Wireless mouse peripherals are great for gaming – they let you navigate around a game without a mess of cables getting in the way. Problem is, those wireless signals tend to suffer due to high interference during tournament play, making your favorite wireless gaming mouse more of a liability than an asset. That’s the problem the Razer Lancehead seeks to address.
Billed as the “most reliable tournament-grade wireless gaming mouse,” the peripheral uses Razer’s propriety wireless connectivity technology, which finds and uses the strongest interference-free frequencies, all while automatically hopping to a different frequency whenever it detects any trace of interference. This allows it to maintain a consistent link to the PC, ensuring you’ll never get bogged down by latency or connectivity issues.
The Razer Lancehead also boasts a 5G laser sensor, which offers true 16,000 DPI and 210 inches-per-second tracking, making it possibly the most precise in the market. It pairs that laser sensor with mechanical mouse switches and a high-quality tactile scroll wheel, as well as dedicated buttons for adjusting sensitivity on the fly, so you can lower or increase as your needs dictate in the game. It even comes with nine independently-programmable hyper-response buttons for various in-game functions, along with rubber grips on both sides for ambidextrous use.
Other features include Razer Chroma lighting (16.8 million color options), 1000Hz ultrapolling, and a seven foot long charging cable. It has a battery rated at 24 hours of gameplay (with the lights on) in a single charge.
Slated for availability in June, the Razer Lancehead is priced at $139.99.