Razer has just pushed out a new driver for its Mamba gaming mouse series, offering Windows 8 support for both 32bit and 64bit architectures, and might also implement a few performance and stability improvements.
If you intend to buy this mouse, you should probably consider that some users have been complaining about the connection to the base or the fact that profiles don’t load as they should. Also, take into account that Razer’s Mamba can be bought for $129.99 (€153.19), before tax and shipping charges.
The key features of the mouse are a 6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System, 1000Hz Ultrapolling /1ms response time, up to 200 inches per second /50g acceleration and multi-color lighting. It can work either wirelessly or wired by using the USB cable provided in the pack.
Where users are concerned, as of now, there have been no complaints about the shape or the looks of the mouse, though some have noticed that the docking station can double both as a charger and as a posing stand.
As for installing this release, save and run the downloadable file, and simply follow all instructions displayed on-screen for a complete upgrade. Also, once finished, make sure to reboot your computer to allow all changes to take effect properly.
That being said, download Razer Mamba Driver 2.04 or download Razer Mamba 2012 Driver 2.04 depending on which mouse you own, apply it on your system, and check back with us to stay up to speed with the latest releases.