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The DeathAdder is an entry-level ergonomic gaming mouse from Razer.

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Pros

Comfortable in your hand

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Extremely accurate sensor

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On-the-Fly DPI adjustments

11 agree

Comes in a left-handed version

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cheap price for its quality

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Large thumb buttons

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Nice design

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High quality materials

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Trust worthy brand

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now comes in a left handed version

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Cons

Scrolling is not always precise

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Long term reliability issues

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Could use more than 1800 DPI max

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Poor firmware/driver support

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The DeathAdder is an entry-level ergonomic gaming mouse from Razer. Available in right- and left-handed versions, it utilizes the same 3500dpi infrared sensor as the ambidextrous Abyssus – higher-end Razer models offer laser sensors operating at up to 5600 dpi. The DeathAdder features five programmable buttons, while the Abyssus offers three. Both models feature 1000Hz Ultrapolling, which reduces response time to 1 ms. Sensitivity can be adjusted on-the-fly. Razer's mid-range ergonomic gaming mouse, the Imperator, adds on-board memory and two more programmable buttons in addition to a laser sensor.

Features
  • Ergonomic right-handed design
  • 3500dpi 3.5G infrared sensor
  • 5 programmable Hyperesponse buttons
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling (1ms response)
  • On-the-fly sensitivity adjustment
  • Always-On mode
  • 16-bit data path
  • Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet
  • 7ft cable
Model Variations
  • Razer DeathAdder Left-Hand Edition: ergonomic left-handed design
Post Review
Pierre Vigier
11/20/2013 12:20

I have that mouse since about one year now, it's working really great. Sensor is really precise, and that mouse is really comfortable, even after using it a long period of time.

Gt-d
08/20/2008 09:33

I have the Razer Diamondback, which is of course both left and right handed, and I find it plenty comfortable - but had this been on the market when I got my mouse I probably would have gone for a right handed version over the regular universal one. It took a while to get used to the neutral design and was uncomfortable at first.

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