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Can't believe I have to create a Razer account just to configure a button. Seriously? How much personal data is this company collecting? And before you tell me it's in the cloud so you don't have to configure the mouse every time, who the hell uses 60 computers with one freaking mouse? Make it an option for those guys. I have one computer I use this on. A small config file on it is all I should need.
At least Logitech lets you do it offline.
This was my first and will be my last Razer product.
The amount of accounts you someone needs for a product or service is too damn high!
While the mouse looks and feels good, I'm very disappointed in Razer. They promote how amazing their "Hyperspeed Connection" is but it's god awful. For the last year, I've been using this cheap $20 wireless mouse from some Chinese company for work and I've never had a connection with it. You'd imagine this $80 mouse with their "Hyperspeed Connection" to be even better right? Well, wrong. I consistently have issues with the mouse freezing on me and/or disconnecting whether I'm on Hyperspeed or Bluetooth mode.
The battery life isn't horrible but it isn't amazing either. I really wish they would have gone with a USB charger instead of batteries but in the end, it's not a huge deal. I had to replace the battery once in about a month of fairly heavy usage which I can't complain about.
Now, the main issue is that the right-click button keeps glitching out and makes it nearly impossible to use it in an FPS game like Call of Duty.
I've reached out to Razer last week regarding this and I've yet to get an answer from them. Even if they're willing to replace this one, I definitely do not plan on purchasing any of their wireless products again.
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.
UPDATE: I really like this instead https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B074KL48WC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 More expensive but there's no wakeup latency. Makes so much difference for work.
When I hold down the left mouse button, it randomly disengages, and sometimes when I release a click it double clicks. I sprayed some automotive sensor clean in it, and that helped for maybe a month, but now it's back again. All these random clicks are making it borderline unusable and screwing up my work. For $80, this is quite a rip off.
Also even when it's working right, it takes a full second to reengage after you've left it idle, even for just a few moments while gaming. This is frustrating.
Great mouse....at the beginning... fast...light...relatively ergonomic as I have a large hand. The problem is, after 2 weeks of use it was constantly disconnecting and reconnecting. This disconnect/reconnect happened very fast but as an FPS gamer this was not ideal. Even if it was the battery there was no indication and I game maybe 2 hours a day. It has been returned by through Amazons superb return policy and I will continue to research and look for a good affordable wireless mouse.
It seems to be a common issue where you click or right click and drag, the mouse lets go of the button even when you are physically holding the button down. This started about 6 months after buying it and happened occasionally. Slowly getting worse (happening more frequently). Now trying to RMA.
UPDATE: In process of RMA. They make it annoyingly difficult. This is a well known issue with this brand and is posted online everywhere. Double clicking + letting go should be razer tag line. But they want me to email them a video of it's happening. Then ship the mouse to California and wait for them to "inspect" and ship a new one. Whole process can take a few weeks while you have no mouse to use. NEVER AGAIN this brand.
When you attempt to use the 2.4 usb connected, the connection is smooth for like 40 seconds until it starts to disconnect for no apparent reason. This has happened to me multiple times, I primarily play League of Legends, and I can safely say this mouse is responsible for me losing team fights, resulting in a loss. You also need to keep the usb about 10 mms away from the mouse, otherwise its impossible to connect. When you use the bluetooth connection, it never disconnects, but it is far from smooth. It's very laggy, playing first person games makes it near impossible to hit your targets at long range. I have a wireless mouse from 2011 that has much better connection than this, not to mention at a far greater distance. I would definitely not recommend this useless hardware for anyone, if you want to game do not go for a wireless mouse, or at least not a razer one.
Mouse broke after 3 months do not buy razer i bought it directly from amazon i contacted warranty department from razer and was told my mouse is under the 1 year warranty but amazon is a unauthorized seller and my product could be counterfit. im all out of luck even tho my product ia under warranty with matching serials? what a shady company. Do not buy razer buy logitech trust me.
On the first day upon receiving the mouse, the mouse wheel was already defective, I thought it was because of the scroll resistance, but at any resistance at a certain point it doesn't track up and down, apart for the disappointing quality control the mouse is truly great if it worked well. everything else would be a 5 star rating, but because of the defect 3/5.
Update: This is my 4-5th razer mouse, all of the had failed switches after a year or so and half of them the scroll click stopped working (like this mouse I'm reviewing) and the razer support system is a complete joke, while asking for a replacement they stopped messaging (each reply took around a week to reply) If you're buying this mouse, because you see the 2 year warranty, don't waste your time and look else where. The quality over the years hasn't changed.
Update: after 7-8 months the mouse wheel click stopped working.
I'm very disappointed with my Razer Basilisk X, I had high expectations after reading good reviews. However for myself, I have had constant connectivity and input lag with this mouse to the point that I had to revert to using my old wired mouse since my Basilisk X would have the habit of disconnecting at any moment--I have tried multiple fixes such as un-pair and re-pair on Bluetooth, or having to turn the mouse on and off every time it disconnected. Razer really dropped the ball with this one, I do not recommend.