Razer Mamba HyperFlux + Firefly HyperFlux Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅15-03-18
Packaging & First Look
There’s no huge surprise when it comes to the packaging, the synonymous black and green has been deployed, yet again, for that striking yet familiar appearance. The packaging is understandably large and flat due to the hard-backed nature of the Firefly HyperFlux mouse mat.

The front of the packaging features little information about the devices themselves, save for a mention of the Razer Chroma lighting and HyperFlux Wireless Power, along with an accolade for Best of CES 2018.

Flipping the box over, we’re given an in-depth annotated image of the devices, describing each point and feature. There’s also some approximate sizes and weights in the bottom-left.

Inside the packaging is another reminder of why you spent £250, with “HyperFlux Wireless Power” embossed onto the top of a protective sheet.

Underneath the cardboard lid is a thick sponge, ensuring your Razer Mamba gaming mouse arrives in perfect condition. The Firefly resides underneath, also protected by the sponge.

Included with the Mamba + Firefly is a 2.1M Micro-USB cable and an instruction guide. The Micro-USB cable can be used to connected to the Firefly as well as the Mamba if you wish to use the device in wired-mode. Handy if you're planning to take the device to a LAN or a friend's house.

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