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Razer Mamba Tournament Edition prices in Philippines

The mouse is the most important extension of a gamer when he is seated at his battle-station. Which is why the Razer Mamba Tournament Edition gaming mouse brings a lot to the table to ensure that there will be almost no errors when it comes to winning the competition. With one of the world’s highest DPI mouse sensors and quite possibly the best lighting system ever seen in a gaming mouse, the Razer Mamba Tournament Edition is for the winners. Read more below!

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Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Philippines

Tournament Ready Gaming Mouse

The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition gaming mouse is a variant of the original Razer Mamba wireless gaming mouse. The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition differs in three different features: It is now wired instead of wireless, it has a lighting zone in the Razer logo, and it also cuts out the adjustable click force feature found on the wireless Mamba. The extra lighting may make the Mamba Tournament Edition a little bit prettier, but the great feature here is in the wire.

Gamers tend to prefer wired gaming mice over wireless ones because of possibly low latency when it comes to transferring data from the mouse to the computer. A wired mouse eliminates this entirely by offering up to 1000hz in polling rate for ultimate response times.

Superior Ergonomics for Superior Comfort

The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition has been designed to facilitate for the most natural in hand positions on a gaming mouse. The mouse starts and ends with a gentle curve on its body, fitting naturally into the palm of our hands. The buttons are also designed with subtle accents to guide our fingers to sit naturally on both left and right clicks. The sides also have rubber grips to make it easier for gamers to lift the mouse in intense tournaments and training sessions.

Chroma Powered – Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Philippines

Like almost every single Razer product these days, the Razer Mamba Tournament Edition brings to the masses the power of Razer’s RGB lighting solution, Razer Chroma. The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition blazes to life when you plug it in, with over 16.8 million possible colours flowing through the sides of the gaming mouse, the mouse wheel, and the iconic Razer triple-headed snake logo.

Razer Chroma enables users and gamers to add a level of personalization to their gaming peripherals, letting the devices light up with their favourite shade of colour. Razer Chroma also has built-in lighting integration with several different video games; lights on the Mamba and other Razer Chroma peripherals will react alongside in-game actions.

