Thursday, April 27, 2017

Razer’s new mouse tries to prove wireless peripherals don’t have to suck for gaming

Choosing the best mouse for competitive gaming largely comes down to preference and just a few key specs, but there’s one consistent piece of advise you’ll hear from gamers: don’t buy a wireless mouse. At least, that was the thinking until relatively recently. Now Razer wants to prove wireless peripherals can operate on a professional level with its new $140 Lancehead mouse. See, though wireless mice are fine for everyday computing, they are notoriously unreliable for the lightning-fast movements of high-end competitive gaming – especially if you live somewhere with a lot of wireless interference. Razer’s taken a crack at wireless mice before…

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