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Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed Review

The Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed mouse delivers top-notch wireless gaming performance with impressive battery life in a solid design with an even more solid price.

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Razer Inc., is a global video game hardware manufacturing company established in 2005 by Singaporean businessman Min-Liang Tan and Robert Krakoff, after obtaining a large investment from Hong Kong magnate Li Ka-shing and Temasek. Singapore Holdings


Unboxing of Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed

We start as always with the packaging. The Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​is presented in a black and green cardboard box with a matte finish. On its cover we can see a photograph of the mouse highlighted with a reflective resin effect. Along with it we have specifications such as Bluetooth, 5G frequency and HyperSpeed ​​technology.

On the back, for its part, we find the usual infographic that emphasizes the characteristics at the level of design and functionality as well as the hidden compartment of the battery and storage of the USB receiver.

We can also see other outstanding details:

The contents of the box can therefore be summarized as:

SteelSeries Apex Pro Design

This model is designed for gaming, so it is more than reasonable to find elements of high-end models reflected in the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed.

The design of the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​may remind many of you of the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, and the truth is that you would not be very misguided.

Crossing the mouse diagonally we find a strip of darker black plastic with a glossy finish that is replicated in the side switches that we can find on the left.

In the back area of ​​the hump we find the Razer image printed with a slightly shiny effect.

This same piece that we can remove by exerting a little pressure from the upper area, pushing back gently.

Once the compartment is open, we can see both the slot for the AA battery and the storage point of the USB receiver when we are transporting it or it is not in use.

At both ends, exit depressions are observable for the keyboard cable, which is also located in the central area. Discreetly in the back area we also find the SteelSeries image stamped in white, as well as it is visible in black in the lower front area.

If we turn it around, we see that it has four surfers in total as well as a switch to turn the mouse on and off.

Switches and Buttons

For starters, the M1 and M2 buttons are independent of the main mouse board and produce a very stable and light click. These switches, like most mouse surfaces, are made of black plastic with a matte finish and a very fine grain texture.

Going on to talk about the scroll button, it presents a non-slip rubber coating with a granulated texture for each of its grooves.

The Receptor

The USB receiver is in the usual standard format with the Razer name screen-printed on the black-coated edge. The advantage of this mouse is that we can not only use it with the receiver but also via bluetooth. This makes it quite versatile, not only for computers, but also for tablets or other compatible devices.


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Like all the other products of the company, the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​works with Razer Synapse, the official software that is capable of doing tricks like synchronizing the lighting pattern that we believe in all our Razer devices.

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Within the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​tabs we find four sections:


Those who are skeptical of this type of device in the face of the inconvenience of running out of battery at the worst moment, in the event that it happens it will happen to you after a long period of time given the extreme performance that the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​is capable of. take out your pile.

Regarding its price, the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​costs € 69.99. This can be cheap or expensive depending on how you look at it. If we take into account its features, the price is very competitive for a wireless mouse focused on gaming.

It is true that there can always be users who find a wireless mouse of € 70 as a bad option compared to other wired models with the same type of features at a lower price, although it is a question that varies depending on the user.

If what you have in mind is a competitive wireless mouse for less than € 100, without a doubt the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed ​​is a good candidate to consider. Your software, manufacturing materials, design, and sensor options work in your favor.

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