Razer gaming mice

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by CastlBravo, Jan 16, 2021.

  1. CastlBravo

    CastlBravo Notebook Consultant

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    IIRC, Razor gaming mice (along with LogiTech MX518s) are standard excellent gaming mice.

    Is that still true?
    Are the Razors made in Taiwan?

    Thanks.
     
  2. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Razer has good hardware. Most people hate the software for being bloated and unstable. I've never had a problem but understand the complaints.
     
  3. CastlBravo

    CastlBravo Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks saturnotaku.

    Are they still made in Taiwan (anywhere but China)? I checked the Amazon page (I'll buy from NewEgg) and couldn't find a COO (Country-of-Origin).

    I have an MX518 that has been great for over a decade (except the wheel is a bit sloppy), but its developing a minor short where it won't hold-and-drag. I'll fix it someday, but I think I will put it up as my backup mouse and try the Razer.
     
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    It depends on the model you are getting. The new ones are pretty solid, Deathadder V2 is my current mouse and it's a very good mouse.
    As @saturnotaku said, the software is a bit bloated, but you don't need to run it all the time. Just set some profiles and you are good :)
     
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