|Item model number||RZ01-03350100-R3U1|
|Item Weight||4.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.86 x 1.68 x 5 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.86 x 1.68 x 5 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||September 22, 2020|
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Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor - 3x Faster Than Mechanical Optical Switch - Chroma RGB Lighting - 70 Hr Battery Life - 8 Programmable Buttons - Classic Black
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- Focus plus 20K DPI Optical Sensor: Auto-calibrates across mouse mat and reduces cursor drift from lift-off and landing for industry-leading precision
- 25% Faster Than Competing Wireless Mice: Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology brings together extreme low-latency and interference reduction for true wireless freedom
- Immersive, Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Supports 16.8 million colors w, included preset profiles; syncs with gameplay and Razer Chroma-enabled peripherals and Philips Hue products
- 70 Hours of Intense Gaming: With the benefit of dual connectivity, enjoy up to 120 hours of battery life in Bluetooth mode, or up to 70 hours of ultra-fast performance when switching to HyperSpeed Wireless
- 88g Lightweight Design: Redesigned for better FPS gaming in the most iconic, ergonomic design on the market
- Connectivity technology: USB
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What is the form factor of the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro?
The Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro features a unique right-handed ergonomic shape.
Does the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro have a tilt click scroll wheel?
No, the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro does not feature a tilt click scroll wheel. But the scroll wheel also has a lower scroll resistance that feels easier and lighter to use.
How do I remap buttons and customize settings for the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro?
In order to configure button mappings, macros, lighting effects and more, you’ll have to first download and install Razer Synapse 3.
Does the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro work with the charging dock for my Razer Viper Ultimate or Razer Basilisk Ultimate?
Yes. You can use the charging dock to replenish your mouse’s battery and to extend the reach of your USB wireless dongle.
What does the button at the bottom of the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro do?
By default, this button allows you to toggle across different onboard profiles saved onto your mouse. With Razer Synapse 3, you can reconfigure this like any other button on the mouse.
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With over 10 million Razer DeathAdders sold, the most celebrated and awarded gaming mouse in the world has earned its popularity through its exceptional ergonomic design. Perfectly suited for a palm grip, it also works well with claw and fingertip styles. The Razer DeathAdder V2 continues this legacy, retaining its signature shape while shedding more weight for quicker handling to improve your gameplay. Going beyond conventional office ergonomics, the optimized design also provides greater comfort for gaming—important for those long raids or when you’re grinding your rank on ladder.
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It had a similar feel to my previous mouse (although surface was a little rougher) but was quite comfortable in my hand.
After plugging it in, I was prompted to install the Razer Synapse 3 software to configure it. Installation was easy and they finally included a "Guest" option that doesn't require a Razer account, which was a nice change.
This was where things started to go downhill. I rebooted my machine to finish installing the software and noticed it took 5 additional seconds to shut down and boot into Windows. I figured it was just taking additional time to finish installing the software.
This was not the case - the Razer Synapse software added 5s to both startup and shutdown times on a system with a fast PCIE SSD that normally takes a few seconds total.
I uninstalled the software and rebooted again - low and behold my startup/shutdown times were back to normal.
I re-downloaded the software from Razer and reinstalled. It again added the 5s.
This is unacceptable - I also noticed it using significant system resources when idle.
I figured - oh well crappy software, but I can probably work around it. So I went into Razer Synapse and set up the mouse and saved my profile to the onboard memory. I disabled Razer Synapse from automatically starting during startup and exited the program.
It was about then that I noticed the mouse was doing the "color wheel" effect where it cycles between different colors. It didn't save my lighting settings!
I looked around on the forums and apparently this is by design - the onboard memory does not support saving macros or lighting effects (even a simple static color). In one post a Razer representative gave a BS answer about on-board memory being limited. In this day and age NAND is extremely cheap and adding a few bits (hell even doubling the on-board memory) would cost less than a cent. The truth is, the mouse was poorly designed.
This is all not to mention that my previous Razer DeathAdder Chroma supported saving lighting effects to on-board memory. Completely unacceptable!!! I am returning this mouse and sticking with my old one until I can find another suitable replacement.
The Value: 7/10
This mouse is more on the expensive side, but wow did it come in quick. One day shipping, impressive.
The Shape: 10/10
I loved the design of the first Deathadder, and it still reigns supreme. I have huge hands (easily can palm a professional basketball) and I’ve struggled with “esports mice,” notably the Glorious Model O Wireless. Button placement is great and it’s perfect for right-handed users.
The Buttons/Clicks: 9/10
The buttons and clicks feel a bit hollower compared to the Deathadder 2013. There’s just a slight more space needed to register a click. This is not a big issue and I’ve adapted fine. Response times are really quick with the new technology.
The Quality: 10/10
The mouse is really well-built. The rubberized sides feel good. It’s pretty much the Viper Ultimate specs with a different shell. It’s lighter than the Deathadder 2013 by 20 or so grams, so overall a great mouse.
