Razer has unveiled its latest mouse, called the Lancehead, that promises to take gaming to the next level.
Gamers in eSports have largely stuck with wired mouses in an effort to eliminate lag. Razer is hoping the wireless Lancehead will become a staple among the eSports circuit.
It features what Razer is calling Adaptive Frequency Technology, which seamlessly jumps between the strongest frequencies within the 2.4GHz band. This will ensure gamers enjoy a lag-free gaming experience. The Lancehead also features a 5G laser sensor that offers 16,000 DPI (dots per inch), 210 IPS (inches-per-second) tracking and 50 G acceleration. This means the Lancehead is insanely fast and accurate.
Razer is also launching the Lancehead Tournament Wired Edition, which comes equipped with an eSport-grade optical sensor with the same 16,000 DPI found in the wireless version and 450 IPS tracking speed.
Both mice will give owners exclusive access to the Razer Synapse Pro beta. This allows owners to save mouse settings within the mouse or the cloud. The mice will also come equipped with Razer’s signature Chroma lighting, which ussers can configure to switch between 16.9 million different color combinations.
How much will Razer’s new gaming mice cost?
The Razer Lancehead and Lancehead Tournament Edition are available to purchase online now in the U.S. and will retail for $139.99 and $79.99 respectively. They will be available for international purchase some time in May or June.