Expert Reviews

lazygamer.net
Reviewed on 2016-06-22
When it comes to choosing a mouse for my daily PC gaming, I've been picky over the years. I settled on the underrated Microsoft Sidewinder series for a while before making the jump to Razer, forgoing the company's tried and tested Deathadder and skipping...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-25
Captain Obvious: Flimsy scroll wheel.Flimsy scroll wheel
Captain America: Sweet design; excellent sensor; better value than the Mamba Wireless. (-) Captain Obvious: Flimsy scroll wheel.The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition (TE) is the wired variant of Razer's flagship Mamba Wireless gaming mouse. It makes a fe...
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mousearea.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-16
One of most precise gaming mice on the market, Impressive use of the integrated RGB lighting, Cloud setting synchronization, Onthefly DPI switching– The Razer Mamba tends to have limited accuracy than Optical mainly on low dpi, Software issues
Razer isn't afraid to push innovation when it comes to the design and features of their computer peripherals. The Razer Mamba tournament edition gaming mouse is a direct result of their desire to create world-class products that are superior to their comp...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-11
Razer actually released two Mamba models this year—the luxury model (named, simply, the Razer Mamba) and its sibling, the Mamba Tournament Edition (Mamba TE from here on out).They're pretty much identical except the high-end Mamba is optionally wireless...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-25
Comfortable desig, Intuitive softwar, Just enough button, Great in-game performanceSome blank spots in Chroma lightin, RedJaron Dec , 201, 2:32 P, The difference between the Death Adder and the Mamba used to be the two extra buttons at the top left of the mouse. This new design moves them below the scroll whee, which I think is a bad mi...
The black mamba is one of the world's deadliest snakes, whose venomous bite can incapacitate an adult human in less than an hour. Razer's Mamba Tournament Edition mouse ($90) is not likely to kill anyone, but it's sure to give your digital foes a good sca...
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Gamingnexus.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-16
The Mamba line has been a solid one for Razer. At E3 2015, Razer showed me two versions of their latest Mambas: a wireless one and a corded version. The wired version targeted at hard core gaming and professional gamers, as they don't have to worry about...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-05
Along the the Mamba TE and the DeathAdder (Chroma), the Mamba (2015 Edition) is one of the most advanced gaming mice in the world. This device works with a laser sensor, a max speed of 210 IPS, acceleration of 50G, and an industry-leading 16,000 DPI senso...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-30
Impressive laser sensor, great customization options, strong software, comfortable.Expensive, lighting is little more than a distraction
There are a couple of headline-grabbing features with the Razer Mamba TE, not least of which is the Philips laser sensor, boasting precision up to a stunning 16,000dpi. This would be impressive on its own, but you also have total control over this precisi...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-30
Excellent ergonomics and body design, “Grippy” materials make it easy to handle, Onthefly DPI switching is simple and usefulConsiderably more expensive than competing mice, Almost useless at the highest DPI settings, Lighting system is appealing but unnecessary
The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition occupies an interesting place in the company's wide lineup of gaming mice. As a wired-only version of the Mamba it's a step down from the pricey flagship. But its feature set puts it well above the more pedestrian Deatha...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-17
The Razer Mamba TE is a Tournament Edition mouse made to compete with the highest-grade gaming mice in the world. This device continues the Razer tradition of making high-end super-sensitive mice by bringing a 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor with 1,000 Hz Ultr...
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Bjorn3d.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-02
Razer has gone whole hog on the Chroma gaming devices and this month they sent us a Razer Mamba Chroma Tournament edition with a 5G 16000DPI Laser Sensor. Capable of moving an amazing 210 inches per second at 50G with up to 1000MHz ultra polling and on th...
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3dGameMan.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-12
The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Gaming comes with a 16,000 DPI laser sensor, 210 inches per second, 50 G acceleration, 16.8 million customizable color options, 9 fully programmable buttons, fits like a glove and has intuitive software. It's simply an a...
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hardwareheaven.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-23
The Mamba is considered by many to be a classic gaming mouse. Loved by many it offered great performance and features at launch (back in 2009!). A second model, bringing things up to date was released in 2012 and recently Razer refreshed the range again...
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vortez.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-21
Comfortable ergonomic shape, Well balanced, High precision sensor, Customisable lighting, Large side buttonsPrice
€The Razer Mamba has become quite iconic for many PC gamers, one of the first, wireless and wired gaming mice which had a nice blue glow and a charging dock which would breath as it charged Good times Now in , the Mamba is getting revamped and will be a...
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kitguru.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-17
Fantastic laser sensor, best in class DPI options, Comfortable over long periods, good grip, Works well on a variety of surfaces, Indepth backend software and lighting options, Up/Down DPI selection and plenty of additional16,000 DPI seems overkill to us, It sure as hell ain't cheap.
Packing the same 16,000 DPI laser sensor, RGB lighting and versatile back-end software, this version of the Mamba has some features that no other mice can come close to. But are they really necessary?As well as packing the highest of high-end laser sensor...
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Bit-Tech.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-16
As with all of Razer's latest highend peripherals, the Mamba Tournament Edition is Chroma enabled, with four RGB lighting zones – one strip on each side, the scroll wheel and the rear logo. Each side strip has seven individual LEDs in, meaning you can c...
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HEXUS.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-16
Stylish RGB lighting, Polished software, Highspec laser sensorPremium pricing
The evolution of Razer's gaming mice sensors Razer's gaming mice are well respected among the PC gaming audience with the DeathAdder, Mamba and Naga among the leading mice in their respective market segments - FPS/MOBA/RTS, wireless and MMO. Razer has mai...
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Input device

Device interface

RF Wireless+USB

Purpose

Gaming

Buttons type

Pressed buttons

Buttons quantity

9

Scroll type

Wheel

Movement detection technology

Laser

Scroll
Movement resolution

16000 DPI

Recommended usage

PC/notebook

Number of scroll wheels

1

Programmable mouse buttons
Scrolling directions

Vertical

Design

Colour of product

Black

Form factor

Right-hand

Illumination
Surface coloration

Monotone