Great Mouse overall
Have been using this mouse for the past 6 month. I really liked the mouse especially in wireless mode felt light it was great didn't lag really. But there's 1~2 times that it lags and it interrupts my gaming which is really annoying other than that I would definitely reccomend it the style is great easy to use.
I have had this mouse for almost 2 years now, and I still am in love with the thing. This is definitely a desktop mouse, based upon the fact that you have to either plug it, or it's receiver, into a long cord; however, it's wireless is very good, and can last a long time, and it also turns into a great wired mouse.
My mouse has started to show some wear and tear after having it for so long, but it still operates perfectly and has an amazing response time for gaming.
I would highly recommend this, and many other razer products to gamers looking for reliable and sexy products, though they do come with a kinda hefty price tag.
I got it yesterday and the buttons doesn't work. The quality is very bad and its yous't bad. And its so hard to press down the buttons, way to hard.
Excellent Product However...
Alright, first off: It SAYS Wireless but you will have this long cable called the "dock" coming out of your usb port. Check youtube vids to see what I mean. Product is probably only good for desktop replacements seeing as how if you move, the long 2 feet cable will be following you everywhere. I would shorten it but it just feels like it's going to yank out the usb port if I'm swinging it around when moving my laptop. That's just me being paranoid about my $130 purchase though, both the dock and mouse is top-notch in terms of build quality in my opinion.
It WILL last you the entire day of continuous gaming/surfing but after you NEED to charge it. Because after ~16 hours it's gone. Then you will be required to either wait 2 hrs for the charge or you can take the charging cable off of the dock and put it into your Mamba. I go with the 2nd choice of course, who wants to wait 2 hrs? That is wasted grinding time lol. For those who aren't gamers, grinding just means leveling.
One thing I can't complain about is the design. Top-notch. I love this mouse. It glows a blue LED WHENEVER in use, it will never turn off unless you stop using it for like a minute (which is when it goes into automatic sleep mode, you want this). Unlike the Microsoft Explorer Mouse which advertises that it glows but it only glows at start-up -.- Besides the lighting, the thing just looks like it really is an expensive mouse, it has a matte finish on top, which contrasts nicely with the glossy finish on the sides. I find myself just looking at it at a 360-view from time to time; it's as if the thing is actually going to bite me (i.e. the design I believe is mirrored off the black mamba, a snake).
There are A LOT of different DPI settings to make you comfortable. On top of that, there's this button that can switch between say your gaming DPI or everyday use.
As for the cons, I really don't like the price. The only reason I got it off Gamestop is because someone gave me a $100 gift card, otherwise I would have bought it off Amazon, Newegg, or the official site. At least I would have some warranty. The bottom of the sides get dirty really easily and I hate how it takes about a minute just to connect to the dock (after 6 months that is, I've had this for about 8 months now I believe?).
But overall, I really like this mouse. It's has one of the best designs out there and that's why I got it. Obviously, if you just want a mouse and you're not looking for design, show-off potential, or extreme fps gaming then this mouse is not for you. I would recommend a wireless Logitech instead, where the usb port is like .5 inches wide. If you don't care if it's wireless, the Alienware TactX is good as well, with changeable lighting? Who wouldn't want that? That's my main desktop mouse and I don't plan to change it (mostly because I can't afford another Razer Mamba...).
P.S. I just wanted to point out I'm not some guy from the company trying to boost up the product. I'm a real person from OC in California. I'm not a Razer fanboy at all and this is my first product from them. Judging from my experience, however, I wouldn't mind buying from then again.