The Basilisk Ultimate, a very sensitive wireless gaming mouse from Razer, costs presently US$69 at the reputable US store Best Buy. It also has RGB illumination, a useful charging port, and other useful features.
In recent weeks, we have reported two enticing offers for wireless gaming mouse created by renowned peripheral manufacturer Logitech. The Razer Basilisk Ultimate is currently on sale, which nicely exemplifies how one of its closest US-based competitors also has some remarkable deals in store.
In more detail, Best Buy has slashed the price of the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, which includes a matching charging station, by a stunning US$100, or 58%, from its initial advertised price of US$169. Eleven programmable buttons, a highly sensitive optical sensor with 20.000 DPI, customizable RGB lights, and a stylish wireless gaming mouse round out the features of this attractive device. The Basilisk Ultimate should be 25% quicker than rival mice from other manufacturers thanks to Razer’s Hyperspeed technology.
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In light of this, Rtings’ in-depth review reveals that, when connected with the provided USB receiver, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate’s click latency of 3.8 ms is actually quite low. The wireless gaming mouse was commended for its excellent right-handed ergonomics and the plethora of customization possibilities available in Razer’s matching software package, termed “Synapse 3.” However, this game-focused pointing device does not allow conventional Bluetooth connections, which should be a reasonable absence for the majority of purchasers seeking a capable wireless gaming mouse in the US$80 price range.