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
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.
|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|
Thanks go to Razer for providing us with these products.
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