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Razer Pro Click review

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Razer goes to work with the Razer Pro Click
The Razer Pro Click is definitely one of the best Bluetooth-capable mice we’ve seen in quite a while. Between its beautiful design – we’d go so far as to call it elegant – and its precisely engineered ergonomics, you’re going to be hard-pressed to find a better mouse for the home or office for the price. It has all of the features that you’d typically find in some of the best gaming mice that Razer puts out, but it isn’t over the top in the same way as a typical gaming mouse. It has a few programmable buttons for macro use but keeps the thumb-side mostly clear. Holding up to three separate Bluetooth wireless profiles in the mouse, the Razer Pro Click can be easily switched between different systems around the home or office, which is especially useful to all the multi-boxers out there. The included wireless USB dongle also makes it possible to use the Razer Pro Click with just about any computer out there. The lack of a USB Type-C is disappointing, and the micro USB connection on the front of the mouse is awkward. It’s set in such a way that the micro USB cord that comes with the Razer Pro Click is the only one that will actually fit to charge it. It’s also a full-sized mouse, so it’s probably not the most portable wireless mouse for people who do a lot of traveling and need to work while on the road. Beyond those two minor points though, we’re hard-pressed to think of a reason why you shouldn’t buy the Razer Pro Click. Esports enthusiasts aren’t going to win any tournaments with this thing, but we’re perfectly fine with Razer making a high-quality and ergonomically-gifted Bluetooth mouse for the rest of us.

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