Razer Tron mouse and mat

Mice, Peripherals

Conclusion

It was all going so well until that cost analysis came along. £125? Even if we put this mouse in line with the best out there, for example the Razer Kone +, which costs around £70, that still means you’re paying over £50 for a mouse mat. Even the HeatOn we reviewed in the past, the best hard plastic pad around was “onl
” £40.

Don’t get me wrong, this is a nice mouse, but it’s far from perfect. While the mat is good, there’s no way you can justify this price tag. Unless you’re a die hard Tron fan with deep pockets, your money is certainly spent better elsewhere.

Pros Cons
High sensitivity Very expensive
Smooth tracking from both mat and mouse Mouse is not the mouse comfortable
Mat is very comfortable for a solid surface Underside light show seems a bit pointless

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Thanks go to Razer for providing us with these products.

This review was syndicated on tech seed.

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Last modified: May 11, 2014

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