Razer’s new mouse tries to prove wireless peripherals don’t have to suck for gaming


Choosing the best mouse for competitive gaming largely comes down to preference and just a few key specs, but there’s one consistent piece of advise you’ll hear from gamers: don’t buy a wireless mouse. At least, that was the thinking until relatively recently. Now Razer wants to prove wireless peripherals can operate on a professional level with its new $140 Lancehead mouse. See, though wireless mice are fine for everyday computing, they are notoriously unreliable for the lightning-fast movements of high-end competitive gaming – especially if you live somewhere with a lot of wireless interference. Razer’s taken a crack at wireless mice before…

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