire Red Legion and more without any hesitation or worry.

Nine independently programmable buttons

With nine independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons, be spoilt for choice whether you're assigning just the essentials or going full-out to bind item hotkeys, spells or any other in-game commands you need.

Ambidextrous design

The result of extensive research with top esports athletes, this all-new ambidextrous form factor caters to the varied needs of gamers everywhere.

Enhanced rubber side grips

Together with enhanced rubber side grips, you'll always have complete control of your gameplay.

Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers

Works across a wide array of computers.


Customer rating

4.5
91%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great mouse but a tad underwhelming for the price

    Posted
    btrot95
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I've been a PC gamer since about 2009 and have used hardware from tons of different brands. I found Logitech to be my favorite brand and use every one of their gaming products exclusively on my gaming desktop. However, I recently purchased a gaming laptop to supplement my desktop and decided I wan't to pursue wireless mice! I actually purchased a G900 from Logitech and immediately hated it and returned it. So, seeing as wireless (serious) gaming options are decently slim, I went with Razer's Lancehead Wireless. From the moment I opened the packaging, I could see Razer took the time to make a "premium" gaming product. I've used the mouse for roughly 60 hours of game-time so far and it has functioned beautifully. I am sort-of a "brand snob" and wont mix-and-match products in a system. So, looks like Razer not only won my mouse business, but also a new headset, mousepad, and other accessories for the new laptop. With that said, I do have a few places for improvement on the mouse: * I wish it had removable weights. My desktop mouse (G502 Proteus) has a ton of weight options and I currently have it as heavy as possible... It's nearly twice the weight of the Lancehead. * Wireless charging. The one advantage Logitech has it their new wireless charging technology in the G903. * 3-movement scroll wheel. The Lancehead only scrolls, it doesn't have left and right movement like many other similar mice in it's price range do.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Mouse,Perfect fit,High Quality,worth it!!

    Posted
    TheGeneral
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I had been shopping around for a mouse for gaming and general use awhile. I have tried several, including the Logitech g503 and the Razer Death Adder, but returned both after finally trying this one. It's perfect; the fit is comfortable and ergonomic, doesn't slant to the side, or its not too bulky, it's quick, has a great weight, not too light or unnecessarily heavy, it has both wired and wireless connection, the lighting feature is awesome and the light design is the best because it's visible throughout the mouse not just the palm, the button are high quality, they do not feel cheap and are highly responsive, it charges fast, can be charged using your pc or connected to charger on wall like an Apple IPAD charger or Samsung phone charger, the software it comes with is great, the mouse looks awesome, has rubber grips, and the packaging is what it should be for an expensive mouse. Definitely a winner. I bought this with the inexpensive insignia mouse pad and it works perfect. I've used this for Age Of Empires online play and it works perfect, plus its super comfortable.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not worth this much money, but ok otherwise

    Posted
    Fernando
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Don't get me wrong, it is not a bad mouse, but it is also not a 130 bucks one, not even close. I think so because: 1) It is just too "plasticky" - build quality, when compared to a Steelseries Rival 700 - is just bad. Plastics, weight and sturdiness. 2) I would say half the price is just the fact it is wireless. 3) The rest of the price, is 70% chroma/synapse support and just 30% mouse. My biggest problem with it is that it is awkward for the ring finger... there's no place for it... I get it - ambidextrous ... I am not though, so again, the ring finger has no resting place. Finally, it is big - and trust me, I have big hands. Still feels on the border of too big. Otherwise ok and a portable "when not at home" mouse .... This quality and superior can be found - easily - for 70 bucks in Logitech anywhere if you have smaller hands, and other models. I am not saying do not buy it, but if you can try before hand, just keep this things in mind. I would only recommend this if and only if you are looking for a wireless solution.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Way beyond my expectations

    Posted
    ThaWolf
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    When I first paired this mouse with the WiFi dongle and set my specifications in Razer Synapse, I expected this mouse to be just like my wired gaming mouse. I haven’t been this blown away by a mouse before. The reaction time was better than my Razer Naga. The ability to change DPI settings during the middle of a PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds match so that I can increase sniping accuracy with a lower DPI compared to close quarters with a higher DPI will change the way I play moving forward. The feel of the mouse sits perfectly in my hand. The additional buttons and how easy they are to reach make this mouse perfect for making better loadouts for different games. I am very impressed with this and highly recommend this mouse to anyone for any type of game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Ok mouse, not worth the price

    Posted
    Gui0312
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    So this mouse is aesthetically pleasing. The lighting is really nice and I love the rubber grips on the side. Now for the bad, it’s a laser mouse, 140 for a laser mouse is already a lot. I’m not huge on the optical vs laser thing (I do prefer optical) but the mouse just wouldn’t charge to full, the synapse software was very flakey with this mouse, often would show incorrect charging or battery percentages. I’m not a fan of the ambidextrous design (although it does look cool) my hand just couldn’t adjust. You can turn the other side buttons off so you won’t inadvertently press them in game,but just clicking them anyway was a distraction and I just didn’t feel like I had total control of the mouse. I feel that this mouse should be around 90-100 and that’s stretching it. At least the mamba even though I think it’s a horrible mouse had a charging dock, this one doesn’t.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best RAZER Mouse to date

    Posted
    Kaza
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I have owned numerous RAZER Mice, mostly because I would use a different mouse for each style (NAGA for MMO, TAIPAN for FPS, OUROBORUS for general wireless use). The Lancehead replaced the Ouroborus in many ways, the wireless is respectable in games, but the wired mode it performs like the taipan. Amazing mouse, highly recommend if you are looking for an all around good hybrid mouse for gaming and for wireless use. The battery life is phenomenal, although it does take proprietary razeratteries, so if it ever dies you will more than likely have to order from RAZER. .

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pricey, but great overall!

    Posted
    Sebastien
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    While this mouse is definitely on the more expensive side, it is very high quality. One of the best features of this mouse in my opinion is its ability to seamlessly switch from wireless to wired by simply unplugging the dongle provided and plugging the cord straight into the mouse. Wireless works perfectly as promised by razer with no interruptions. The only downside, other than the exorbitant price, is that it is slightly less comfortable to hold because it was built ambidextrously.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Weird button positioning, micro usb is garbage

    Posted
    Rian
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    As a mouse it works. It doesn’t last as long as it says wirelessly. I just leave it plugged in but the micro USB port requires that you only use their cable. It’s recessed deeply into the mouse. The side buttons are positioned weirdly. I tried to use them for gaming but I unintentionally pushed them constantly. Overall I hate it. Razer software is garbage.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend




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