Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Unboxing and Review (Overwatch Gameplay)

Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Unboxing and Review (Overwatch Gameplay)


Hello guys Sivirax here, welcome to my unboxing
and review of the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition, I was a little worried about reviewing
this mouse becouse the previous failed Razer Mamba tournament edition, that thing
was awful to serious competitive players so I was
very skeptical about this new tournament edition. Just to be clear, if you play games that
require a lot of precision, please stay away of the Lancehead wireless version, because
it comes with laser sensor. A very simple box as you can see, warranty stuff, quick start guide, some instructions, and shiny stickers, there are only 3 things that I don’t personally
like about this mouse, starting with the rubber sides, this new shape
and size are great, the grip is awesome and they are non slippery at all, but they are
a dust magnet, and if you are a clean freak like
me, you will be cleaning this baby after each play session. The side buttons feels weird, I don’t know
if they are too small, or if they have too much
tension for me. And the mouse feet, they glide very very good
but they are pretty loud in comparison with most of my other mices, of course this noise
does not affect the performance at all but it’s
noticeable. If you are thinking in get this mouse you
should be aware about the shape, your grip fingers
will me more like wide open in comparison with some more traditional safe shape. You can compare this grip shape with the logitech
g303 diamond shape for example. Or the Logitech G900, with this one it is
more difficult to see the open grip shape because the
shiny plastic, but the place where you rest your fingers in both sides have those open
angles The reason why I give such importance to the
grip sides in my videos, is because the grip style that I use, the most comfortable grip
for me it’s the fingertip grip, and with that grip you only use your 3 fingers to hold the
mouse and make the micro movements in game, of
course you use this 3 fingers with palm and claw grip but with those styles you also use
your the palm to help in the movement and grip,
so the way you hold the mouse it’s a little bit
different in those styles. We are in 2017, this is the RGB year, the
colors in this mouse are stunning, but to be honest
besides from looking cool there is only one thing you can do with so much RGB. And that been said, the buttons feel great,
they are easy to press, the shape it’s flat so you can place your fingers anywhere you
want. It comes with a modified top of the line pmw
3360 sensor under the hood. Amazing scroll wheel just like the deathadder
elite. The dpi buttons are very low profile. It comes with a profile button. And finally the cable which is perfect in
my opinion, flexible and light just like the one in
the deathadder elite, great cable. And that’s it guys!, remember to subscribe
to enter in the giveaway that i’ll be doing at
100 subscribers, I really hope you like the video, paz out my friends, bye bye.

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