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
(12 reviews)
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3 years ago
Have used the mouse for a few days and the first impression consists. High finish with superb feel. No lights blinking (adjusts the brightness). Cannon with a little bit of resistance in the buttons so you do not accidentally press accidentally. The rubber grip and the shape of the mouse fits medium-sized hands perfectly and provides superb control. All that draws a star is that you have to create an account to use the setting language.

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3 years ago
TLDR; + Grip surfaces + Mouse texture + The weight - Unpleasant buttons - The light is lit between the scroll wheel MB1 and MB2 - Login required for software use - The size of the mouse (length) Used this mouse in about 4 days, the first impression was that the mouse is of very high quality, rubber surfaces with a grip that I never encountered before, very nice texture in the plastic which additionally seems to be extra oil resistant and a comfortable weight. Here's a good end, after a few minutes of use, I feel that MB1 MB2 has a clean, uncomfortable feeling in its click but saw it as a problem that would go away with time when when I get used to the mouse, this is not the case, The keystrokes are still incredibly uncomfortable. The light around the wheel (not the intended LED) illuminates your eyes at the right angle. Get from a G502 that I decided to return to.

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