Razer Deathadder Ergonomic Gaming Mouse
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- 6400dpi 4G Optical Sensor
- Improved Ergonomics with Rubber Side Grips
- Razer Synapse 2 Software
- 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response
- On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
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The Razer DeathAdder features a 6400 dpi optical sensor capable of accurate tracking with zero interpolation. The iconic right-handed ergonomic design remains the same, but is improved with rubber side grips for better mouse control. Razer Synapse rounds off the Razer DeathAdder package – delivering capabilities such as driver settings saved in the cloud, surface calibration, Z-axis tracking, and more.
Pro-Gamer Yiliang Peng Uses the Razer DeathAdder
“I've used the Razer DeathAdder exclusively since I joined CLG, and the latest CLG DeathAdder is my new mouse of choice. They kept everything I liked about the older model but made some small improvements which I enjoy. Long time DeathAdder users will quickly point out the new rubber side grips which feel really nice and help to even further improve your control with the mouse.” - Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng Team CLG | League of Legends
Intuitive Ergonomic Design
Since its first inception, the Razer DeathAdder continues to offer gamers the most comfortable gaming experience ever. Its contours and curves are perfectly designed to fit snugly under your palm, or control just as well with a claw-grip. The mouse is designed in a matte black finish that prevents sweat build-up and promotes better grip.
From Razer’s very first gaming mouse to now, our mice buttons are designed to be hair-trigger sensitive. This means as soon as you think it, your finger has already mouse clicked it. Utilising highly durable micro-switches, there is a pronounced tactile feedback to your fingertips with each actuation, so you get the absolute assurance that you’re winning with precision.
6400 dpi 4G Optical Sensor
The Razer DeathAdder is equipped with a 6400 dpi 4G optical sensor – the highest native DPI optical sensor available on any gaming mouse today with zero interpolation. It is capable of mouse movements of up to 200 inches per second and 50 g acceleration, meaning you can move it at either fast or slow speeds, and it will always respond onscreen with exacting accuracy and the organic fluidity only possible with an optical sensor. The Razer DeathAdder’s sensor is also capable of tracking Z-axis to as low as 1 mm on most surfaces. This is perfect for low-sense gamers who can then set tracking to cut-off as soon as they lift their mice, ensuring consistent in-game control all the time.
Green LED Lighting
The Razer DeathAdder features bright green lighting on the mouse scroll wheel and logo for enjoyable gaming in dimly-lit conditions.
Better Grip, Better Play
We discovered that as a highly favored mouse of many pro-gamers, what they loved about it more than anything was its snug fit to hand and intuitive button placements. With the latest iteration of the Razer DeathAdder, we added rubber-textured side grips so whether you’re a low-sense gamer who has to lift the mouse constantly, or a high-sense twitch player making sudden, sharp movements, these grips deliver even more active control and guarantees the mouse stays firmly in hand at all times.
Razer Synapse Enabled
Enhance your Razer DeathAdder experience with Razer Synapse, Razer’s hardware configurator with online cloud support. From sensitivity to lift-off tracking to surface calibration, you get to customise every detail to be saved in the cloud, so you can play at your best in an instant, wherever you are. By also keeping your peripherals at their best via automatic driver and firmware updates, Razer Synapse helps keep you on top of your game, all the time.
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Top Customer Reviews
The first day I got the mouse it took me around 2 days to get used to the shape, and when you do you really have a slight advantage over others. Within the box you get a disk which includes the 'Razer Synapse 2.0' where you can change your DPI settings from 100 to 6400. You can also switch off the lights from the program, and you can optimize your mouse for which mousepad it uses, ofcourse it has to be some sort of a razer mousepad.
I would definitely recommend this product, worth the price and is well built. It is strong. I have dropped it a few times and it is still going like it's new.
A lot of settings
Right handed mouse (sorry left handers)
You will take 1 - 2 days to get used to the shape
This product is worth the price.
