Both of these mice serve the large handed gamer, both have ergonomic shapes, both have flawless sensors.

The Mamba Wireless has a more comfortable shape as the Rival 600 is a little bit of a long boi mouse that some people might not like.

The buttons on the Rival 600 are better than the Mamba Wireless.

These mice are similar in price but the Mamba Wireless has wireless connectivity, I'm giving the edge the Mamba Wireless the recco here for value.

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Mouse nameSteelseries Rival 600Razer Mamba Wireless
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Length13.1cm12.57 cm
Width6.2cm7 cm
Height4.3cm4.32 cm
Weight96g106 g
Buttons2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
1 side sniper button
2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
2 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
SensorTrueMove 3 Optical Gaming Sensor
Second height sensor
Razer 5G Sensor
ShapeErgonomicErgonomic
Cable/WirelessSoft rubber cableWireless
Battery LifeN/A50 hours
SoftwareSteelseries Game Engine Software:
RGB lighting settings including add-on PrismSync options
DPI/CPI stepping
Polling Rate
Acceleration
Angle Snapping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Macro recording
Razer Synapse:
Surface tuning
Lift off distance
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
Warranty2 year warranty2 year warranty
ProsGreat shape
Solid buttons
Good weight for size
Reasonable price
Really good battery life @ 50 hours
Great comfortable shape for large/medium hands
Good rubber side grips
Flawless sensor
Place to store USB dongle
Good build quality
ConsSecond sensor doesn't seem to make a huge difference in performance
Wireless 650 version is heavy
Soft and mushy clicks
Weight imbalance near the back of the mouse
Account needed to use software

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