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Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1

Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1
alaScore 94

10615 reviews

May, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10615 reviews of Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. People are impressed by the size and reliability. The design and price are also mentioned favorably.

usability, price, design, reliability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 600 user reviews of Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1 from The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Reviewers are impressed by the durability and size. The design and price are also mentioned favorably, but opinions are divided on the reliability.

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83% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Razer Deathadder Re-Spawn 3500DPI Gaming MouseRazer Naga MMO Epic Wireless Gaming MouseRazer BlackWidow 2014 Tournament Edition Essential Mechanical USB Keyboard

May, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4725 user reviews of Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1 from The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Comments about the durability and reliability are generally positive. The design and price also get good feedback.

usability, price, design, reliability, durability

84% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Razer Deathadder 3500 High Precision 3.5G Infrared Gaming MouseRazer Deathadder Infrared Gaming MouseRazer BlackWidow Mechanical PC Gaming Keyboard

May, 2015

Expert review by: Roshan DSilva (

The Razer Abyssus Reviewed


Gaming mice have always been a confusing decision for gamers to make. Some mice give you 200 million buttons to use, but you end up using some or none at all. What if you wanted a high performance gaming mouse with all the bells and whistles, but...

Final Verdict The Razer Abyssus is a brilliant gaming mouse with great customization options, fantastic specs and performance as well. As mentioned earlier, a user with big hands might have an issue with its size and the driver software not being...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by: Will Smith (

Razer Mamba


There's really nothing worse than an otherwise wonderful product with one fatal flaw that brings its whole score down. The Razer Mamba is a wonderful wireless gaming mouse, with an absolutely devastating power problem.

Fiddy USB connector, anemic battery, super-chunky USB cable

Fiddy USB connector, anemic battery, super-chunky USB cable

Aug, 2009

Expert review by: Will Smith (

Razer DeathAdder


We love the shape of this mouse—it's comfortable for even the longest session—and the DeathAdder just gets better from there. The sensor delivers pixel-perfect accuracy, and we love that the driver lets us adjust everything from X and Y sensitivity to...

Pixel-perfect sensor, uber-comfortable design, and sexy matte finish kick serious ass

No on-the-fly detents in for precision sensitivity adjustments

Our only complaint is that the DeathAdder offers too much granular control for quick in-game sensitivity adjustment. Instead of dedicated sensitivity switching buttons that toggle between two or three settings, you must bind one of the mouse’s five...

Aug, 2008

Expert review by: Brian Westover (

Razer Blade (2013)


The oh-so-portable 14-inch Razer Blade has got you covered when you want to take your gaming on the road, with an Intel Haswell processor and the latest Nvidia graphics.

Gaming on the go. Top performance thanks to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics. More than 6 hours of battery life

No Ethernet or optical drive

Razer, once known solely for its mice and keyboards, has earned a reputation of late as one of the few companies bringing real innovation to gaming PCs. The new Razer Blade (2013) is just another in a steady stream of gaming PCs, with a new 14-inch...

Jul, 2013

Expert review by: Brian Westover (

Razer Blade (2012)


In the world of gaming laptops, the new Razer Blade (2012) brings a few things to the table that you won't find anywhere else. Trackpad and display are wed in the innovative Switchblade interface, and the Blade offers unrivaled portability with a slim...

Unrivaled portability for a gaming laptop. Innovative Switchblade UI. Decent gaming performance. Intel Core i7-3632QM quad-core processor. Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M graphics processor. Hybrid drive provides speedy performance

Expensive, given the components. No optical drive. No traditional number pad. Small hard drive

Slim and sexy, the Razer Blade (2012) laptop offers lighter, more portable gaming, and the innovative Switchblade UI, but it will cost you, both in price and features.

Oct, 2012

Expert review by: Sherri L. Smith (

Razer Blade (2012)


The second-generation Razer Blade crams a new Core i7 CPU and high-powered Nvidia graphics into a slim chassis with a one-of-a-kind gaming touchpad.

Elegant and slim design; Extremely portable; Impressive overall performance; Secondary screen and Switchblade UI can help gamers

Expensive; Runs hot on bottom during gameplay; Not as fast as bulkier rigs

Click to EnlargeWe didn't think it could be done. But Razer has managed to create a highly portable 17.3-inch gaming notebook that delivers remarkable performance for its size. Getting the new quad-core Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GTX graphics in a sleek...

Sep, 2012

Expert review by: Sean Buckley (

Razer Blade (late 2012)


Razer has made a habit of catching us off guard -- breaking the mold as an accessory manufacturer by building laptops, prototype game handhelds and controller-toting tablets. Their Blade laptop cut through our expectations as well, featuring a...

Fast and powerful ; Excellent build quality ; Slim, beautiful design ; Good battery life (for a gaming laptop)

Audio is still lackluster (though it has improved) ; Switchblade UI has potential, but needs work

Razer's second-generation Blade is what we wanted the original to be: fast, powerful, and impossibly thin for a machine in this class. Unfortunately, it's still almost as expensive as ever.

Sep, 2012

Expert review by: Natalie Shoemaker (

Razer Mamba (2012)


The new version of the Razer Mamba mouse has the software and hardware to satisfy the needs of any FPS enthusiast.

Nine customizable buttons and functions. Supports up to five profiles, which can load automatically when programs launch. Works with Windows and Mac computers. Can be used with or without wire. Batteries are rechargeable. Attractive design

May lose tracking if you switch mousing surfaces. Long software load times. Designed only for right-handed users

Aug, 2011

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Razer Abyssus Mirror


The Razer Abyssus Mirror claims to get back to the basics, but goes back a bit too far while costing more than its competitors.

Speedy mouse with switchable DPI and polling rate. Slick design with illuminated logo. Large buttons support full index and middle finger navigation

Steep price for fewer features than its competitors. Glossy finish is prone to smudges

Aug, 2010

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Razer Mamba


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...

Jun, 2009

Product Specifications


Apple Lightning Connector: No
Built-in Storage Capability: No
Calculator Functionality: No
Charging Unit Included: No
Chip Card Reader: No
Flexible Keyboard: No
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Integrated Cursor Control:No / Not Applicable
Magnetic Card Reader: No
Numerical Block Included: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Remote Control: No
Scrolling Function: Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways
Scrolling Wheel: Yes
Separate Mouse Included:No / Yes
USB:USB 2.0 / Yes
USB Hub: No
Voice Control: No

General Features

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