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Razer Lachesis 4000 dpi Laser Gaming Mouse (Banshee Blue) Reviews

Positive Reviews

thefonz686

Epic, tough, comfy.

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Pros: tough, comfy for hubrid grips and palm rested style, great for full on fps gaming and micro intensive moba's.

Cons: tricky/buggy software.

I have had my lachesis for 3 years now and it is only just now showing signs of wear. I have never had a mouse of any kind last this long (it has outlasted 3 pc's and one laptop). I really enjoy the precision of the left and right mouse click (super low travel and medium light pressure). I always leave the DPI maxed as that is what i am used to for my moba's and fps games. In game like WoW i tended to shift the dpi down. In my honest opinion i may end up trying out new mice soon. But i always recommend razer mice to friends. I have the 5600 dpi laser, 3.5 g sensor model.

Negative Reviews

Vikhr

A mouse that I cannot recommend to anyone

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Pros: It's light, it has a cool name, it looks cool?

Cons: Shape is uncomfortable, sensor is terrible, buttons feel terrible

I will be using a review template similar to that of the one in Derp's review of the SS Sensei: http://www.overclock.net/t/1165120/steelseries-sensei-review I realize this mouse is fairly outdated but I just felt like writing a review for it, I'll be mainly comparing it to the mouse I was using before this one: the G5. I've since gone through a G500, a DA, and a WMO. I apologize if this review was hard to read, I was quite tired. Sensor Quality: Let's get right down to nitty-gritty of this mouse: the sensor. Now when I bought the Lachesis it was to replace my worn out G5, I didn't know anything about sensor quality. I had no idea what jitter or prediction was, I didn't even know much...
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More Reviews

Robitussin

Razer... but I don't hate it

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Pros: Cool design, simple DPI switching

Cons: sensor not for everyone

I know the Razer hate is potent on here but I must say I have been using this mouse for well over 6 years with out any problems. I beat the crap outta my mice and this had withstood the test of time. I haven't even changed the mouse feet on it. It works on most every surface reasonably well although I recently got a hard mousepad and it has been the best surface yet for it. I personally don't have any issues with the sensor. I do not lift my mouse while gaming for any reason, and I think one of the biggest concerns is the LoD, so that's a non-issue here. I have hear horror stories about the Razer customer support, ect. But I haven't to deal with any of it since like I said this thing...
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