Razer - Mamba Tournament Edition Chroma 9-Button Laser Gaming Mouse with RGB Lighting - Black

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Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Chroma Laser Gaming Mouse: Customize your gameplay control with this laser mouse that features a 9-button design with programmable buttons, thumb buttons, click buttons and a scroll wheel. A 16,000 dpi laser sensor ensures precise tracking.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Mamba Tournament Edition Chroma Laser Gaming Mouse
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (881 out of 919)

Features


Laser technology

This mouse uses a laser to detect movement with accuracy across a variety of surface types, including glass.

16,000 dpi laser sensor

Delivers enhanced tracking accuracy.

9-button mouse design

Features a scroll wheel, left and right click, scroll left and click right, 2 thumb buttons and 2 buttons located behind the scroll wheel.

Ergonomic design

For comfortable right-handed use and personalized resistance.

Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers

Works across a wide array of computers.


Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars with 918 reviews

96%of customers would recommend this to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Simply an the best mouse available.

    Posted
    ThatGuy

    I purchased this after my cheap Logitech mouse of several years started failing. I never really thought to spend much on a mouse, but a friend of mine had a Mamba and recommended it intensely. I trusted him so I followed his advice, thinking in any event I could probably return it and forget I spent all that money. Now I have to frankly ask my friend why his recommendations were so understated. This is the best mouse on the planet. I never knew I could appreciate a mouse so much. Its light as a feather, you genuinely forget it is in your hand. The design looks like any other mouse, but it is somehow much more comfortable, most likely due to the nice material where your thumb rests being super soft. Razer themselves already said this repeatedly in the description, but it is worth repeating, the mouse is super precise also. Also, it does not affect use in any way, but I am not gonna lie, the lighting is really really nice. It feels like a dumb gimmick at first, but it really looks gorgeous and I think it made my desk look much nicer. The rainbow pattern at the lowest speed is simply beautiful. Also, speaking of design, although it IS a gaming mouse, it is designed in such a way that it can be used in a non gaming environment (like your office) and not seem out of place, as long as you either turn the lighting off or keep it static. The mouse is very expensive as you can see. There is not getting around that. But trust me, it is money well spent. You are getting what you pay for with this mouse, and you will get the best mouse on the market. I have no regrets, and I recommend the Mamba 100%.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Comfortable fit, Smooth tracking, Cool, Expensive

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

    First off... If I ever thought I'd pay more than $30 for a mouse, my previous self would travel to the future to try to slap some sense out of me today. Well, I did it. I recently purchased a new Alienware computer, and wanted to purchase some accessories to complement the system and replace an aging Logitech mouse and keyboard that has faithfully been my primary set for over 10 yrs. *cheers for Logitech* I compared reviews online had my sights on the Logitech Proteus Spectrum G502, then went to the stores to check out in person. The Logitech mouse felt durable, and well made, and full of buttons and features I wanted. But my hands just didn't fit it that well for a palm grip, as it is used more for a claw grip posture. I saw the Razer Mamba TE next to the G502 and decided to give it a few whirls. Well, I found the Razer comfortable, lightweight, yet some heft, and you can't ignore the LED light show it can put on. But the PRICE! Ouch! I sucked it up and bought it, and it has been great so far! Tracks well on many surfaces, responsive for my lightweight gaming, and customizable buttons are a huge plus. If there's anything I've learned, is try out the mouse in person before buying blindly. 1 star knocked off for a few reasons. First of all, there were less customizable buttons compared to the competition at this price range, and lacked the adjustable weights and click pressure of other mice, as well. For the price paid, I would expect some of those advanced features to be present. Overall, awesome mouse. The software has worked well so far, and is fun to customize the lighting. I was seduced by the lighting and the comfortable fit of the mouse, and would definitely buy Razer again.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good mouse for casual to competitive use

    Posted
    Zorda

    Recently this mouse was purchased for me as a gift from my parents after asking for it. I have played fps games such as Team Fortress or Counter Strike Global Offensive which I have more than 1,000 hours put into the game. If you didn't know, CSGO is a fps game that requires precise and smooth movement as you play against others. This mouse is perfect for the job. The clicking action for the left and right are beautiful. The scrolling doesn't give as much tactile feedback as one would expect but for me it does amazingly. The side buttons are easy to push but not so easy to push to where they can be accidentally hit which is a big plus. This mouse has a dpi sensor that goes up to a whopping 16,000 dpi with up to 5 customized dpi settings for when you need slower movements to fast action across the battlefield. To some this mouse might feel cheap because of the light weight but that is what makes it a tournament mouse. The chroma lighting is on the logo, scroll button, and on the sides and can be changed to different colors in the settings which makes for a beautiful appearance. Overall, I highly recommend this mouse to anyone who likes to have a fun time to those who prefer intense action packed gaming.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    great gaming mouse

    Posted
    cmick
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    ive been a pc gamer for a while now and this mouse is one of the best. ive had razer gear before and i have never had a single problem with anything from them, besides some software issues that they resolved. ive been using a lachesis and Lycosa for about 8 years and they still work perfectly (yea they have some ware on them but that's just cosmetics) so im confident in the build quality of raser products. now on to the mouse my biggest concern before buying this mouse was that i have big hands and was worried that this mouse would not feel right. but it fits good in my hand took a little bit to adjust to it since it was a little bit different style from my old mouse. the chroma lights on it are pretty sick and they attract a lot of attention to my set up. i love the dpi buttons on it that was one of the best things about my old mouse. the mouse picks up any surface that i have tryed it on and tracks good. the only down side to the tracking is that i have always lifted up my mouse while playing games. while it was never an issue with my old mouse it is a little bit of an issue using this one. because if you lift it up it picks up some movement and moves your cross hairs. it doesn't matter what setting you put it on it does the same thing. now i am use to it so i no longer pick up the mouse. just giving a heads up that you will have to change your style if your use to picking up your mouse while playing. i love the braided covered cord i have never had it snag on any thing so i don't know what people are talking about with that issue. all and all its a good well rounded mouse and i love it so far i will update later if i have issues with it down the road but i doubt there will be any.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Great feel, but tracking issues

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

    This mouse has a great feel in my hand. I don't have huge hands, but they are larger than average. I play some FPS games, strategy, MOBAs, and do tons of other homework and internet browsing. This is the most comfortable mouse I have ever used. Unfortunately there are some major issues. The mouse will randomly stop tracking. It is not a consistent issue. Sometimes I might go months without any problems, but they started right out of the box. A factory reset fixed it the day I got it, but every once in a blue moon this problem comes back. I still have a month left on the warranty, so maybe Razer can replace my mouse, because this is pretty unacceptable. I wish I had bought the Geek Squad Replacement plan for this mouse, because now I have to go through the warranty process was Razer, which might be a hassle. I know that if I had purchased the replacement then I would get my money back as store credit and be able to choose a different brand.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant Feeling and Looking Mouse/Cursor Issue

    Posted
    CelestialFox
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    New out of the box the Razer Mamba Tournament Edition definitely looks and feels brilliant with it's charming LED lighting effects and great feel; however, after using it for a day or 2, I noticed the cursor would jump a mm or so in any direction while left clicking on the mouse. I couldn't figure out if it was because the mouse was too light or if it was a hardware/software issue. I'm taking the mouse back to the store tomorrow in exchange for another to figure out if it's a faulty mouse. I will update if it fixes the issue. I've read about similar issues concerning the cursor and I wouldn't exactly recommend this product to anyone yet but if you are in the market for buying just know that you may have a similar issue. I believe it still needs a little work which I believe will happen in due time. Definitely will be worth it if they can fix the tweaking/jumping cursor. The mouse boasts to be the most precise laser mouse and I admit it probably would have great accuracy if it weren't for the cursor tweaking issue. To conclude, the jumping cursor isn't exactly game breaking but it does get a little overburdening when you have to click on links twice. I switched back to my SteelSeries Rival mouse and it works great. Fingers crossed that it's just faulty. Cosmetic: 10 Design: 10 Performance: 6 Precision: 5 Will definitely update this review in the future if they fix the issue permanently.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Mouse

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

    I bought this mouse to replace my aging (and breaking) Razer Imperator 2012 Edition, and I must say that I am very pleased with it. It's a light-weight mouse, meaning that it is very easy to move around, and the sensor is extremely responsive. By turning off acceleration in the settings, I noticed no weird jumpiness or slowing down, nothing of that sort. The sensor itself goes all the way up to 16,000DPI, which is kind of insane, unless you are playing a game at a fairly high resolution like 4K, which I am not. Personally, I tend to play FPS games at 6400 or 8200 DPI, which for 1080p gaming, seems to work best for me, but your own personal comfort levels will vary. Speaking of comfort, this is a very nice mouse to hold, especially considering that I have fairly large hands, and the mouse doesn't feel like it's too small for me. The rubber grips on the sides improve that sense of comfort and control. Some final thoughts are that my mouse did have a freezing issue which forced an unplug and then replug, but this was solved by a firmware update. If this happens to you, contact Razer's tech support, and they will give you the necessary firmware upgrade, as well as instructions on how to install it. Apart from that, I think this is an excellent mouse, and I would recommend it to anyone that is in the market for a new mouse, especially one for FPS gaming.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Mouse even though it has a frickin laser

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

    I read reviews saying to get the Death Adder Chroma and not this mouse. Claims of the reviewers say optics of the Death Adder over the laser in the Mamba was a better sensor citing a flaky laser. Unfortunately I needed about 2 more buttons than the Death Adder had. I actually bought it first but then returned it for this mouse. I've been very pleased with the performance of this mouse. The construction is solid and the laser sensor is top notch IMO. You can't really compare the two since the Mamba supports up to 16,000 dpi and the Death Adder only goes to 10,000. However, unless you have a huge screen resolution (i.e. 4k) 16k dpi is overkill for a mouse. I only allow my up to 10k on my 2560 x 1080 monitor. The fact is 16k is REALLY high DPI and I bet the mouse can be a bit flaky at that DPI since it is more sensitive to dust and other debris at such a high DPI. It just doesn't make sense to crank the DPI up to 16k then turn down the windows mouse settings all the way to compensate. That's just elitists wanting to tout the higher DPI. But I digress, this mouse is worth the extra $$ over the Death Adder IMO, especially if you need a couple extra buttons. I didn't really care about the Chroma, but I have to admit its fun to have :)

    I would recommend this to a friend





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