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Razer Pro Click Mini review: Fantastic work mouse

Razer Pro Click Mini review: Fantastic work mouse

Razer Pro Click Mini

There are plenty of great work mice in the market, and the Razer Pro Click Mini joins them as one of the greats. I've been using the Pro Click Mini for the last three days and already fell in love right in the first five minutes. The small comfortable size, slick scroll wheel, and flexible connectivity options make it a winner.

Quick specs

  • Ambidextrous form factor
  • 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth
  • 2x AA batteries, up to 725 hours on BT, 465 hours on 2.4GHz
  • Max DPI 12,000

Designed for office work, the Razer Pro Click Mini omits the usual Razer RGB lighting. That means no lights, at all. The mouse is small, but fits comfortably in the hand. The textured sides offer a good grip. You can use the mouse in claw or palm grip styles comfortably. The tracking of the mouse is smooth, and lag free on both 2.4GHz and Bluetooth. I preferred using the Razer Hyperspeed connection, though. The seven buttons are programmable, but you will have to use Razer Synapse software to configure them. That means you can switch the scroll-wheel tilt to change your mouse's DPI instead. On that note, you can change the DPI, but only via Synapse.

Razer Pro Click Mini
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The mouse uses two AA batteries instead of an onboard rechargeable. You can use rechargeable batteries, too. Battery life is rated at 465 hours — that's about 19 days of use on the 2.4GHz connection. You get 30 days use on Bluetooth. Like the larger Razer Pro Click, you can quickly switch between three paired devices on Bluetooth. The mouse will also work on a single AA battery. The dongle and batteries are hidden under a cover that sits on top of the mouse.

Razer Pro Click Mini
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Another thing that makes this mouse really good for work is its scroll wheel that spins freely or in tactile mode. You can toggle this by a button below the wheel. This is similar to the Logitech MX Anywhere 3 or the Logitech MX Master 3, but the wheel doesn't feel as hefty. I still like it though. The scroll wheel is quiet in action, and so are the mouse clicks. Your colleagues won't be annoyed, and no one will hear you frantically scrolling a website during an awkward lull in the conversation.

Retailing at S$129, the Razer Pro Click Mini is a pretty darn good work mouse. It's also competitively priced compared to the Logitech MX Anywhere 3. I'm a big fan. Get it from the Razer online store, Shopee, Lazada, or Amazon SG.

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Note: Review unit provided by Razer.

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