Razer Lancehead Wireless Software, Setup, Manual & Drivers. Lancehead features the Razers variant of the 5G Twin Eye 5G Laser Sensor and usually it’s enough to stop people reading but I can’t deny that this sensor really works really well. Razer claims it is the best laser sensor in the world and that might be it. It has a DPI range of up to 16,000 and IPS speed of 210, which when you take into account 50gs acceleration means that this mouse won’t be easily damaged with faster movements.
Razer Lancehead Wireless Software. The shape of the mouse is comfortable, although like most ambidextrous mice, the shape does not match the shape of your hand and also the one-handed mouse. However, the weight is balanced, the grip is comfortable, the buttons are easy to reach, and the scroll wheel has a satisfying click.
All the good wireless technology in the world is of no use if other mouse features are lacking. That’s not the problem here – Lancehead has all the high-end game specifications you would expect from an expensive Razer mouse. It has a laser sensor that is capable of producing 16,000 DPI which is truly ridiculous and completely unusable, and can track acceleration up to 50G and 210 inches per second. Like most modern gaming mice, it supports polling at 1000Hz.
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