Razer Basilisk

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By Digit Desk | Updated on 12-Feb-2019
Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date: 29 Jan, 2018
Official Website : Razer
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Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date : 29-Jan-2018
Official Website : Razer
Price : 5,995
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  • performance
  • Value for money
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  • pros
  • + Sensitivity clutch
  • + Customisable scroll wheel resistance
  • + Impressive software support
  • cons
  • - Little expensive
  • - High variance in optical sensor frame rate



The only appealing and functional feature for FPS gamers on the Razer Basilisk would be the sensitivity clutch or the sniper button. It’s a removable clutch available in two different sizes, so that one can lower their sensitivity when needed. An additional feature which we loved is the customisable resistance on the scroll wheel. Essentially, you can increase or decrease the resistance or steps in the scroll wheel according to your preferences. Apart from these two features, the rest are pretty basic that you would find on any other gaming mouse in this price range. The Razer Synapse software has been improved drastically and now, it’s easier to navigate and apply settings. Creating different profiles with different RGB lighting effects and macros is possible on this mouse. These profiles can be stored in the mouse depending on the amount of macros and lighting effects you add. An indicator at the bottom will display how many effects or macros can be uploaded to the mouse’s storage.

The Basilisk uses the Razer 5G or PMW3389 optical sensor that performs well enough to play FPS games competitively. Razer boasts about the durability of the Omron micro-switches to be up to 50 million clicks. The mouse has a brilliant ergonomic design that comfortably allows you to hold it in a palm or claw grip. If you aren’t a fan of the sensitivity clutch then you could simply go for the DeathAdder Elite since it houses the same optical sensor and similar software support. Only if you are sure that having a dedicated button to control your sensitivity is useful, only then you should consider this mouse.

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