Razer Mamba's Gear of War 5 edition gaming mouse has dropped to just $60

Razer Mamba Le
Razer Mamba Le

The Razer Mamba Gears of War 5 limited edition wireless gaming mouse is down to $59.99 on Amazon. This mouse usually sells for around $100 and sometimes as high as $130. It has never dropped below $95 before and definitely not as low as today's price. It's still going for that high price over at other retailers like Best Buy.

You are paying a bit of a premium for the Gears of War 5 aesthetic. It's pretty cool though and is probably worth it if you like it or are interested in collecting limited edition items. If not, the regular Razer Mamba is just $45.

Uses high-precision 16,000 DPI optical sensor with on-the-fly adjustments. Has Chroma RGB customizable lighting. Ergonomic design includes rubberized side grips. Has seven fully programmable buttons and 50 hours of battery life.

The Mamba uses a high-precision 16K DPI optical sensor. You can use the dedicated DPI buttons to adjust this on-the-fly since you might want a higher DPI for regular browsing versus a lower DPI for gaming. These buttons are definitely reprogrammable, too.

Chroma RGB is Razer's technology for creating multi-color lighting effects. Not only can you fully program the lighting, but you get full access to the color spectrum and more than 16 milllion color combinations. There are a few presets you can choose from, too. Plus, Razer Chroma can sync with other Razer gear or even some third party products like Philips Hue smart bulbs.

The design is ergonomic and designed for long-term gaming. It has rubberized side grips so you don't lose control of your mouse. These also help reduce fatigue over time. The ridged, rubberized scroll wheel gives you max accuracy as well. It has small bumps to increase grip and provide more controlled scrolling.

Like the DPI buttons, all the buttons on this mouse are reprogrammable. The seven buttons can all be reconfigured. Assign complex macro functions and more using Razer's free Synapse software. The battery also lasts up to 50 hours on a single charge.

John Levite
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