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www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence
www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence
www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence
www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence
www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence
www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence

www Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black Choose with confidence

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      I had a Logitech G502 Lightspeed www I picked www up in January to replace my www Roccat Leadr. I tried to like www that www mouse, I really www did, but I www couldn't stand the software, the www smaller footprint, and the poor www battery life. At the time, www I really was considering the Basilisk Ultimate too, www but shied www away due to www Logitech's reputation.I ended www up getting the Basilisk when www it was like 40% off, and have to www say that I'm so www thoroughly impressed that I'm www sorry I didn't www go with Razer much earlier. I www love this mouse www - www the buttons are a sturdy click, the www mouse is wide enough that my hand www doesn't fall off and drag, www and the software is so much www easier to program than Logitech's.Additionally, Razer Chroma www is a decent piece of software, but what makes it better is that the Razer devices are www so www configurable. AND, as far as the RGB goes, Razer Chroma integrates with so www many other www manufacturers that it makes www Razer much more attractive.When I replace my next devices (keyboards, mouse pads, headsets, etc), I will be looking at Razer FIRST.Up to 100 www Hour www Battery Life: www An all-new, www hyper-efficient sensor www and wireless technology allows for extended www gaming25% Faster Than www Competing www Wireless Mice: Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology brings www together extreme www low-latency and www interference reduction www for true wireless freedomIncluded Customizable www Chroma Lighting www & RGB Mouse Charging www Dock: Features www 16.8 million color www combinations w, included preset profiles; provides www 5 hours of wireless playtime www within www 10 minutes of www chargingNow I haven't used all the top mice, but www I did my product www research before buying www this mouse. www It is www now www 2 years later and www I've just bought a second www one in addition to this purchase. www My first mouse www still www works great with some minor hiccups (will detail www below).In my www current setup I now have 2 Baslisk Ultimate mice. The reason being: I now have two mice so www when one needs to charge, www I have the www other www sitting www ready www on the charger. And the best www part is, the battery life www isn't www even a problem at all, it has some www fantastic battery life. I go probably 2 weeks on a full www charge. www That www being said, I specifically turned www off www the RGB lights to achieve this. The RGB lights do www cut www down on the battery life quite a bit, and I never www look at my mouse www and I really don't care www to www have www RGB lights, I just really love www this mouse www (hence why I bought www 2).As for the minor hiccups I www mentioned earlier, there's really only been one. After some time, my mouse www began to have some trouble charging www on the dock. I www found a forum post online talking about www this and they www recommended taking a Q-tip and dipping it in isopropyl alcohol and cleaning www the charging contacts. I www tried it, and it worked. I do have to clean www it from www time to time, but that is not a problem for me as I value www the www mouse very highly. I love www this mouse because it www is 1) wireless and 2) has a charging dock, so I www don't have www to fuss with plugging in a cable, I just set it down. I also www love that www 3) the dock www can www be set www to www turn specific www colors indicating battery www life.4) I am www given the power of www Hypershift which www can be very powerful with a mouse. The way I primarily use it is: I set my Hypershift key to www the trigger button on the mouse. Hypershift+left www is bound to go back a page in my www web www browser, HS+right www is forward a page, HS+left mouse wheel nudge moves me left a tab and HS+right mouse wheel moves me right a www tab in the www web browser. It www makes web browsing such a fluid www experience, no reaching www for the tiny www forward/backward button or wasting time moving your mouse there to begin with.Anyway I could go on and on www with the ways this www mouse is great. I www haven't had any weird www problems www with www it and it's lasted www me www 2 years www and still going strong. I love it so much www I bought a second one. www I can't recommend www it enough. www And like I said, I haven't used www other mice but there's literally www no reason for www me to look anywhere else. The www only thing I can think of www would www be www that www I www need to clean the www charging dock, but www that would probably be www the www case with anything that has wireless contacts. Heck, my Roomba www has www contacts that www need www cleaning (with www the exact www same method www btw). I don't know www if it's possible to design around that issue.Seriously I'm just www trying to give praise to a product that is so www perfect in my eyes www it www needs no further adjustments. Aside from www Razer not www selling the cable www individually, in fact it doesn't even come with the dock if you buy it www separately (BOOOOOO!!!!!) But if you have it plugged into the www dock at all www times, you'll never break www it anyway. I recommend this mouse.I bought this mouse www for www its www use of optical switches for the left/right mouse click, very high DPI, www low latency and Razer's reputation. Unfortunately, because of buggy software and www tracking issues, I