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This is one of the least reliable devices I've ever owned, which is a shame considering how great it feels in the hand.
Several times a day, whether on bluetooth or wireless connection, the mouse will randomly lose power and disconnect. Removal of the battery, resetting it, switching between connection modes does not fix this. What does? I have no idea. It randomly comes back to life, sometimes after 30 seconds, sometimes after 10 minutes.
Absolutely unacceptable product quality given the price point. I've always heard about Razer's QC issues but this is absolutely unbelievable for a relatively simple device.
Decidí comprar este mouse por el precio accesible, pero ya probándolo no me gustó el sonido de los clicks,se escuchan fuertes, graves y de baja calidad. De igual forma este mouse no es tan sensible como el g502, probándolo detalladamente simplemente se siente movimientos toscos del puntero en la pantalla, ni ajustándolo con su programa de raez r queda bien, no lo recomiendo, mejor me voy con logitech.
It's no secret that Razer Synapse isn't the best software, but this is the second Razer mouse that I've bought and I'm quite happy with the quality and build. This mouse is comfortable and I know that it can be set up the way that I want it to be set up in the software. I was considering knocking off a star for the software, but I just couldn't because I find that the mouse itself is just too good for me. The newest edition of synapse is a lot better than the older one, but I haven't used it long enough to comment on how it will behave on the computer down the road.
Since this is a review of the mouse though, the switches on the sides don't feel like they're going to break (unlike my EVGA Torx Carbon that I used 2 mice before) and there aren't any parts that move around for hand size to break (like my Ouroboros before this mouse). I find this mouse very comfortable (for my size L gloved hands) and it's very responsive. The RGB on top is customizable in the software, so I was able to get it to match my keyboard and case RGB, which was also quite nice. There's one more button than I found I need but the "clutch" button can be removed and covered. I find I like the clutch button's positioning with my thumb, so I opt to skip the side button closest to my palm and keeping the clutch attached.
If this mouse ever broke, I would likely purchase it again. It's become very essential to my gaming for me and I very much enjoy it.
I really like this mouse. It's very comfy and ergonomic, wonderful mechanical switches, and dual witless (BT + 2.4Ghz wireless). Most importantly, it has great battery life and it uses standard AA batteries. It is certainly an amazing mouse for the mature gamer, where RGB lighting is not a thing and a dual use mouse (wireless with desktop and BT with laptop for work) is God-send. Also, no need to bother with charging, and power is restored in a blink with a fresh AA battery popped in. I game about 8-10h a week, and the rest of the usage is during work days... Battery life projection is about a month. So not a battery hog, obviously.
Very highly recommended mouse for the target audience.
Replacing my G502 since the LMB started to have odd squeaky noise. About Basilisk V2 Pro: Light weight, comfortable, good accuracy, new technology used in this mouse. Con: 1. Mushy LMB feeling. 2. Bad Synapse 3 software will crash randomly and does not save your RGB color setting. 3. I dislike the scroll wheel. I never like the G502 scroll wheel already, this adjustable is just even worst. The design was never really good with G502 since this is basically a clone. The wheel is too high, so it's hard to press, so I just use the tilt function of the wheel instead of pressing the wheel. For Basilks V2, I will sometimes accidentally trigger the scroll button while scrolling down. If this happens more, I will just disable the scroll wheel press button. However, it is still a good mouse. Good feeling in the hand and good precision. Just with $99 CAD. I would like to see they improve the scroll wheel design and drop the resistance thing.
I really love the feel of this mouse. It's a great mouse, no weights or anything super fancy for the particular competitive gamer, but they need to work on their software. Seriously. It's just not a premium experience.
The Good: - Ergonomic. The side grippy material is comfortable and repels moisture. Very easy to clean as well and make new feeling again with a Lysol wipe. - Lightweight. As a very casual gamer, I don't love the super lightweight construction, but for web browsing and casual computing, it's nice. The teflon pads on the bottom are very smooth too so it's like it floats across a decent mouse pad or surface. - RGB. I like the idea of RGB, it seems like half the reviews online can get the software working correctly and half cannot.
The Bad: - Software. This is my third Razer product, I had received the RGB mousepad and RGB headphone stand as a gift aaaand I like them for their intended design, again, I like the idea of having matchy matchy RGB, but the Razer Synapse software cannot keep you logged in. As far as my Googling can tell me, if you have a password on your computer it will not keep you logged in even if you tell it to remember your password. So your Razer RGB products will go random colours and your mouse will turn to a generic sensitivity until you log back in-- which gets annoying really quick.
If you don't have a password on your computer, you can probably avoid the major annoyance of this product. If you have a password on your computer, you will likely run into this problem and some people are just fine with it. There appears to be ways to fix this if you modify the driver files for it.
- comfortable for long sessions - good clicky feel - nice material texture - thumb rest is good - scroll wheel stops feel nice and defined
Battery life is definitely not as advertised. I am changing the batteries once every 1.5-2 weeks. I use it for work and gaming so roughly 10-11 hours a day in Hyperspeed Wireless mode. I don't turn off my mouse when the computer is shut down but the mouse has an auto power down due to inactivity feature.
The mouse disconnects randomly during use. This is not from inactivity but happens while I am working or gaming. I would have to turn off and turn back on the mouse to get it to work, which is very annoying.
Razer Support Chat is not very helpful. After spending a long time proving to them that I've done my due diligence and that it's not a user error, they then require it to be escalated to another team for me to go through that process again.
I had been using the Logitech G502 until the dreaded double click issue started happening. I liked the ergonomic design of the G502, and this Razer mouse looks nearly identical (which was a good thing) This mouse feels just as nice to grip, but feels much more responsive. Great replacement for my old G502.