Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed Wireless Ergonomic Gaming Mouse $68.77 Delivered @ AZ eShop via Amazon AU

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Wireless technology brings together extreme low-latency and interference reduction for true wireless freedom
Supports Bluetooth for efficient power consumption and HyperSpeed Wireless for lag-free gaming
Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse 3
Lasts 450 hours on Bluetooth, 285 hours on HyperSpeed Wireless
Gaming-grade tactile scroll wheel
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  • Is my first wireless mouse and it's great. Got some eneloops so batteries aren't a problem. I just leave it on and it falls asleep after a few minutes. Lasts a month or two before needing replacement.

    Having a mouse without wires is great.

    • what advantages are you seeing over a wired mouse? aside of nicer looking desk of course.

      personally i considered getting a wireless setup but just seemed like a hassle as i'd have to charge it eventually, I decided that keyboard and mouse could stay wired and i'd have to face the wires but a wireless headset made sense as I could get up and move around with it still on, but the price for wireless headsets were too much and I went with wired lol

      • Clearly you arenโ€™t the target market!

      • For me mainly just that. Cable management.
        Batteries in my keyboard last about 1 year. In the mouse about 3 months. Inperceivable input lag if the dongle is close too.

      • For me the biggest advantage is that while gaming there is no accidental movement /pull based on the cable, and I can take it with me easily.

      • I used to think wireless mice had a lag to compensate for but the difference is imperceptible with these new gaming mice.
        I already have a wireless headset and the wireless mouse completed it. Keyboard can stay wired as it barely moves.

        Certainly makes life easier not having to deal with things hanging around. Especially better when you forget and tug half of your head off when walking away.

      • Flexibility for use, hook it up to a living room pc and use it from the couch, wires not getting hooked, caught or rubbing on things when you play FPS games (this one is the big one for me), etc.

  • I thought this was a helmet ;)

  • I got this last year and I've experienced really poor battery life. Battery life is like 1.5 months unless my mouse was faulty.

  • pls ultimate sale ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

    • Apples vs pears.

      You can't use a Logitech MX Master 3 mouse for gaming.

    • Competitive fps gaming? This.

      Casual gaming, coding, spreadsheet stuff, browse the Web? Logitech MX Master 3

      • I wouldn't even recommend the MX master for casual gaming (unless you're playing like… Cuphead or something). Ive been using two nice daily for years, an MX master and a Logitech g403. One for gaming and one for everything else.

        Master just feels strange for gaming. Maybe there's some strange acceleration or something I don't know, but it doesn't feel right.

        • Hmm, you might be right. I honestly never tried MX master before but I have Logitech M720 and just based my experience from that haha. at least the M720 was fine for me for gaming rpg, offline FPS , and even casual FPS like overwatch on non-competitive mode though

    • Not eough buttons! why can't they have more buttons?

  • Cheap G502 copy lol

  • Had this mouse for a while, the wireless is good, however i had a few issues that pissed me off a ton,

    Firstly, after a bit the mouse wouldn't move or respond unless i pulled the batteries out and put them back in, which happened a ton, even though the batteries were brand new and i tried it with a ton of batteries and same problem,

    Secondly at the end before i stopped using the mouse, i got the double-click issue, after i got that, i went and got a mouse with REPLACEABLE mouse switches, (asus strix rog carry), i HIGHLY recommend buying any mouse with replaceable switches!

    Not to mention the mouse does not feel premium, it feels like cheap plastic, and is WAY too light for my tastes, does not compare at all to the G502 imo.

    Save your money, save yourself from having to buy new mouses in the future, just buy one with replaceable switches, trust me, that's the number one problem you'll have with mouses, double clicking.

    Oh, and the battery life is terrible, nowhere near the rated life by razer, i mean seriously my asus rog strix uses two AA batteries, and i've only replaced them once, that was after a month or two of use.

    GET THE ROG STRIX (unless you care about mouses being light and don't like heavy mouses / have big hands / don't like small mouses)

    Also the strix is not meant for full-on gaming, despite what asus says… the top cover uses one magnet to attach to the body of the mouse and if you click a ton, great example being pvp games you'll push the cover forward and it'll come loose, so unless you click very lightly you'll be in a bit of trouble, my fix was switching out the switches to the lighter ones,

    Otherwise perfect for casual gaming, is wireless, replaceable switches, comfortable to use, nice and heavy.

    Your welcome for my mini review.

  • The hell… That's straight up copying the G502 for looks, not even trying to hide it

    • It's a hand shaped device with a couple of buttons and a wheel……. what do you expect?

    • I actually thought it was for the G502 when quickly looking at the thumbnail before reading the title xD

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  • Bought one thanks

  • I'm gonna get heat for this…

    Love this mouse - had it for 1 year and buying a second for work/backup. Battery life has been fine for me - been through a 5 or 6 alkalines in the year, with maybe 20% use on the battery hungry BT.

    Yes it is a rip off of the G502, but I actually prefer the lightness of it - especially in fps (flick shots).

    Haven't experienced the double click issue.

    I get the drop out issue maybe once every 2 weeks. Flip it over, switching it to the opposite mode (BT/Wifi) and switching in back takes all of 5 seconds and fixes it. Never actually drops out in use - just 'when asleep'.

    YMMV however this is my preferred mouse now - for ME this was a 100% upgrade from my old G502 WIRED. Wire drove me nuts and lightweight.

    • Thanks for the feedback. I've got a G502 wired which I love, but I don't love the cable. I actually like a heavier mouse and added the weights on mine. However, I was wondering if it feels very similar in hand like the G502? Because I felt like the G502 felt better in my hand than any mouse I've used.

      • the shape is basically identical, so it does feel almost exactly the same - but I will add a huge +++ for me was for some reason the slight difference in shape has eliminated the pinky drag I used to get on the 502.

        The lightweight MAY throw you though, I pick up my G502 now (minimum weights) and it feels like a rock. Took me a week or so to get used to - I've never had a light mouse before - but my preference is definitely swayed now with the Basilisk