Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition review
Not quite the perfect gaming mouse, but not far off the mark. The Lancehead still represents a solid investment in any pro gamer's language.
- That 16,000 DPI delivers sweet headshot results
- Comfortable ambidextrous form-factor
- Sexy chroma light show options
- As advertised: hyper-responsive buttons
Could be better
- Thumb button positioning not ideal
- Not a huge advancement over the Deathadder Elite
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Going off its name alone, the Razer Lancehead sounds like it specialises in the very extreme treatment of acne – but do not be fooled by this interpretation. The only pinpoint destruction this product deals in is the wholesale popping of enemy heads, not zits. Not a huge difference in end results, really. It'll still make you the bane of many a teenager – an unstoppable shredder of millennial self-confidence.
- Nine programmable buttons
- Up to 16,000 DPI
- Fast actuation ensures responsive clicks
- Excellent sensor accuracy makes movement smooth and reliable
- RGB lighting on the scroll wheel and flank light strips
- Four on-board profiles you can switch between on-the-fly
Pricing and availability
The Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition retails for $139.95.
Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition
Equipped with an esports-grade optical sensor that has true 16,000 DPI and true tracking at 450 Inches Per Second, the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition gives you the absolute advantage of having the fastest sensor in the world.