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Razer Mamba and Firefly HyperFlux Review (wireless without a battery)

By reviews / 19. June 2018

Razer’s solution to the heavy battery problem in wireless mice is to charge the mouse through the pad. They’ve managed to keep the Mamba HyperFlux to 97g (by my scales). It’s a large mouse which feels a bit more comfortable and bigger than the DeathAdder, so that weight should be about right for many.

The only two real issues I could find were the price and the size of the pad. But if you use a bit higher sensitivity (the cloth side of the pad has a lot of control) and you have the money, then this is an awesome product to own.

Unfortunately I have to send this copy back, so I won’t be able to do further testing if needed, but I spent a lot of time with it and had some great games with it.

Awesome product, but obviously not for everyone.

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