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One of Razer’s Best Wireless Gaming Mice Is Cheaper Than Ever

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Wireless peripherals of all types usually come with a premium, and that’s also the case with Razer’s lineup of high-end gaming peripherals. That may make a wireless Razer gaming mouse, especially one as good as the Basilisk Ultimate, seem out of reach. But Prime Day means the Basilisk Ultimate is now selling for its lowest price yet: $76.

In our Razer Basilisk Ultimate review, this responsive, long-lasting wireless (USB Type-A dongle) mouse earned 4.5 stars and our Editor’s Choice Award. If you want something attractive and customizable, including 11 programmable buttons and a gleefully over-the-top 14 RGB zones, this may be the best gaming mouse for you. The mouse usually goes for $150, or $170 with a wireless charging dock. But with a $74 or $77 discount, (depending on if you get the charging dock), the mouse’s price tag is much more digestible.  

Razer Basilisk Ultimate: was $150, now $76 at Amazon
One of the best gaming mice we've ever tested, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate has 11 programmable buttons, 14 RGB zones and Razer's top sensor with up to 20,000 CPI. Get the mouse for $76 or $93 with its wireless charging dock. View Deal

The Basilisk Ultimate isn’t perfect. For instance, we’d prefer standard mechanical switches for the left and right-click buttons over the optical mechanical switches Razer used. But this is a fantastic price on one of the best wireless mouse options around. 

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Scharon Harding

Scharon Harding is a Senior Editor at Tom's Hardware. She has a special affinity for gaming peripherals (especially monitors), laptops and virtual reality. Previously, Scharon covered business technology, including hardware, software, cyber security, cloud and other IT happenings, at Channelnomics, with bylines at CRN UK.