We're yet to review a single mouse for this year, but now it's finally about to change as we take a look at something Razer sent us. The Spectre sits in the same range of StarCraft II products as the Banshee headset we reviewed earlier. Inside the themed exterior should be a gaming mouse of the latest generation, so let's see what the Spectre is all about and if it can challenge our previous favorite mice.
Package & Specs
- Lightweight, Fingertip-Grip 5 Button Mouse
- 5600 DPI Laser Sensor
- Ultrapolling (1000Hz Polling / 1ms Response)
- APM-Lighting System
- Button Force Adjustment
- Always-On Mode
- Ultra-large Non-slip Buttons
- 16-bit Ultra-wide Data Path
- 200 Inches per Second and 50g of Acceleration
- Zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet
- Gold-plated USB Connector
- Braided 7 Foot USB Cable
- Dimensions: 100mm(L) * 66mm(W) * 37mm(H)
The Spectre arrived to our tests packed in an oddly shaped box similar to the Banshees'. The mouse is shown behind a plastic bubble and one can also get a good idea of the shape through the plastic. On the backside are some technical specifications and information about the key features.
Razer has loaded the Spectre with the latest 5600 DPI sensor and it's also capable of 1000 Hz polling rate. Other features include a small and light design with large buttons, very slippery and silent mouse feet and a braided two meter cable.
Inside the box there's the mouse, two Razer stickers and quick installation guide. No driver-CD as Razer recommends you download the latest version directly from their website.
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