If I had a gripe, I'd have to say the build quality could be better but this would probably add to the weight. I ordered a 2nd mouse for work to use with my Windows PC and the quality was poor. Noisy scroll wheel & the feel and touch was off. It seemed pre-used. Plus, the surface had a scratch which allowed the LED light to emit through it. But great service from Amazon as always and I received my replacement the next day.
Oh..a second gripe is that the Synapse software saves your settings in the cloud. If you plan on using this at work, check with your IT dept if they allow 3rd party software to be installed and if it can get out to the cloud through your corporate internet proxy server. You'll need it to configure the sensitivity levels. I'm still working on a hack to allow the software to access the web from my corporate network..
Don't be thinking this mouse will feel cheap (the image may suggest so if you've never used one), the mouse has a lovely weight to it and it has an awesome surface.
I went from Razer Abyssus (mirror) to this Deathadder 2013, and I've been destroying people on Battlefield now :D It is not even funny (from 10%-11% accuracy to 16% -> 23% area).
If you're currently using a mouse which has a boat'esque ( [front____back_/ <-- like that) shaped rear end (facing your palm) that means your mouse "hop" pivot will feel a bit awkward as the Deathadder has a tail sort of thing going on, within one day you should be used to it.
Now onto the important part: The click.
When I clicked it for the first time, it felt so good; my girlfriend was blown through the wall and the aftershock was felt in Madagascar. It's pretty damn nice.
Note about the seller:
Thee seller of this item is the Amazon Parcel God "Bubblewrapittus" him/herself. Not even a microbe had landed on the box containing the mouse.
Unfortunately, after doing all the hard work Razer have failed in a couple of very obvious ways:
1) There are no dedicated DPI switching buttons - something I consider unforgivable on any high end gaming mouse.
2) The Razer Synapse 2.0 software is just bad. It has a number of excellent ideas, but the execution is seriously lacking.
For instance, Razer included a "DPI Clutch" feature, which allows the scroll wheel to cycle through the DPI settings when pressed down. However, they neglected to make this feature additional (eg. no way to have the back button go back when pressed, clutch when held. It must be one or the other), or overwrite the original function of the mouse wheel, so if you try to use it in a game where the wheel is bound to a command you'll find yourself cycling weapons whilst trying to change the DPI. These are stupid mistakes, and really mar the experience.
The reason I bought this mouse is because the cheap £10 mouse from Gigabyte after a few months decided to give up the use of of one of its thumb buttons and the sensitivity was not customisable enough for my liking.
This is the first Razer product I have ever bought. For the high, but surprisingly affordable price tag (considering all the other expensive gaming mice available), I expected a quality, premium product. I was not let down and it surpassed my high expectations by a long way. From the packaging, to the robust plastic unique material of the mouse itself, Razer justifies its premium brand selling point. As soon as I laid my right hand on the mouse (it is designed for a rightie, but I have tried and can be used with surprising comfort with a left hand) it fitted my hand - to use the cliche simile - like a glove. I have never experienced this level of instant comfort and relaxation of the hand muscles with any other mouse. The thumb buttons are, like the mouse as a whole, larger than most mice out there which is ideal for me because I hate small mice with midget sized buttons. The act of clicking has a perfect balanced feel of sensitivity and resistance. The mouse wheel is rubberized (and does not make a scratchy sound like some mice) like the two grips either side of the mouse and reinforce your grip on the device, which is most noticable while playing games. On the gaming side, performance in FPS games in particular have been massively more comfortable and successful in-game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely dreadful scroll wheel. I wish I had taken the time to see that this weakness is well documented. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Steven S.
Performance was fine, however the left click button stuck in the on the position within a couple of weeks. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Mouse is very good and comfortable. Razer Synapse? Not so much.Published 28 days ago by Jack Isaacs
After about a years use, the scroll wheel has just collapsed in to the mouse.
Other than that the mouse is great.
Despite not using this as much as I originally thought I would it very quickly began to suffer from the same double click or no click problems that I have previously experienced... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer