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Razer Mamba Elite Wireless Gaming Mouse (2012)

  • Model Number: MAMBA 2012
  • WebID: 10175393
(20 ratings)
The Razer Mamba returns with an ultra-precise 4G Dual Sensor System, that makes use of both a laser and an optical sensor to enhance tracking precision by calibrating to different surfaces and allowing adjustment of liftoff tracking distance. With improved battery life for more gaming enjoyment, and outfitted with gaming grade wireless technology, the Mamba is in a league of its own.

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  • Gaming grade wireless technology means the Razer Mamba performs as well cordless as it does corded, giving you utter freedom of motion
  • 1ms response rate; your command gets executed first even if you and your opponent react at the same time
  • 6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System; outfitted with a laser and an optical sensor to accurately calibrate the mouse to any surface for exceptional pinpoint tracking
  • Configuration of cut-off distance to manage liftoff tracking, empowering you with more control than ever
  • Improved battery life and charging dock; 15% more battery life than its predecessor; when you need to recharge, just pop it on the sleek charging dock which also acts as the wireless receiver unit
  • Multi-Colour Lighting LED; customize the Razer Mamba to suit your personal style or mood

What's in the Box

  • Mouse
  • Lithium battery
  • Manual
  • Certificate of Authenticity

Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Parts - 2 Year(s)
  • Labour - 2 Year(s)

For more information about the Manufacturer’s Warranty, please contact the manufacturer or visit their website.

Right now is the ideal time to start looking at your PC gaming rig to get it in to shape for all the great 2013 PC games coming out. One of the more popular names in PC gaming accessories is Razer. Today lets take a look at the Razer Mamba Elite wireless gaming mouse.

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Connectivity USB
Tracking Technology Yes
Wireless Yes
Cord Length or Cordless Range 7 ft
Designed For Gaming Yes
Designed For Laptops No
Scroll Wheel Yes
Comfort Design Right-Handed
Colour Black
Batteries Included Yes
System Requirements Windows XP/Vista/7; Mac OS X 10.4+
Warranty Labour 2 Year(s)
Warranty Parts 2 Year(s)



Customer Reviews

3.6 / 5
Based on 20 ratings,5 Reviews
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  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Mar 21, 2014


Comfort 7.5/10 Battery Life 3.5/10 Price 5/10 This Mice gets uncomfortable after a long use i find my hand cramping up after 4h I bought this mice just for wireless but I find my self using it in wired mode since battery wont last past 5-6h. Decent Mice but not worth the price it sells for with the poor battery life.

  • from Burnaby, BC
  • Jul 26, 2013

I wish i had more thumbs...

on my second battery which didn't last more than six months. tried conditioning the second battery so it would last as long as possible, but no luck. updated firmware and drivers and the cursor is worse than a jumping antelope with MS. google search razer mamba jumping cursor and you'll find out all about it. seriously can't even use this for web navigation little alone gaming. playing bf3 with this thing ends in tears... well almost. opened up ms paint and tried to draw a few circles and they end up being earthquake rattled rectangles! Most painful experience ever!!

  • from Kamloops, BC
  • Feb 18, 2013

Mamba lover

I got this great mouse as a replacement to one that failed after nearly four years. Its awesome!, especially when paired with a Razer mouse pad. The adjustability and sensitivity are without equal.The changing color scheme is even cute.

  • from Winnipeg, MB
  • Dec 20, 2012

good and bad

I got this mouse for my birthday, previously using a microsoft wireless. in comparison, this mouse is alot smoother, you can tell it has more sensitivity, and i was able to play better with it. It does take some getting used to: in connection with the razer mousepad, there is NO resistance. its so smooth, my reflexes had to readjust for no resistance in movement. the battery power kinda sucks, I have to recharge it alot and i need wireless; the wire that connects to the mouse isnt long enough to play with it plugged in. there are a few things you can do to minimize the power drain, but that is the biggest detractor. i play for long stretches and this mouse is unreliable after 2 sessions.

  • from Montreal
  • Mar 24, 2012

Not a good mice at this price

Hi, First, Wireless mouse for gaming is not good. Got one and return it a few days after and got a refund. Mouse keep stop working 3 to 5 time a day(Dock seem to froze and need to disconnect and reconnect to fix it.) Design is... Normal for that price. Clicking seems not working properly,(ghost clicking) clicking once make u clicking twice... If the mouse was cheaper and not for gaming I will say go but I had a very bad experience with it.. Maybe a got a defective unit but I didn't want to exchange it to see...So I got a full refund. Mikavel

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