Razer’s Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse aims to outperform other wireless mice

Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse Razer
Razer has just introduced the Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse, its newest product in its line of competitive gaming accessories. The Lancehead features a new wireless technology called Adaptive Frequency which gives tournament-grade wireless gaming performance. The advanced AFT wireless technology perfectly syncs data between the mouse and user’s system. To ensure industry leading transmission stability, it adaptively hops to the strongest interference-free frequencies on the 2.4 GHz band when necessary. This results in lag-free data transmission between mouse and PC to outperform other wireless mice in the market.

The Lancehead will also be the first Razer device to run on the upcoming Razer Synapse Pro (Beta) unified configurator. It also features the next generation of hybrid onboard and cloud memory to save all of your settings directly to the mouse. Owners of the Razer Lancehead will gain exclusive access to the program. This is so that players can access their profile and keep the same settings during its last session on any computer. And that’s even when you’re unable to connect to the internet. This will make it one of the easiest mice on the market to travel with and keep your personal settings.

Faster Response Times

To complement its intangible components, the Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse is co-designed and manufactured with Omron Mechanical Mouse switches that give up to 50 million clicks. They’re optimized to deliver one of the fastest response times when it comes to click-latency and gaming. The Lancehead has a true 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor, two DPI buttons for sensitivity, Razor Chroma lighting 16.8 million customizable colors, and nine independently programmable hyperresponsive buttons all enclosed within an ambidextrous design with rubber gripped sides.

Razer is also releasing a wired tournament edition of the Lancehead. It has identical components compared to its wireless counterpart. The exception is that the tracking speed accelerates up to 450 inches per second. (This is compared to the 210 per second in the wireless version.) The standard Lancehead battery will last approximately 24 hours depending on its settings and usage. The Tournament edition will feature a standard 7ft braided fiber cable to accommodate almost every setup with comfort.

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