had to return www my purchase and change www my review to 1 star.The mouse was smaller than I www expected. For example, when I www grab it, there's a 3 www inch gap between the back of the mouse, and www my palm. Unfortunately, nearly all www mice are www being made smaller these days. I'm guessing this is www due www to the average hand size www found around the world. It's too bad no www one www builds a "big and www tall" version mouse and keyboard www too. www Oh, and this is right hand mouse only (I'm right www handed so www no issue for me). I www did not rate my review score www on www size, www because my hands www are larger than most.The DPI is great, www and almost too much for any real application. It's way more than what's needed, but really cool. I'm very impressed www by the detail this mouse www can www crank out.The LED lights are pretty, www colorful and the software has a lot of www cool customizations. No complaints there. What would be nice is www the special purpose buttons www had their www own LEDs, which would make finding them easier.The battery life is www very poor, especially if you www run www the lights. I www turned off all the lighting features to save power. If you're www into mouse disco www lights, expect it to www work www for less than www a day. Big difference to my other www mouse www (which had 1 led) that lasts 2 years on 2 AA batteries! While I understand higher DPI, fast response mice with lots of LEDs www take www more power, this should be matched with a much larger battery, perhaps 5x the watt www hour rating.While the razer claims to have www a focusing optical sensor, I www found it www no better than any other optical sensor mouse. It absolutely will not track on glass (something my laser mouse does www just fine www on), and despite www it's high DPI, www is not as accurate www as a laser mouse with lower DPI. Something to consider when buying a higher end www mouse. Finding laser www mice www these days is difficult, because I think all the mice makers went to www the lower www cost www optical sensors. www Too www bad, www laser mice rock.It's not a Bluetooth mouse. It would be nice if it www included www this www feature. Installing a dongle isn't always practical. www Also, no bluetooth means the mouse is useless on mobile devices, www such www as a tablet computer.The Razer software is buggy, bloated, has UI issues, and requires you to sign in every time you reboot www the software or computer. www Seriously do you really www want to sign www into your mouse software www That is www crazy. www If you wish to use very basic functions, such as scroll left / right www with scroll wheel, www you'll www need this software running (unfortunately). www Is it spyware I don't know, and www I don't www care. If someone wants to spy on my www stupid video games, go for it. (hey, I broadcast them anyway). The www software was crashing on www my Window 10 www PC several times www a www day, requiring www going to www the task manager, and "end task", then restarting the software. While the mouse will work after the www software has www crashed, many of the basic features won't (such www as the www left/right scroll). Sorry, unstable software affecting basic functionality on a mouse is a deal www breaker. Bloatware and needing to www "sign in" is nearly a deal breaker too.The buttons aren't too bad, but not the best. The special purpose buttons are www all in awkward locations, especially the www 2 buttons behind the scroll www wheel. All the buttons www feel www like www a cheap commodity mouse, no precision and www very "clicky". The scroll wheel could use www some improvements, www it's just www too www clunky, www doesn't free spin www unless www you www loosen the tensioner www on the www bottom, then spins too free. The wheel isn't nice, isn't fast, and is a www junk. www I www do like www the left/right scroll feature on www the mouse wheel. Unfortunately, the Razer software www must be running for www that feature to work, and the www software is unstable.The mouse tracks www well, until www it doesn't! This www too is a major deal www breaker, and in fact after the mouse froze www more than a www dozen www times a day, typically for 3 to 10 seconds each, www I www stopped using www it. Tracking issues www with www or without Razer's www software, with or without the www wired USB, and on multiple mouse pads I tried. Not reliable enough for even www doing office work, and you could forget using it for www games. Yes, the mouse was close to the wireless receiver www at about 1 www foot (300 mm). No, there www was no other interfering devices. In fact I've never www had wireless device issues www on this computer in www this room www before. I'm guessing the mouse www freezing is due to buggy www mouse www firmware, or a marginal optical www sensor www (or both). www I've used 5 dollar optical mice that perform fine www without tacking issues. Sorry, it was a no brainer as to www if I should keep the high priced mouse or return it. In fact even www if www I couldn't return www it, I would still have never used it. www A mouse that freezes is unacceptable.The cable it shipped with is excellent, and allows recharge and use while connected. This cord is very flexible, and probably the www best USB wire cord material I've ever www seen. Unfortunately, as I wrote, www even when wired, the mouse still had tracking issues. There is also a www design problem www with the cable connector in the www mouse www because www of the www very narrow channel to reach the mouse USB connector. What kind www of design is that So, www for all practical purposes the (nice) cable is proprietary. I www consider this a www problem, www because the mouse needs recharging www every few hours, meaning you'll www always www need that cable if you take the mouse elsewhere. If www you lose www the cable, good luck charging your mouse.I'm so www sorry, www but I can't www recommend this mouse. Beyond www being unreliable, it's small, cheap feeling, not easy www to charge on www a standard USB cable and with it's very www short battery life, www it is www just too expensive for what it is. I went www back to my www old logitech mouse I bought www 5 www years ago. Those that www have already bought a www Razer, and can't return it, I recommend www gifting it to a child. The size is perfect them, www they'll love the pretty lights, www and www they won't www know www the difference when the mouse stops www tracking...11 www Programmable Buttons: Allows www for reconfiguration www and www assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse 33x Quicker Than www Traditional Mechanical Switches: Razer Optical www mouse switches uses light beam-based actuation, www registering www button www presses at the speed of www light
      Razer Basilisk Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse w/ Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB - 11 Programmable Buttons - 100 Hr Battery - Classic Black25% Faster Than Competing Wireless Mice: Razer www HyperSpeed wireless www technology www brings www together extreme low-latency www and interference reduction for www true wireless freedom3x Quicker Than www Traditional www Mechanical Switches: Razer Optical mouse switches uses light beam-based www actuation, www registering www button presses at the speed of lightIncluded Customizable Chroma Lighting www & RGB Mouse Charging www Dock: Features 16.8 million color combinations www w, included preset profiles; provides 5 hours of wireless playtime within 10 minutes of charging11 Programmable Buttons: Allows www for reconfiguration www and assignment of complex macro www functions through Razer Synapse www 3Up to 100 Hour Battery Life: An all-new, hyper-efficient www sensor and wireless technology www allows for extended www gaming

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Buyer's experience:
      1: Now I haven't used all the top mice, but I did my product research before buying this mouse. It is now 2 years later and I've just bought a second one in addition to this purchase. My first mouse still works great with some minor hiccups (will detail below).In my current setup I now have 2 Baslisk Ultimate mice. The reason being: I now have two mice so when one needs to charge, I have the other sitting ready on the charger. And the best part is, the battery life isn't even a problem at all, it has some fantastic battery life. I go probably 2 weeks on a full charge. That being said, I specifically turned off the RGB lights to achieve this. The RGB lights do cut down on the battery life quite a bit, and I never look at my mouse and I really don't care to have RGB lights, I just really love this mouse (hence why I bought 2).As for the minor hiccups I mentioned earlier, there's really only been one. After some time, my mouse began to have some trouble charging on the dock. I found a forum post online talking about this and they recommended taking a Q-tip and dipping it in isopropyl alcohol and cleaning the charging contacts. I tried it, and it worked. I do have to clean it from time to time, but that is not a problem for me as I value the mouse very highly. I love this mouse because it is 1) wireless and 2) has a charging dock, so I don't have to fuss with plugging in a cable, I just set it down. I also love that 3) the dock can be set to turn specific colors indicating battery life.4) I am given the power of Hypershift which can be very powerful with a mouse. The way I primarily use it is: I set my Hypershift key to the trigger button on the mouse. Hypershift+left is bound to go back a page in my web browser, HS+right is forward a page, HS+left mouse wheel nudge moves me left a tab and HS+right mouse wheel moves me right a tab in the web browser. It makes web browsing such a fluid experience, no reaching for the tiny forward/backward button or wasting time moving your mouse there to begin with.Anyway I could go on and on with the ways this mouse is great. I haven't had any weird problems with it and it's lasted me 2 years and still going strong. I love it so much I bought a second one. I can't recommend it enough. And like I said, I haven't used other mice but there's literally no reason for me to look anywhere else. The only thing I can think of would be that I need to clean the charging dock, but that would probably be the case with anything that has wireless contacts. Heck, my Roomba has contacts that need cleaning (with the exact same method btw). I don't know if it's possible to design around that issue.Seriously I'm just trying to give praise to a product that is so perfect in my eyes it needs no further adjustments. Aside from Razer not selling the cable individually, in fact it doesn't even come with the dock if you buy it separately (BOOOOOO!!!!!) But if you have it plugged into the dock at all times, you'll never break it anyway. I recommend this mouse.
      2: I had a Logitech G502 Lightspeed I picked up in January to replace my Roccat Leadr. I tried to like that mouse, I really did, but I couldn't stand the software, the smaller footprint, and the poor battery life. At the time, I really was considering the Basilisk Ultimate too, but shied away due to Logitech's reputation.I ended up getting the Basilisk when it was like 40% off, and have to say that I'm so thoroughly impressed that I'm sorry I didn't go with Razer much earlier. I love this mouse - the buttons are a sturdy click, the mouse is wide enough that my hand doesn't fall off and drag, and the software is so much easier to program than Logitech's.Additionally, Razer Chroma is a decent piece of software, but what makes it better is that the Razer devices are so configurable. AND, as far as the RGB goes, Razer Chroma integrates with so many other manufacturers that it makes Razer much more attractive.When I replace my next devices (keyboards, mouse pads, headsets, etc), I will be looking at Razer FIRST.
