Razer's new Lancehead gaming mouse seeks to remove wireless interference while delivering blistering high performance. Here is why gamers and non-gamers should consider it.
Wireless technologies, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and (shudder) Miracast, bring a lot of promise to the PC world, but also some unintended consequences. One of those penalties is cross-signal interference from too many radio waves. The result? Your internet connection is inconsistent, your wireless headphones clip, and your rechargeable gaming mouse loses accuracy.
Razer, borrowing a page from Killer Wireless, thinks it has a solution that it calls Adaptive Frequency Technology (AFT) found in its new Lancehead mouse. Frequency hopping is not particularly new, but when combined with Razer's optimization hardware it could make a significant difference for those who want to game but a wireless, no latency or lossless connection.
I've been using the Razer Lancehead for the last few weeks and here is what I think.
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