Razer Atheris Reviews

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★★★★ 3.6
Manufacturer: Razer
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3.6 ★★★★
Based on 13 reviews.
 

Razer Atheris

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: The Atheris is an attractive mobile mouse with a good optical sensor, but it's priced a tad high, and we have some quibbles with the Synapse software. Wait for a price drop.
Pros: 
  • Snappy optical sensor
  • Unlimited game-specific profiles
  • Light on power consumption
  • Separate X and Y DPI axes
Cons: 
  • Pricey
  • Side buttons too close together
  • Ambidextrous design
  • but thumb buttons on only one side
  • Macro editor needs bulking up
  • Intrusive registration requirements
4 years ago

Razer Atheris

★★★★★ 4.5
Verdict: The Razer Atheris makes for the perfect travelling ‘mouse' companion that is not only compact but offers excellent responsiveness and more importantly is wireless. It includes everything you need to connect this device to your PC from batteries to the USB dongle which can also be stored in the mouse...
3 years ago

Bluetooth fragile - terrible user expeirence

★★★★ 1.0
Verdict: Issues syncing with Mac over bluetooth. Very fragile connection. Have to operate in specific sequence to initially pair, and then have to reboot the mouse often to maintain. Not impressed with the QA here and would not buy again.
4 years ago

Portable DPI scaling

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Its a bit smaller than i was expecting but to have a wireless Bluetooth mouse with DPI scaling it works great! The build quality is great and the weight is just right.
2 years ago

Razer Atheris Review

★★★★★
Verdict: The Atheris is an affordable travel mouse that promises performance when you need it. Razer has dropped us a sample of the Atheris, their latest mobile mouse; sporting a 7,200 DPI sensor, a proprietary 2.4GHz or Bluetooth connection and up to 350 hours of battery life, this could be the ideal...
Pros: 
  • + 350-hour battery life
  • + 2.4GHz or Bluetooth
  • + Small
  • compact form factor
  • + Lightweight
  • + Excellent signal strength
  • + Looks great
4 years ago

Like it

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: Good mouse and it does connect to a Windows laptop via Bluetooth
3 years ago

Razer Atheris

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Working well with my Win10 laptop and give users two connection ways to connect which is extremely useful in some cases.
2 years ago

Razer Atheris Gaming Mouse Review: Portability at a Cost

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: Razer has made quite a splash in the laptop market over the last few years, and the company is not planning to slow down anytime soon. There's only one problem: Although Razer has taken great pains to make its screens large and its keyboards comfortable, gaming with a touchpad is simply not a good...
Pros: 
  • Small and portable
  • Excellent USB and Bluetooth wireless
  • Low-key
  • attractive design
Cons: 
  • Serious software flaws
  • Less precise handling than full-size models
  • Heavy for its size
3 years ago

Razer Atheris

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: If you're business-traveling with a laptop, you may be the kind of person who enjoys relaxing after a strenuous workday with fast-paced action games. (A Swedish nuclear biologist, a personal friend of ours for years, likes to unwind, for example, with Diablo II.
Pros: 
  • Snappy optical sensor
  • Unlimited game-specific profiles
  • Light on power consumption
  • Separate X and Y DPI axes
Cons: 
  • Pricey
  • Side buttons too close together
  • Ambidextrous design, but thumb buttons on only one side
  • Macro editor needs bulking up
  • Intrusive registration requirements
4 years ago

Razer Atheris review: A mobile gaming/productivity mouse for those on the go

★★★★ 4.4
Verdict: If you're like me, you use your laptop for both work and play. For the most part, I've stuck to using a gaming mouse as my daily mouse for both productivity and gaming. While this serves my purposes for the most part, when I do take my laptop out, it can be a pain to unplug my mouse, wrap the cord...
4 years ago

Razer Atheris

★★★★★
Verdict: The Razer Atheris is a tiny mouse compared to the other Razer mice that we have in the market right now. But do not be fooled by its size, as it is perfectly capable of performing most tasks that you set it to.
Pros: 
  • Portable
  • Not gaudy
Cons: 
  • Too small for some
3 years ago

Razer Atheris Review

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: The Atheris is the latest small-form-factor wireless mouse from gaming heavyweight Razer. Unlike most of the company's other mice the Atheris is being marketed for office use as well as PC gaming, and features a staggering 350-hour quoted battery life.
Pros: 
  • Compact dimensions
  • Sleek design
  • Reliable performance
Cons: 
  • Surprisingly heavy
  • Software needs work
2 years ago

Razer Atheris Review

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: The Atheris is an attractive mobile mouse with a good optical sensor, but it's priced a tad high, and we have some quibbles with the Synapse software. Wait for a price drop.
Mobile mice have a reputation for being light: easy to carry on the road with a laptop, and light on cost and features, too. At the low end, wired travel mice are available for half the cost of a cheap lunch. They can cost more, of course, if you add wireless functionality, but even staple models like the Logitech Wireless Mouse M310 are available from reputable retailers for around $10 to $15. These cheapies assume a market of single-minded business travelers, those who'd just as soon relax at the hotel after work by reading a good book or watching cable. That's no longer every traveler, however. The teens who grew up playing computer games in the '90s and '00s are the businesspeople of today. And if the new Atheris, a mobile gaming mouse, is anything to judge by, its maker, Razer, concludes that those folks want to set aside that book, turn off that television, and jump into their favorite games instead. It helps to be the one of the few kids on the merchandising block making ...
Pros: 
  • Snappy optical sensor
  • Unlimited game-specific profiles
  • Light on power consumption
  • Separate X and Y DPI axes
Cons: 
  • Pricey
  • Side buttons too close together
  • Ambidextrous design, but thumb buttons on only one side
  • Macro editor needs bulking up
  • Intrusive registration requirements
4 years ago

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