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post #71 of 125
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post


I hope it's something people can change their desired settings and uninstall and have the mouse retain everything - and not one of those 'oh you can exit synapse or put it in offline mode - but if you uninstall it then the mouse forgets everything'

 

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 And if you’re going to use a computer without internet or Razer Synapse Pro installed, save up to 4 profiles to have on hand via the devices’ on-board storage.
post #72 of 125
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It's a miracle! Honestly not sure why they thought it was a good idea in the first place to have a mouse locked to synapse. I'm guessing the change means enough people complained or sales were worse than expected (or reviews at least) either way good news for buyers.
post #73 of 125
Wow. I'm so surprised they came out with this - will definitely pick this one up. I had wanted to like their latest generation Diamondbacks, but I just couldn't get over their z-axis issue. So I'm definitely happy about this.

I know Razer quality/reliability is less than stellar, but they just have the best shapes, IMO. Hated the slanted sides on the G Pro, G900 is way too bulky, G502 way too heavy, G303 too weird, the Zowie's having stiff clicks. I love the shape of the Deathadder, I loved the shape of the Taipan, the Diamondback, etc. I've just come to grips that I'll have to buy a new Razer mouse every two years or so, which sucks, but I'll just have to put up with it.
Edited by fuzzybass - 4/27/17 at 10:34pm
post #74 of 125
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Originally Posted by fuzzybass View Post

G403 way too heavy
wut? confused.gif
post #75 of 125
I wonder if they will add this synapse update to the deathadder elite as well?
post #76 of 125
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Razer Synapse Pro is currently in BETA and is supported only with the Razer Lancehead and Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition
post #77 of 125
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Originally Posted by AloneInTheDuck View Post

Wired have so much weight. 104g frown.gif
DeathAdder Elite: Approximate weight: 105 g / 0.23 lbs
The DA:E weights 99 g - so this one should weight about the same. But yeah, it's still not a leightweight mouse...
post #78 of 125
this looks pretty cool, release date?
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post #79 of 125
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Originally Posted by Jbravo33 View Post

this looks pretty cool, release date?

The Tournament Edition is already in stock on Razer store
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Originally Posted by andymilky View Post

The Tournament Edition is already in stock on Razer store
Sorry wireless should have specified
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