Just this past week, Razer released a new mouse to add to their very lengthy and successful line of gaming peripherals.
With one of the most tactile mechanical buttons and clicks, the Razer Lancehead TE (short for Tournament Edition) has been nothing but the pure excitement around the gaming atmosphere, capturing new audiences, like myself, and therefore bringing more traffic to Razer’s full product line.
After countless months of awaiting its arrival, Razer customers have been excited for this new breakout in mice for the company. After more than 5 years of the Deathadder being their number one sold gaming mouse, Razer believes this one could do it over and create a whole new market for gamers, casual, competitive or right in between.
When you start breaking down the insides of a gaming mouse, your jaw might just drop. The thought and dedication that’s put into this mouse is undeniably a lot. Their new mouse switches promise you 50 million clicks for one unit. To that in perspective, 50 million clicks take probably more than half a dozen years to accomplish, and that’s just if you’re always on your computer with it. These types of switches are not seen very often on such big name brands like Razer, which is a nerdy gamer’s dream team, so to speak.
And of course, why not include versatility? this flashy yet effective device is not just for one breed of gamers; It’s the perfect hybrid “for the whole family!”[in infomercial voice]. When trying to get more revenue from customers, expanding your demographic absolutely helps without a doubt. It was a smart move to make this an ambidextrous mouse that can compete with its successors and competitors.
The best way to boil this product down into a sentence is that it’s the new and improved Razer Deathadder, but has started its own new generation of success and profits for its company. These types of products don’t drastically change very often over the years. So when they actually do, it’s always something to keep your head up for. You never know when your old Logitech mouse will crap out on you. If and when it does, don’t go gentle into the night with Logitech; Rage against the dying of the light with Razer.
The Razer Lancehead TE is currently being sold for $79.99 US Dollars at Razerzone.com. For more details, click here.