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Razer Mamba Wireless (2018) Mouse Review

Rating: 9.0.

Earlier this year I reviewed the Razer Mamba Hyperflux, and at the time I said it was my favourite mouse of the year so far. It used magnetic induction to transmit power from the Firefly mousemat to the mouse itself, negating the need for a battery and thus keeping the weight down. Though I loved the technology and the mouse itself proved to be excellent, it had a fairly major drawback – the mouse and mousemat bundle would set you back a staggering £250.

So what happens when you take the Mamba Hyperflux mouse, ditch the fancy (and expensive) magnetic induction technology and add a standard rechargeable battery instead? Well, you pretty much end up with the Mamba Wireless (2018) that we are reviewing today, with a more affordable price point of £99.99.

That in a nutshell really sums up the Mamba Wireless Razer has released towards the end of 2018. Not to be confused with previous versions – also named just ‘Mamba Wireless' – that used laser sensors and came with a funky charging stand, this new model uses Razer's top of the line optical sensor with a slightly less in-your-face lighting configuration as well. At a penny under £100, it's still not cheap – but is it worth the cash?


  • Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor with true 16,000 DPI
  • Up to 450 inches per second (IPS) / 50 G acceleration
  • 1000 Hz Ultrapolling
  • Seven independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons
  • Razer™ Mechanical Mouse Switches with 50 million clicks life cycle
  • Gaming-grade tactile scroll wheel
  • Ergonomic right-handed design
  • Razer Chroma™ lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options
  • Hybrid On-Board Memory and Cloud Storage
  • Razer Synapse 3 enabled
  • Approximate size: 125.7 mm / 4.95 in (Length) X 70.0 mm / 2.75 in (Width) X 43.2 mm / 1.70 in (Height)
  • Approximate weight (excluding cable): 106 g / 0.213 lbs
  • Cable length: 2.1 m / 6.89 ft

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