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Razer DeathAdder Chroma - Multi-Color Ergonomic Gaming Mouse - 10,000 DPI Sensor - Comfortable Grip - World's Most Popular Gaming Mouse
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- Perfectly designed to fit snugly under your palm, the ergonomic shape of the Razer DeathAdder Chroma gives gamers the most comfortable gaming experience ever, especially during the most testing of battles
- The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is equipped with a 10,000dpi optical sensor. It is capable of mouse movement speeds of up to 200 inches per second and 50g accelerationS
- Whether your playing at fast or low speeds, the Deathadder Chroma will always respond onscreen with exacting accuracy and the organic fluidity only possible with an optical sensor
- The Razer DeathAdder Chroma's sensor is also capable of tracking Z-axis to as low as 1mm on most surfaces including glass table tops. This is perfect for low-sense gamers who want to set tracking to cut-off as soon as they lift their mice
- Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options Whether you're in the mood for electric blue, pastel pink, or signature Razer green, you can now illuminate your Razer DeathAdder Chroma's scroll wheel and Razer logo just the way you want
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Favored by eSports athletes the world over, the Razer Death Adder has established itself globally as the best gaming mouse. Renowned for its ergonomic design, swift responsiveness, and rock-solid build quality, this beloved mouse embodies the absolute best elements a gamer needs to dominate in any game.
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The millions of colors that is is capable of displaying is completely pointless, but I do admit it looks pretty cool and the colors can be customized via Razer Synapse software.
I won't make any bold claims about this mouse improving my gaming performance as I've been gaming and using gaming mice my whole life so transitioning from one to another isn't going to do anything for me. I play mostly FPS games and RPGs and this mouse has been excellent for me. It's very comfortable and the sensor is very accurate. I sometimes, well very rarely I should say, had an issue with the sensor on my Lachesis but I've owned this mouse for over a year and I've yet to experience any sensor issues.
One thing I should point out is that right after Amazon's return policy expired, I began having a double click issue with this mouse. Sometimes when I would left click, it would register twice. This was extremely annoying. I would shoot more times than I would have to in shooters and when I would click to select a file, it would double click and open it instead. I was so disappointed that I spent so much money on a brand new mouse, the return policy was over, and I'd probably have to contact the manufacturer and get a refurbished one as a replacement.
I contacted Razer and they replied within 24 hours. I already told them I tried uninstalling and re-installing the software as well as testing the mouse on different computers. The customer support person asked me to try updating the device's firmware and linked me to it. Lo and behold, this simple firmware update fixed my issue. It was a huge relief to find out that it wasn't a hardware issue or a manufacturing one.
Lastly, I do dislike the Razer Synapse software (and unfortunately you're forced to use it to keep the device updated and I had to use it to update the firmware) but I've learned to deal with it. Aside from popping up letting you know that there is an update available, it isn't obtrusive. At least it gives you the option to create custom profiles per application which is nice.
Other reviewers have also pointed this out about the mouse. I am in the process of starting an RMA to hopefully get a new mouse as i am within the 2 year limited warranty, but i am also planning on looking for another mouse as the replacement mouse is more than likely going to also develop the same issue.
I triple checked my drivers and software. I unplugged the mouse and made sure the port was clear of all debris. I very gently cleaned the mouse itself with a q-tip. Yet every day since the issue began it's only gotten worse.
I replaced the mouse with a Razer Deathadder Elite in August 2018 and it too is already starting to fail at THREE MONTHS OLD. Razer products weren't this fragile in the past - what happened? Of course there's no refund to be had since the warranty will only cover a replacement and not the money. Enjoy my hundred bucks I guess :/
I love the feel and performance of the mouse when it's new, but the internals are very very cheap, and the longevity has been abysmal for me.
update: Literally 2 days after writing this the mouse wheel stopped scrolling completely, and the 2nd mouse button only works about 1/30th of the time. I pulled out an mx518 to use while I wait for a better replacement. The 518 is like 10 years old and I used it for like 6. They say the build quality problems at razer are a myth. Only myth ever I have experienced first hand. Seems like pure facts to me
Update # 2 Razer RMA process is very simple and they stand behind their products. I love the mouse, and if they fix it I will update to 5 stars. Maybe I did get a bad one, it can happen. We will see.
The scroll wheel button will stop working within a year. To fix it you just have to pound on it for awhile, sorta like "spamming" the button. Then it will start working again for awhile, until you need to spam it again. It's bizarre. This is the second Razer mouse I've had that did this same thing.
Check out another brand. The quality of these is horrible.
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Before buying this mouse, I was a bit wary about the mouse cracking, which is something that I've seen in other places online. This was a concern for me since I play a lot of video games (FPS and MOBA), but after a year of serious use I have yet to see any signs of cracking or other forms of major wear and tear. I imagine that as long as you try to keep your mouse clean and avoid slamming the mouse buttons as hard as possible with every click, you should be ok. With mice, a lot of it depends on how well it fits your hand, so your mileage may vary, but as far as quality goes this is a great mouse.
El mouse es muuy cómodo, tanto por tamaño como por textura, a mí que tengo las manos grandes me vienen muy bien. Al inicio dudé mucho por comprarlos, pero lo vi en una rebaja a $923 MNX (por importación) y me decidí a comprarlo. El software de Razer es muy intuitivo para configurar tanto los DPIs como los efectos RGB.
Ahora bien, en mi caso el tema del diseño fue lo que más me gustó y por lo que decidí a pagar tanto y no me arrepiento, pero si tu presupuesto es más limitado y quieres obtener un mouse similar en cuanto a ergonomía se refiere, te recomendaría los Logitech M560 son casi igual de cómodos y además inalámbricos.
Ahora bien, si es la primera vez que compras uno de estos, prepárate porque seguramente después quieras ir por un teclado retroiluminado (
After 2 years of use, I started to have problems with the tracking of the cursor. Intermittently the cursor would stop tracking and cause me to lose in FPS games. Razer had me update the firmware, which helped for a couple months then died. I believe i had one more attempt with support. Eventually, I had to replace with Logitech. This was my 3rd razer mouse purchase in around 4 years. Will not be going back to razer.