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Qualität: Offline bzw. Ohne Online-Zwangs-Software sind keinerlei Qualitätsmerkmale fest zu stellen! Einfach zu halten: Offline bzw. ohne Online-Zwangs-Software braucht man die Maus nicht anfassen! Komfort: Ohne online verbundene Software ist der Komfort gleich einer Billig-Maus von 1995
Gesamtbewertung: Ärgerlich ohne registrierte Verbindung zwischen Maus und Razer-Server kann man die Maus schlicht nicht gebrauchen
Gehts noch??? Man MUSS sich ein Konto bei Razer erstellen, sonst lässt sich die Software für die Konfiguration nicht starten und es sind keine Einstellungen (DPI ... Testenbelegung...etc.) möglich. Ist der PC offline kann man nix einstellen... Ist der Server offline geht auch nix. Ohne die Möglichkeit die Einstellungen zu ändern ist die Maus kaum besser als eine 10€ Maus aus dem Supermarkt. Man bezahlt ein Gerät mit Geld, nicht mit persönlichen Daten. (und schon mal gar nicht mit BEIDEM). Der online Zwang macht dieses Produkt zu einem Ärgernis! Aber so kann China gut Profile von uns erstellen ... ;)
Wie auch so viele andere Nutzer kann ich dieser hardwaremäßig auf den ersten Blick guten Maus aufgrund der Software leider nur einen Stern geben. Den Zwang eine offen als Beta deklarierte Software zu nutzen, welche ständig hängt und permanent online sein möchte sowie Ressourcen verbraucht ist absolut nicht hinnehmbar. Die im Hintergrund geloggten Daten noch viel weniger.
So kann ich diese Maus leider auch nicht als Arbeitsmaus nutzen, da auf unseren Firmenrechnern schlichtweg die Treiber nicht installiert werden können/ dürfen. Auch der Versuch die Maus auf dem privaten Rechner einzurichten und die Profile auf der Maus zu speichern scheiterte, da sich lediglich die Tastenbelegung auf der Maus speichern lässt. Das Farbprofil sowie die DPI-Stufen werden nicht gespeichert. Somit hat man permanent die Regenbogen-Funktion aktiv und es lässt sich nur die niedrigste DPI Stufe sinnvoll nutzen.
Daher wohl meine siebte und letzte Razer Maus, schade.
Il mouse è solito e ben fatto come oramai Razer ci ha abituato. Tutti i tasti sono programmabili ed è una cosa bellissima. La "leva" facilmente raggiungibile dal pollice può essere regolata in lunghezza o addirittura rimossa. Peccato che non viene riferito che per avere tutto questo sia necessaria una presa USB 3.0. Mi sono visto impazzire nell'installare il mouse, fortunatamente prima di arrendermi le provo tutte. Non è un grandissimo problema per carità, ma soprattutto nei portatili (non il mio caso) le prese 3.0 sono limitate, quindi andrebbe specificato per agevolare chi vuole acquistare questo prodotto.
I switched from the Logitech G502 - the king of all gaming mice, to the Razer Basilisk (the FPS one), for the sake of novelty and branching out more than anything. Since my purchase a month ago, here's what I learned.
Pros: - Great for large hands. The side-thumb-grip on the mouse's left side, similarly with G502, is an absolute necessity for someone like me. I can't use standard shaped mice because my thumb cannot grip the mouse. The Basilisk overcomes this in a comfortable way with the thumb plate. - Precise gliding, as expected. The transition from the G502 has been eased by how great this mouse feels to use. From moving characters, to navigating maps, to shooting targets, it does everything you'd expect of a mouse in this range. - Build quality seems to be terrific. Not sure if it'll last (apparently Razer mice lack lengthy lives in this sense), but no signs of wear and tear after much clickage. - Custom RGB lighting effects with Razer's Synapse software adds to the general experience.
Cons: - Lacks individual weights. The G502, as with many professional gaming mice, comes with little metal weights, in-case the base weight of the mouse isn't heavy enough. The Basilisk does not, and is lighter than the G502. I like weighty mice, I feel it gives me more control and a preciser shot. Supplement weights would've greatly enhanced this mouse. - The scrollwheel. It is annoying, I can't lie. You can manually set the sensitivity, which is great, but even with the hardest sensitivity on, I still frequently flick the wheel too far and it'll 'double scroll' (e.g. switching between weapons). It's poorly designed to me.
It's a fantastic mouse, if you can overlook the poor scrollwheel. Give it a go.
This mouse is a nice fit for a medium size hand however if you have a large and or long fingers you will have overhang that may be uncomfortable for long use.
The mouse has a variety of customizations for however you want to use your mouse.
The main drawback for this mouse is that the supporting razer software is tacky and leggy which does not help with PC speed. I personally have disabled it on start up which has saved up to a minute on start up which really let's down the overall product.
Overall a great product with rather shoddy supporting software which brings down the whole product.
I started off well with this mouse, I bought this and the lancehead (which was too large for my partner's hands, despite it being marketed as smaller on Razer website) but for me the basilisk was a little large but nothing major.
However, the Synapse 3 software is just a nightmare! As soon as I downloaded this into my PC it made the mouse useless, constantly cutting out, freezing etc (and making that windows sounds whenever connect a plug and play device). I tried downloading the Synpase 2 because it seems that the Synapse 3 is in Beta but it does not support the basilisk.
I have no choice but to return this beause the software is awful, can't control the RGB lighting and it just randomly freezes which is interrupting my producitvity. I am struggling to find a decent mouse, seems most manufacturers are not making quality products anymore.
I received this mouse for Christmas and was a little worried it would be too big for me as I have very small hands. It actually is a great size and very comfortable to use. The side buttons are easy to press and very responsive. The sniper trigger is removable and is very easy to insert and take out. The shape of the mouse is comfortable for long use. The dpi button is neatly placed and accessible but not in a place where it can be accidently pressed. Overall a great mouse that's ideal for small hands too.
Incredible mouse. Perfect size for my hand and comfortable. I went from a logitech M185 to this and the quality difference was immediately noticeable. Many reviews complain about synapse but I haven't had any issues. I bought this "Used - Very Good" from Amazon Marketplace, which stated there would be a small cosmetic imperfection on the front and scratches on the back, but the only "imperfection" was dirt on the underside which is easily cleaned. Didn't come in original packaging, but I would have just thrown the box away anyway so doesn't matter to me. Came with all dpi clutch attachments, booklet and razer stickers.
After researching many different cheap gaming mouse - I finally listened to one guy on YouTube who's channel is called Hardware Canucks and he compared all the Basilisk line-up and made me realise I wanted this particular mouse. It didn't disappoint, it feels great ergonomically (for my hand) and buttons click nicely and I can change the sensitivity so cursor moves fast and slow. Seems very accurate when using it for other PC applications other than gaming. We all know that mice have an average lifespan of around 3 or so years and as I really like this product I would be willing to buy this again if its still around and newer reviews don't overshadow it. Great product- would recommend