      3: I bought this mouse for its use of optical switches for the left/right mouse click, very high DPI, low latency and Razer's reputation. Unfortunately, because of buggy software and tracking issues, I had to return my purchase and change my review to 1 star.The mouse was smaller than I expected. For example, when I grab it, there's a 3 inch gap between the back of the mouse, and my palm. Unfortunately, nearly all mice are being made smaller these days. I'm guessing this is due to the average hand size found around the world. It's too bad no one builds a "big and tall" version mouse and keyboard too. Oh, and this is right hand mouse only (I'm right handed so no issue for me). I did not rate my review score on size, because my hands are larger than most.The DPI is great, and almost too much for any real application. It's way more than what's needed, but really cool. I'm very impressed by the detail this mouse can crank out.The LED lights are pretty, colorful and the software has a lot of cool customizations. No complaints there. What would be nice is the special purpose buttons had their own LEDs, which would make finding them easier.The battery life is very poor, especially if you run the lights. I turned off all the lighting features to save power. If you're into mouse disco lights, expect it to work for less than a day. Big difference to my other mouse (which had 1 led) that lasts 2 years on 2 AA batteries! While I understand higher DPI, fast response mice with lots of LEDs take more power, this should be matched with a much larger battery, perhaps 5x the watt hour rating.While the razer claims to have a focusing optical sensor, I found it no better than any other optical sensor mouse. It absolutely will not track on glass (something my laser mouse does just fine on), and despite it's high DPI, is not as accurate as a laser mouse with lower DPI. Something to consider when buying a higher end mouse. Finding laser mice these days is difficult, because I think all the mice makers went to the lower cost optical sensors. Too bad, laser mice rock.It's not a Bluetooth mouse. It would be nice if it included this feature. Installing a dongle isn't always practical. Also, no bluetooth means the mouse is useless on mobile devices, such as a tablet computer.The Razer software is buggy, bloated, has UI issues, and requires you to sign in every time you reboot the software or computer. Seriously do you really want to sign into your mouse software That is crazy. If you wish to use very basic functions, such as scroll left / right with scroll wheel, you'll need this software running (unfortunately). Is it spyware I don't know, and I don't care. If someone wants to spy on my stupid video games, go for it. (hey, I broadcast them anyway). The software was crashing on my Window 10 PC several times a day, requiring going to the task manager, and "end task", then restarting the software. While the mouse will work after the software has crashed, many of the basic features won't (such as the left/right scroll). Sorry, unstable software affecting basic functionality on a mouse is a deal breaker. Bloatware and needing to "sign in" is nearly a deal breaker too.The buttons aren't too bad, but not the best. The special purpose buttons are all in awkward locations, especially the 2 buttons behind the scroll wheel. All the buttons feel like a cheap commodity mouse, no precision and very "clicky". The scroll wheel could use some improvements, it's just too clunky, doesn't free spin unless you loosen the tensioner on the bottom, then spins too free. The wheel isn't nice, isn't fast, and is a junk. I do like the left/right scroll feature on the mouse wheel. Unfortunately, the Razer software must be running for that feature to work, and the software is unstable.The mouse tracks well, until it doesn't! This too is a major deal breaker, and in fact after the mouse froze more than a dozen times a day, typically for 3 to 10 seconds each, I stopped using it. Tracking issues with or without Razer's software, with or without the wired USB, and on multiple mouse pads I tried. Not reliable enough for even doing office work, and you could forget using it for games. Yes, the mouse was close to the wireless receiver at about 1 foot (300 mm). No, there was no other interfering devices. In fact I've never had wireless device issues on this computer in this room before. I'm guessing the mouse freezing is due to buggy mouse firmware, or a marginal optical sensor (or both). I've used 5 dollar optical mice that perform fine without tacking issues. Sorry, it was a no brainer as to if I should keep the high priced mouse or return it. In fact even if I couldn't return it, I would still have never used it. A mouse that freezes is unacceptable.The cable it shipped with is excellent, and allows recharge and use while connected. This cord is very flexible, and probably the best USB wire cord material I've ever seen. Unfortunately, as I wrote, even when wired, the mouse still had tracking issues. There is also a design problem with the cable connector in the mouse because of the very narrow channel to reach the mouse USB connector. What kind of design is that So, for all practical purposes the (nice) cable is proprietary. I consider this a problem, because the mouse needs recharging every few hours, meaning you'll always need that cable if you take the mouse elsewhere. If you lose the cable, good luck charging your mouse.I'm so sorry, but I can't recommend this mouse. Beyond being unreliable, it's small, cheap feeling, not easy to charge on a standard USB cable and with it's very short battery life, it is just too expensive for what it is. I went back to my old logitech mouse I bought 5 years ago. Those that have already bought a Razer, and can't return it, I recommend gifting it to a child. The size is perfect them, they'll love the pretty lights, and they won't know the difference when the mouse stops tracking...

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00