The Software: 6/10
Here’s where everybody dumps their complaints. I know, the software requiring a login is dumb and invasive. It’s part of a higher-level product offering ploy. The fact that upon first plugging in the mouse, the computer pops up with an install for synapse and slows the computer down. I get it. My advice: setup an account, make your changes to RGB (which mine is off anyway), DPI, polling rate, etc., program multiple profiles using the onboard memory (in this case I have two DPI’s), then request to delete all of your user data through synapse. Delete account, uninstall synapse, then continue to live your life. You’ll be ok. If your worries about a gaming peripherals company “stealing and selling your data,” you’d be surprised of how much of your information you actually give on a daily basis just walking around in public with your Bluetooth on. Logitech has the same issue, so it’s rather hard to avoid.
Tl;dr: Great ergo wireless mouse, bad software with easy workaround. Great for people who don’t like the ambidextrous esports gaming mouse shape.
Moreover, Razer Synapse itself is a bloatware which consumes your PC's processing resources while it's running in the background. Synapse also has questionable security posture. Can it be exploited by malicious hackers or software? Does it make your computer less secure? This is unclear. All we know is that it's there to collect your private data and 'phone home'.
In summary, I think this data collection practice is a gross over reach which we consumers should not tolerate. There are many fantastic gaming mouse products and brands out there that do not overreach when it comes to user data privacy. We should support those companies.
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-El mouse es grande, yo al verlo en la foto pensé que sería pequeño, pero no, es grande, si tienes mano pequeña posiblemente lo sientas incomodo, pero nada a lo que no te puedas acostumbrar.
-No tiene ajustador de DPI, ya que este es el Essential, es el mouse de gama baja/entrada que tiene razer. Sin embargo, puedes ajustar el botón del scroll (la ruedita se puede presionar y hace click) para ajustar los niveles de DPI ya que yo en lo personal, uso los botones del pulgar (los laterales) para otras funciones.
-Estéticamente es muy bello, tanto el logo de Razer y el scroll prenden de un color muy hermoso, me estoy enamorando de las cosas blancas y este mouse es muy bonito.
Ahora bien, dicho lo anterior, van mis sentimientos encontrados y la parte "negativa".
Yo uso a la par de este, un Logitech G502. Este lo compre porque estuvo en oferta en $499. Lo compré principalmente para jugar videojuegos, busqué por todos lados y en ningún lugar dice que tipo de SENSOR tiene. Razer en su pagina oficial presume un "SENSOR DE 6200 DPI" ¡¿Pero eso qué?! ¡YA BASTA DE PENSAR QUE UN MOUSE SE PUEDE VENDER POR LA CANTIDAD DE DPI! es el sensor lo que importa. Yo no conozco a nadie que use mas de 2000dpi ni para trabajar/navegar o jugar.
Investigando por mucho tiempo, descubrí que parece ser tiene un PIXART 3329 o PIXART 3328. No tiene 3360 ni el famoso 3389.
El mouse a la hora de jugar, se comporta bien, aun que no diga que tipo de sensor tiene, funciona bien para juegos, tiene un frecuencia de 1000hz, algo RECOMENDABLE en todos los mouses. En pocas palabras, funciona perfectamente para juegos, no noté ninguna diferencia al g502.
Por ultimo. LOS CLICKS.
Este mouse tiene el click izquierdo y derecho DEMASIADO FEOS, es una sensación de mouse barato, pero de esos que venden en $200 de logitech. Sinceramente el sentirlo, se siente mal, de baja calidad. Hoy en día los mouses duran de 20 hasta 50 millones de clicks, este se vende como "10millones" algo, sencillamente bajo. Tanto por la cantidad de clicks que soporta y por la calidad que se siente, dudo que te duren mas de 1 año.
-Si el mouse lo encuentras en menos de $500, compralo, es un buen mouse y mas si eres agarre de PALM GRIP. Pero si lo vas a comprar porque es Razer y vale $800 O MAS! definitivamente NO LO COMPRES. Vete por un G203 de logitech. Tiene mejor calidad y un buen sensor.
The actual mouse design itself is wonderful, it fits perfectly in the hand, is very lightweight for the size and the braided cable has minimal drag. It also syncs nicely with Razer's Synapse software allowing you to customise the buttons, adjust the sensitivity and alter the brightness of the LED lights. Strangely it also allows you to reduce the poll rate from the standard 1000 to 500, and I can't think of any conceivable reason why someone would want to do this.
And big kudos to them for making their product in white for those of us with white desktop aesthetics. It's a really stylish, sleek looking device that walks that line between minimal and gamer device well.
However, it wouldn't be a Razer product if it didn't come with some sort of build issue, and in this case the mouse wheel squeaks. Not constantly, but often enough to be noticeable and very annoying. The mouse wheel itself rotates smoothly and I haven't experienced any performance issues but the squeak, oh the squeak. I will be taking apart soon and attempt to fix but it's just a disappointingly typical experience when buying Razer peripherals.
However, I'm very letdown by the build quality, as expected from Razer products they can be a little lackluster.
If you want an upgrade to your current mouse, give this one a miss and buy something that is better quality.
- Decent price.
- Good quality and texture.
- Bright adjustable lighting.
- Decently sized for big hands.
- Nice cable.
- NO RUBBER SIDEGRIPS! They're plastic and litereally don't do anything at all, it is really uncomfortable to hold and use if your hands get sweaty.
- VERY sqeuaky mousewheel, I use the mousewheel quite frequently and after one MONTH of using this mouse, the squeak is driving me insane when scrolling down.
- Sometimes clicking the mousewheel can result in scrolling instead. (depends how you hold your mouse)