The Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition wireless optical gaming mouse is down to $34.99 on Amazon. That price is essentially 50% off what the Lancehead regularly sells for, since it bounces between $60 and $80 pretty regularly. The drop to $35 is a match for the lowest we have ever seen, and it has only gone this low once or twice in the past.
The deal is part of a larger sale on Amazon. It's a one-day only deal, so grab it while you can. You should also check out the rest of the PC gaming and storage essentials down to low prices. The sale includes brands like Razer (obviously), HyperX, Lexar, and more.
Uses a high precision 16,000 DPI optical sensor with on-the-fly adjustment through a dedicated button. Ambidextrous design. Customizable Razer Chroma RGB lighting that can sync with other Razer gear. Has 8 fully programmable buttons.
$70.00 $35 off
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The Lancehead has a 16,000 DPI optical sensor. With a dedicated DPI button that allows you to adjust the sensitivity on the fly, you can guarantee you're playing with the highest of precision. Bring it up or down as much as you want and get the sensor just right.
The lighting of the Razer logo and around the edges is powered by Razer's Chroma RGB tech. This gives you full control over the color spectrum so you can change those colors to anything you want. It even has preset profiles you can choose from. But the awesome thing about Chroma is the way you can use it to sync with other Razer products and even third party gear like Philips Hue smart bulbs.
There are eight programmable buttons on the mouse. You can reconfigure all of them, even the one dedicated to adjusting the DPI, and assign complex macros. Razer also has a ridged, rubberized scroll wheel that's very accurate. It uses small, tactile bumps to increase the grip and allow for more controlled scrolling.
Thanks to the ambidextrous design, the mouse can be used with either the left or right hand. There are programmable buttons on either side, too, so even if you're left handed you'll have full access to the mouse's capabilities. Yay lefties!
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