Razer Lancehead Gaming Mouse Support | The Razer Lancehead Wireless Mouse has the Razer Adaptive Frequency (AFT) technology, ensuring a 100% transmission stability. This Razer Mouse with wireless technology continuously scans frequency channels in millisecond intervals for all forms of interference and seamlessly replaces frequencies to allow for perfect lag-free data transmission from your gaming mouse to your system.
This Razer Mouse has the latest 5G sensor with 16,000 DPI and 210 Inches per Second (IPS) tracking. Focus on giving you more precision and speed, this mouse sensor also comes with 50 G acceleration, so every move you perform is tracked correctly. Razer wireless mouse is powered by Razer Synapse 3 (Beta) So you can save your settings directly to your mouse and also to the Cloud. This way, even if you don’t have access to Razer Synapse or the Internet, you can instantly activate your personal profile no matter where you are.
Razer Lancehead Specs
- Genuine 5G DPI 16,000 laser Sensor
- Adaptive Frequency Technology
- Razer Mechanical Mouse Switch
- Ambidextrous design with enhanced rubber side grips
- Correct Razer Chroma lighting 16.8 million customizable color options
Razer Lancehead Support
My Chroma SDK-supported Game does not display the lighting effect. What should I do?
For display the Chroma SDK effect on your Razer Mouse Tournament Edition and other enabled devices, make sure you have the latest MS Windows hotfix “Update for Universal C Runtime in Windows ” installed.
What is Hybrid On-board and Cloud Storage?
A feature of Razer Synapse 3 (Beta), Hybrid On-board and the upcoming Cloud Storage allows you to save your custom profile not only to the Cloud but also directly to your the Razer Mouse too, so you can access it easily Even on a PC that does not have Razer Synapse 3 installed or does not have access to the Internet.
This allows you to cycle through four installed profiles stored in your Mouse through Hybrid On-board and Cloud Storage features of the forthcoming Razer Synapse 3 (Beta).
What is the maximum poll level I can get with Razer Lancehead?
With wired or wireless, This Razer Mouse consistently delivers maximum Ultrapolling 1,000 Hz speeds, allowing you always to enjoy peak performance at zero latency.
How do I create a Razer Lancehead show at the highest voting level?
Make sure your Razer Lancehead is set to 1,000 Hz in the performance section of Razer Synapse, has been tested in settings with some 2.0 USB wireless devices and performs well without any downturn.
How do I adjust DPI settings?
Out-of-the-box, you can make necessary changes to your Razer Mouse DPI directly through the DPI button located behind the scroll wheel. After you install Razer Synapse 2 or Razer Synapse 3 (Beta) to come, you will have access to more DPI options. Razer Lancehead can track one (1) DPI increase with cut-off distances as precisely as 0.1 mm.
The Razer Lancehead I did not work correctly when I used the USB 3.0 device as well.
When using a 2.0 2.4 GHz USB Wireless peripheral with a system that also has a USB 3.0 device such as a remote hard drive or a flash drive plugged in, your experience may be interrupted because of Disorders. This can result in a pending response, the mouse command is lost, and even compromise the operating distance between you and its dongle.
To help mitigate such problems, you want the USB 3.0 and your dongle to be close to each other, and you want Razer Lancehead closer to the dongle. The Razer Mouse Gaming you are equipped with an adapter that helps you achieve it, Plug the Micro USB end of the Razer Lancehead cable into the adapter and the other end to your computer.
Razer Lancehead Drivers, Software and Master Guide Downloads
|Razer Synapse 2.0 for Windows 64-bit||Windows 10/8.1/8/7 [64 bit]|
|Razer Synapse 2.0 for Mac OS X 10.7 / 10.6||Mac OS X 10.7 / 10.6|
|Razer Lancehead Master Guide||All Support|
Source: Razer Support