Razer unleashes the Razer Mamba Elite gaming mouse; the company’s latest addition to their Mamba line and the successor of the Mamba Tournament Edition. The new Razer Mamba Elite offers improved accuracy and durability, while maintaining the comfort; and of course let’s not forget (more) RGB and lighting customization thanks to Razer Chroma. Check out more of the Mamba Elite’s features, specs and price below.
Razer Mamba Elite Gaming Mouse Unleashed
The new Razer Mamba Elite gaming mouse is built with the company’s 5G Advanced Optical Sensor with up to (true) 16,000 DPI. This is also the same sensor used in the DeathAdder Elite, which is quite a popular mouse. It has a 1000 Hz Ultrapolling rate and up to 450 IPS / 50 G acceleration. It also features Razer Mechanical mouse switches that are co-developed with Omron. These mechanical mouse switches are built to last and offers an extended durability of up to 50 million clicks.
The Razer Mamba Elite has 9 independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons and advanced ergonomics with improved side grips. The scroll wheel is tactile “gaming-grade” and there’s also an extended Razer Chroma lighting zones giving you that really nice RGB color lighting effect. Razer Synapse 3 is also enabled and (almost forgot) the Mamba Elite has hybrid on-board memory and cloud storage for storing user’s mouse profiles and settings.
It measures 125mm in length, 70mm in width and 43.3mm in height; meanwhile its cable is around 2.1 meters long. It weighs around 96 grams and finally it’s a mouse for right-handed users, although it may look like an ambidextrous mouse.
Price and Where to Buy
The Razer Mamba Elite gaming mouse is now available and comes with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $89.99 USD or € 99.99 EUR. You can order one now on Razer.com here.