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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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB||USB||USB||Wired, USB||USB||usb|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB||USB||USB 2.0||USB||USB|
|Item Dimensions||1.7 x 5 x 2.7 in||2.5 x 4.6 x 1.5 in||2.95 x 4.65 x 1.54 in||6.3 x 2.6 x 8.7 in||2.56 x 6.34 x 8.79 in||2.76 x 5.23 x 1.8 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||3.84 ounces||5.29 ounces||0.85 lb||0.82 lb||4.59 ounces|
|Platform||Windows, Mac||Windows 7, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional||Windows||Not Machine Specific||Mac||Windows 8, Mac OS X, Windows 7|
The Razer DeathAdder is the weapon of choice for gamers seeking a combination of comfort and unbridled gaming precision. Enjoy extended gaming sessions in comfort with its right-handed ergonomic form factor crafted for the world of competitive gaming. When the difference between victory and defeat is determined in between heartbeats, the 3500dpi (dots per inch) Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor translates your every movement into frags with pinpoint accuracy.
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The Razer DeathAdder is the weapon of choice for gamers seeking a combination of comfort and unbridled gaming precision. Enjoy extended gaming sessions in comfort with its right-handed ergonomic form factor crafted for the world of competitive gaming. When the difference between victory and defeat is determined in between heartbeats, the 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor translates your every movement into frags with pinpoint accuracy.
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
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The connection has never lagged for me, even for a second, and the grip is very comfortable - it's compatible with claw, finger-tip, or palm type grips as the mouse is fairly large, but still comfortable and easy to maneuver with my small (teenage :C) hands.
However, my game tastes (and the gaming industry) have changed and I need a mouse with higher DPI.
The only thing that's seem to be "broken" is the scroll wheel. It hasn't seem to be working properly for some time now - every time I scroll up it keeps "jumping" down, even when I do it slowly by increments. It's very annoying but I can get used to it since you don't need to scroll in video games, and most of the time that's what I'm doing.
I love(d) the blue breathing light as I often turned off the lights and kept playing games to not wake up my parents (they're Asian, they notice every single detail and almost wake up to anything I do), so that helped me find the mouse in the dark. However I have a new desk and entirely new computer now (from laptop to desktop, finally), and I have a keyboard tray and can't see the awesome glow. It's still a nice plus though.
I'm probably going to upgrade to a Razer Chroma when sales come around. However, I highly recommend this to any casual and hardcore gamer.
Now, to find a headset equivalent to this mouse...
1. To unlock all functionality, you need to install Razer's software and register for an account. Great, another icon in the system tray and a user registration.
2. The software is buggy. There's always something: If it's not crashing, it's not saving the settings properly.
3. The mouse itself is shoddily made. The cord is excellent, but the body doesn't feel premium. The mouse eventually skips - not in cursor movement but in clicking. That is, if you try to drag and drop something from point A to point C, it will release at point B. You can google "razer mouse skipping" if you want to see.
Anyways, these are inexcusable for a mouse of this price. I've had better experiences with $10 Microsoft mice. Two stars and not one just because the cord is so nice.
I had used my first mouse for over three years so I thought it gave me a good run and eagerly ordered another. Unfortunately the scroll wheel started showing the same symptoms around a year of even less use. No issues with the left click yet, but I won't be purchasing the Deathadder again.
The plus of the mouse is it's lack of height compared to others which allows your wrist some comfort. The mouse also works well while it lasts. The downside is you have less than 2 years with it each time.
The first one died spontaneously after 4 months of use. Razer wanted me to pay for shipping to Germany to get it replaced under warranty. Buying a new one was actually cheaper in my case.
The second one started having scroll wheel issues after approximately 6 months of use, where it would randomly go the opposite direction whenever I'm scrolling. So I threw the mouse in the drawer and bought a Logitech.
Back then I only had a PC, and this year I bought a laptop as I recently moved away from home, and on weekends where I would come and visit my family I would bring my laptop with me. So, I dug my old deathadder from the drawer to use it with the laptop because I like scrolling with the MacBook's trackpad better, anyway.
One month after using the deathadder with my laptop the left click button started getting mushy, as in, it's not clicky anymore, and in rare cases, wouldn't register the click. It also has a tendency to right click as well! This is infuriating and I will never be buying another Razer product ever again.
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