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Razer USA RZ02-00210600-R3M1

Razer USA RZ02-00210600-R3M1
alaScore 91

5683 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5683 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the reliability and build quality are on the whole positive. The size and usability also get good views, but there are some mixed reviews about the value for money.

design, usability, size, build quality, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Razer USA RZ02-00210600-R3M1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

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Razer Lachesis 5,600dpi Review


The Razer Lachesis gaming mouse originally launched in 2007, with a dramatically curved, ambidextrous design and a 4,000dpi sensor. Three years later, Razer has released a new Lachesis, which is not so much a sequel as a refinement of the original.

Only two side buttons are really accessible; not great for people with small hands

Only two side buttons are really accessible; not great for people with small hands

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Razer Goliathus League of Legends Collector's Edition


The Razer Goliathus League of Legends Collector's Edition mouse pad combines a well-made cloth-surfaced gaming mouse pad with an eye-catching design sure to delight fans of the game.

Well-made mouse pad with slick cloth surface. Anti-fray stitching for durability. Bundled with code for character skin

Short 180-day warranty. Licensed graphic won't have much appeal beyond League of Legends fans

The Razer Goliathus League of Legends Collector's Edition joins the newly released Razer Naga Hex in Razer's selection of licensed gaming gear. If you're a diehard League of Legends fan, you'll be sorely tempted to spring for Razer's new licensed...

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Razer Ironclad


The Razer Ironclad mouse pad's likeability will depend on your personal preference in gaming surfaces.

Large pad. Comes in protective case. Virtually indestructible. Immovable rubber bottom. Sleek design

Not as smooth a surface as advertised. Likeability depends on personal preference


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Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Laser Mouse 5600 DPI


If you're a PC gamer who has balked at a wireless mouse because of reliability concerns, Razer's Mamba has the solution. Thanks to a high polling rate, the Mamba is the first mouse we've tested with lossless wireless connectivity. It also joins...

Wired and wireless usage modes; high polling rate ensures seamless wireless connection, even at high resolutions; onboard memory lets you take your profiles and macros on the road.

Most expensive gaming mouse; no on-the-fly macro recording; clunky USB cable a hassle to plug into the mouse.

Even semicompetitive PC gamers can get away with a less expensive mouse, but for the most dedicated, the Razer Mamba provides unmatched precision whether it's connected directly to your PC or set free in wireless mode. If Razer fixed a few design and...

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Razer Diamondback


The Razer Diamondback mouse lets gamers move and shoot more quickly, thanks to a precise 1,600-dpi laser, which gives an advantage in online death matches. The corded mouse emits

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Razer Diamondback Precision Gaming Mouse


a soft blue metallic glow from its black, bug-like shell. Other "performance-enhancing" devices, such as the Saitek GM2 Action Pad, have more programmable buttons-but the Diamondback works like every other mouse, so there's no learning curve. Still,...

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Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Mouse Review


The Razer Mamba feels just right in your hand, like an extension of the natural curve when you rest your hand palm down on the table.  It's there, but it ...


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Razer Mamba (4G Dual Sensor) Wireless Gaming Mouse Review


The subject of our review today is the Mamba 4G, or Mamba 2012 as it is also known. This new edition of Razer's high end wireless gaming mouse has enhanced specifications which rival the best wired mice so let's find out what has changed and how it...

The new Mamba offers a good shape and excellent performance with the highlight being Razer's new 4G sensor which gives us a phenomenal level of precision and a great lift-off experience.


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Razer Ironclad


To some a mousepad is just a mousepad, to others (like me) the subtle differences between every pad make all of the difference. When trying to keep your gaming environment consistent when traveling or at LAN parties, that's where companies like Razer...

Forgive my pudding pie but I needed something to help soothe the pain of seeing the damaged Ironclad. Up until the damage I was prepared to put the Ironclad into full time use to replace my aging Destructor. After running into this issue I spent a...

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Budget gaming mouse


The Razer DeathAdder is a wired mouse that may appeal to budget-minded gamers. Though it's not as feature-packed as the Logitech G700, reviewers say the DeathAdder offers both precision and comfort at an affordable price. Available in both left- and...

Comfortable, high accuracy, sleek design, easily customizable

No wireless capability, unsuitable for claw-grip gaming, fewer buttons than most gaming mice

Product Specifications


Built-in Storage Capability: No
Charging Unit Included: No
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Scrolling Function: Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways
Scrolling Wheel: Yes
USB:USB 2.0 / Yes
USB Hub: No

General Features

Battery-free Mouse: No
Gaming Product:No / Yes
Graphic Tablet with Mouse:Not Applicable
Graphic Tablet with Pen:Not Applicable
Input Registration:Optical Laser / Optical LED
Notebook Mouse: No
Platform:PC / Mac
Type:PC Mouse
Type of Connection:Cable / Radio Transfer