Razer Deathadder Infrared Gaming Mouse
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- Ergonomic Right-Handed Design
- 1000Hz Ultra polling / 1ms response
- 7 Foot Lightweight, Braided Fiber Cable
- Gold-plated USB Connector
- Scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions
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The Razer DeathAdder is without a doubt Razer's best selling mouse with its unrivaled ergonomic form factor. After years of countless frags under its belt, Razer has added more muscle to the Razer DeathAdder with an improved 3500dpi 3.5G optical sensor.
Ergonomic Right-Handed Design
3500dpi Razer Precision™ 3.5G infrared sensor
- Razer DeathAdder 3500 dpi Gaming Mouse
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Quick Start Guide
- Master Guide
Razer Lycosa™ Gaming Keyboard Backlight Illumination
Non-slip rubber finish for optimum tactile comfort, fully-programmable keys with macro capability
Razer Megalodon™ Gaming Headset 7.1 Suround Sound
The definitive headset for gamers today, utilizing next-gen technologies and a DSP system with unheard-of power
| Razer Megasoma™ Professional Gaming Mat |
A hybrid of a hard and a soft mouse mat with a comfortable feel and smooth glide
Top Customer Reviews
Let me start this review with a bit of history. I bought the original death adder back in 2007. After putting my hand on this mouse at the local brick and mortar, I fell in love. I am a palm mouser, and I wear large/xlarge gloves. So my hands are on the larger size. This mouse is probably the most comfortable mouse I've EVER tried...and trust me, I've tried a TON of mice. The shape steals a lot from the intellimouse from microsoft, but it is somehow a lot more comfortable. So given how much I loved how this mouse felt in my hand, I never thought that razer would fail me in the quality control department. After a couple of weeks, the original Death Adder started squeaking. So much so that it was unbearable. After about 1 month of moderate use, the mouse completely failed me. It stopped working. I took it apart thinking it may be something simple. Nope, it just stopped working. Needless to say, I was heartbroken. This amazing piece of ergonomic supremacy was just a broken shell of a product. The innards were shoddy. Since then, having vowed to never get another razer product, I've tried hundreds of mice. Well, not quite hundreds, but quite a few. And all along, I was longing for the comfort of resting my hands on the death adder. Okay, I'm being a little bit melodramatic, but truly...there is no other mouse in the market that quite feels as good as the death adder, PERIOD. Whether you use the claw technique or the palm technique, the death adder is the perfect intersection of comfort, shape, weight and performance.
So this is why I have been so hesitant to review this product.Read more ›
The arc of the mouse is by far the most comfortable I've ever used, in that it actually follows the curve of one's hand how it instinctively would grab a mouse. It is also a right handed mouse, sorry southpaws, which adds to the comfort and control of the mouse. I can't say I know what the mouse grip is made out of, but it is completely slip resistant and oil resistant/absorbent. The sides of the mouse are a hard plastic and between the teflon feet and light weight of the mouse there is almost no resistance to movement.
I upgraded from a Logitech Revolution wireless mouse and wireless mice, while convenient, can't compete with the accuracy and precision that a wired mouse provides. My old wireless mouse would lag and skip across the screen and often when closing a program it would accidentally close the window behind it as well, which I never quite figured out why it did that (I'm guessing radio interference?). With the DeathAdder, I have not had that problem once and every click I make is exactly where I expect it to be.
I played with a Logitech G9 and MX518 as well as the Razer Salmosa, which all felt like solid and accurate mice, but they lacked the feel the DeathAdder has. The technical specs are important, but it doesn't really matter how accurate a mouse is if it still isn't comfortable to use. In short, I'm pretty happy I went this way. However, the Razer Salmosa was a close second, but it just seemed like a simple version of the original 3G DeathAdder.Read more ›
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I'm a Mac-user. I play games on it, use it for entertainment and sometimes even work. :) One thing I've disliked from Apple's design department for years- and still do dislike- it their absurd mouse design, especially their lack of utility for the Mac gamer! That being said, I've owned [over the years] a Microsoft Intellipoint, Logitech MX580 Laser (Logitech has notoriously horrible Mac drivers for the keyboards and mice! It was better, usually, to use third-party mouse and keyboard configuration utilities for their products) and started using Razer's gaming mice religiously starting with the wonderful Razer Boomslang. The disadvantage of the Boomslang was that it required constant cleaning- the tight design required for it's level of sensitivity meant the gunk buildup that required cleaning was fairly (read; very) regular- that's about the worst that I can say about that wonderful accessory! I later purchased a Razer Diamondback which served me for years. The flaw of that design was that it was ambidextrous, the side/thumb buttons on one side or the other were nigh unusable when it came down to split-second decisions in videogame firefights (aka "Death Matches", "Team Death Matches", etc). Another caveat was that Razer, as with most of their products, had no Mac drivers for the Diamondback. I installed the drivers for a similar mouse made for the Mac (Pro|Click) and they worked fine.
Enter the Razer DeathAdder 3500. Sure there was a Razer DeathAdder Mac Edition, but I missed out- I prefer the black edition anyway. Razer provides Mac and Windows drivers and Control Panel for the DeathAdder that prove easy to set up. The design of this mouse is on-spot!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it in 2011. I bought it because all the starcraft pros uses it. Yes, I can hit 100 APM with this mouse. No, I am not playing the starcraft. Just clicking to reach 100 APM. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Wendaddy
It is time to say goodbye to my dear Razer Deathadder mouse. RIP after 6 years of very looooooong use(sensor is messing up, scroll wheel isnt at best, buttons are worn)... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jonathan
This product is 4.5 stars, but the fakes like the one I was sent are less than 1 star. I own the actual product that I purchased from a Best Buy in 2012/13 and can do comparisons... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Matt B
Great mouse, but it could improve on the clicking sound because it's to loud. But in general the mouse is amazing, great product.Published 1 month ago by Eva Traxler
I've had the mouse for around 7-8 months. When I first plugged it in my computer, I fell in love with the response time and how well it fit in my hand. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
After five years of owning this mouse, I have come to love and trust this as a razer product. After its recent retirement from my use I have to strongly recommend this simple work... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sean
it just wasnt for me, to long and big in general, i now use a zowie ec2-a and its perfect sizePublished 2 months ago by Dave Smith