Razer Diamondback Chameleon review

£26
Price when reviewed

As the official mouse of the World Cyber Games, there’s a lot going for the Diamondback Chameleon. The only difference from other Diamondback models is the TVR-style flip paint, which changes from green to purple as you tilt it.

Razer Diamondback Chameleon review

Aside from aesthetics, the Razer is well designed. It’s a bit light, but it’s comfortable to use – the huge main buttons are good for even the biggest hands. Rubber side grips ensure no slipping in tense moments, and the 1,600dpi optical sensor offers precise control for when aiming needs to be pixel perfect. It isn’t as sensitive as the Logitech, but you’ll be hard pushed to tell the difference in practice.

Through the drivers, you can assign either set of side buttons to alter sensitivity, making this a mouse for both left- and right-handers (an advantage over the Logitech). It’s too easy to push both at the same time, though, especially when you’re in the middle of a frantic gunfight.

We like the Teflon feet, which glide as well as the Logitech, and the fact that the sensor never turns off, providing immediate response. Add the bundled zip-up case, and the Razer is a great gaming mouse.

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