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Razer Pro Click Mobile - Black Gaming Mouse

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  • Uninterrupted Connectivity With Bluetooth® 2.0 adaptive frequency hopping, you can be assured of a reliable performance no matter where you are
  • Ergonomic Form Factor Enjoy true comfort on the go, with the ergonomic ambidextrous design and sleek non-slip finishing of the Razer Pro|Click™ Mobile
  • No Drivers Required With no need for any driver installation, getting started with the Razer Pro|Click Mobile is simply a breeze.
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Technical Details
Item Weight113 g
Product Dimensions9.7 x 5.1 x 3.2 cm
Item model numberRP01-00050101-R1M1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 237,088 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight204 g
Date First Available10 Dec. 2007

Product Description

Product Description

- Uninterrupted Connectivity With Bluetooth® 2.0 adaptive frequency hopping, you can be assured of a reliable performance no matter where you are. Razer ProClick Mobile Bluetooth mouse Ergonomic Form Factor - Uninterrupted Connectivity With Bluetooth® 2.0

Manufacturer's Description

With its pocket-sized, ergonomic ambidextrous design, the Razer Pro|Click™ Mobile Notebook Mouse is the ideal notebook mouse for professionals on the go and where space is a constraint. Experience high-precision performance and true freedom with Bluetooth® 2.0 connectivity.

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By orlince on 9 May 2011
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Brilliant product, product as it was describe and very fast delivery as well over all very good experience to business with you hope to shop again....5star for you :)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic Bluetooth Option for your MacBook! 11 Nov. 2007
By David Schripsema - Published on
I've been using a wireless Mighty Mouse for a while now, and it was good at first - very convenient, but over the course of time, it's horrid tracking started annoying me more and more. It wasn't so bad as to be unusable, but definitely not acceptable for a $70 mouse. So, when I saw this one at my local Apple store, I picked it up to give it a go. It is heads, tails (or lack thereof), and shoulders ahead of the WMM, and my Mighty Mouse will be hitting eBay soon. It's a very nice size, and while the bottom plastic does seem a tad on the "flimsy" side, the mouse overall has a very nice feel to it. I have monstrous hands, and even though it is a notebook mouse, it is very comfortable in the hand. The tracking is obscene. I had to have it turned all the way up for my Mighty Mouse to make it usable. I paired the Razer, and had a hard time moving the mouse slowly enough to be controllable. It tracks on every surface I've used it on, and in a lot of ways, is just as good - if not better - than my old Logitech MX1000 laser that I used for a few years - and that was a high-end desktop wireless mouse. There is NO lag whatsoever - another flaw that the Mighty Mouse had plagued me with - and I simply couldn't be much happier with it. ESPECIALLY since it matches my black MacBook a heck of a lot better than the white mighty mouse did.

The only issue I had with it is that it randomly lost it's pairing once for about 10 seconds before picking right back up again. Also haven't seen yet what battery life will be.

4.5 stars out of 5. The 0.5 off is for 2 things - first being the somewhat cheap feeling plastic bottom (the top part feels fantastic - almost suede-like) and the second is for the drop in pairing. A definite must-have if you're considering a bluetooth notebook mouse.

[EDIT] Well, it's a bit over a year later, and my opinion of the mouse has changed SIGNIFICANTLY. While great at first, tracking and everything else pertaining to the mouse went downhill very quickly. Within 3 months, it was virtually unusable and has been sitting in it's box in my desk drawer every since. I can't bring myself to throw it away since I paid $70 for the thing. I have been using the Logitech VX Nano for the past 3 months, and unless it too craps out, like it even better than I originally liked the Razer. Give it a looksee!
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Sleeps in 3 to 5 seconds causing erratic movement. 27 Jun. 2008
By J. Riga - Published on
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Aesthetically, this mouse is quite nice. Unfortunately, Razer built this mouse with some level of stupidity involved... the mouse (once paired with the computer) sleeps itself after only 3 to 5 seconds. Waking it up is simple enough, just move it. The issue comes from the mouse trying to 'catch up' from your wake-up movement. It shoots across the screen. It's a big deal when web browsing and you stop moving for a few seconds to read something, then go to click on to another page and the cursor shoots 4 inches away from the intended target. Makes photoshop and illustrator work frustrating, as well as simply browsing the web, reading emails... everything, really.

Thought I got a bad mouse, so returned to Amazon, they sent a new one. Same issue. Tried on 2 Macbook Pros, 1 Windows XP box, and 1 Windows Vista box. Same issue on all systems with BOTH mice.

I gave 1 stars since when it works the tracking is very good and the finish and style is very nice. All it needs to be able to do is mouse around, and it can't do that. Skip it. Replaced it with the Microsoft (aghh!) BT Mouse 5000. No issues with the MS mouse - works perfectly. Not as pretty, but at least I can USE the thing.

Razer simply needs to correct the issue the mouse has in it's firmware. I contacted them and they "made a note of it". This is the MOST basic issue, but one that simply cripples the mouse for any type of real work.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Pro Click. 9 Jan. 2009
By Kes - Published on
I've had the ProClick Mobil for around a year and a half. I use this mouse on an iMac (Mac OS X Version 10.4.11)

- Easy to connect to your computer.
- Very responsive
- Pleasant design
- Comfortable for the hand and small for a mouse.
- Long battery life ( 1yr for 2AA)

- Randomly disconnects
- At times does not connect to computer when initially booting
- Has to be often re-installed/connected to computer
- Overly responsive

In the first year using this mouse I had no technical problems except for the mouse zooming across the page and being over responsive. Changing the mouse setting and taking time to get use to the speed however cures that problem. My main complaint is that as the year progressed the mouse looses connection with my computer more and more often, resulting in either having to wait for it to pick back up or having to reset/re-connect it. Although it has a comfortable shape and works well when, it's not worth the hassle.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good lil mouse 22 May 2009
By Jason P. Trechok - Published on
I really like this mouse for it's small size. I thought when I first got it that I would have trouble with it. Being a big guy and, hence, big hands, I thought I would have trouble handling this mouse for long hours. But something about the mouse size and shape is not bad at all. I am a gamer amongst other computer pursuits, and play games for hours on end on my MacBookPro, never having issue with it. I can agree with other reviewers that this mouse does lose connection or sleep from time to time with inactivity. It does take a couple shakes to get it back "on-line", but this has never been a huge frustration to me. If anything, this is just helping with the battery life by powering down the mouse when not used.

I can understand some peoples' concerns with the disconnecting, although I have never found it to be anywhere near 3-5 seconds of inactivity. Usually a minute or more with mine, but again, I am moving it so often in games or on webpages, that I never usually notice.

I have paired this with my iMac desktop from time to time just for the second button capability instead of my Mighty Mouse and it worked fine with the desktop as well.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good for some time 10 Mar. 2010
By Tech - Published on
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I first bought this mouse because of its Bluetooth connection. While I've had problems with the connection in the past with Vista, I was able to figure out how to fix it and the mouse turned out to be good. However, after a little over a year of using this, it is starting to fail on me. While the left and right buttons work fine, the roller click doesn't work well anymore, sometimes responsive, sometimes not. I've taken great care of this mouse and while it was a great mouse, it doesn't seem to last very long, I expected more for a mouse I'm paying so much for. My old wired cheap no-brand mouse never had any problems with scroll button or anything even after 3 years of use.
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