Razer Basilisk

Razer Basilisk

  • Connection: Wired
  • Features: Ergonomic design, Suitable for gaming, RGB LED lighting (multicolured), LED lighting (single coloured)
  • Number of buttons: 8
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3.4 / 5
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16/07/2020
Best all-around mouse since the MX500.

Google

05/04/2020
Edited 14/06/2020
Pretty nice gaming mouse. The mouse feels quite small and therefore suitable for claw and fingertip grip. If you have medium hands or larger and use palm grip, I would have recommended Mamba or Deathadder instead. However, building quality does not feel great and it weighs a lot.

Google

11/11/2017
Edited 01/04/2020
Update 2 years later: I also have problems with the left mouse button. 2 years held it. Certainly "heavy" use, but it is too fast. Spent a few days now, and it's a very good mouse. I only discovered after I bought it that it has an adjustable scroll wheel, so it was nice. You can turn a gadget on the bottom to make the scroll wheel click like normal scroll wheels, or you can make it "soft" like some Logitech mice have. However, it is not so heavy that you can "bounce" on it and make it roll for a while. Nice feature iaf. The LEDs are the right standard now. Put mine on "cycling", so they change color a bit slowly. Looks nice, and doesn't bother. It has an innovative new button called something special I already forgot. One that sits right in front of the thumb (see pictures), which also comes with a replaceable lever of different lengths. The longest lever was a little too long for me, but the intermediate variant fit perfectly. Also has many, programmable, buttons! Definitely the best feature for me as I like to have a lot of shortcuts there. You have: The lever, 2 side buttons and 2 buttons behind the scroll wheel to program the best you want. Even the center button if you want. For me it will be 5 buttons iaf. The fit is comfortable. It is normal sized and no monster such as Steelseries Rival 300, which I had before (was too big). Like the little rubber flare on which the thumb can rest. In games, it performs well. I have a hard time feeling the difference in mice in games, so feel free to check out a more professional review for this particular area. One problem * I * have with many modern mice is that M1 and M2 are pressed too easily, so you rest your hand, for example. M2 is pressed. This mouse was the best at all of the Razer, Logitech and Corsair mice I tested, which was about 10 in the same price range. The software is a bit bloaty and a bit booky, but it doesn't bother me. You are in there so rarely anyway. You had to register for an account. reach the settings lol.

Google

24/07/2018
Edited 05/03/2020
I don't understand why people complain so much about the light bleeding, it doesn't and everything is very comfortable with it. The only problem I have had is the software but it was easy to fix. Update: have had the mouse for over two years now and the left mouse button cannot be used. Got to screw up the mouse and fix it to make it usable. But it still does not feel the slightest button press which is very boring. I have been very happy with the mouse so far. Will probably not buy more Razer products and I would only recommend them to anyone who has the budget to buy new accessories every two years. Update on update: Got to release the mouse button and solder a new one. Works perfectly now! Should not happen a mouse for 800 should last for 5 years, at least.

Google

11/03/2019
Good and bad mouse ,, nothing to complain about

Google

29/11/2018
Really good mouse. Beautiful in your hand as well. Good buttons that are in the right place (for me iaf). But instead of the button that controls the speed when pressed, I would like to have a regular button. Or at least so you can change what it does when pushing. Because I miss exactly a button to the page. If you buy this mouse then buy a Razer keyboard. They get together when you have set the settings in the program.

Google

12/11/2018
I have tried a lot of mice ex G302, Rival 700, Pulsefire Surge and Deathadder Chroma. This mouse is the best I've used to date. Have only had it for a week but it's super good. It's very handsome, good click on the buttons, you can change the resistance of the scroll, it does not matter too much and works for the next game and Razer software is also easy to use where you can change settings on the mouse ex DPI and RGB lighting .

Google

30/10/2018
Now I have used this mouse since last summer and have to say I am very satisfied. It replaced my old Logitech G5, who I purchased sometime in the mid-00th century. It is well in the hand, has an ok weight and slides easily with a good response time. I like the software that is easy to use and easy to use. It simply has good characteristics. What makes the grade worse than is the "quality feeling" that I thought was higher at my old G5.

Google

21/10/2018
The mouse itself feels good BUT the software MUST be on all the time if your settings are to be active. Therefore, it is NOT saved in the mouse so Razer's bloatware must be running all the time. Did not even test the mouse in play was a return right because of it.

Google

12/06/2018
Tested this mouse and a Razer deathadder on Inet and personally I think about this mouse more. It is about as good to keep in mind as the death ladder, but the buttons and scroll wheel are so much more beautiful on this mouse. Honestly, it seems that the death knight's buttons are a bad copy. They are easy to access by mistake and they feel very "mushy". I think this mouse is much better than the death advent but I would recommend going down to eg Inet and try which one feels best.

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