Razer DeathAdder Pro Reviews

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Razer DeathAdder Review X-bit labs -- Apr 05 '07

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"If you’re a gamer and want a comfortable mouse, the DeathAdder will serve you well but our advice is to just plug in the DeathAdder and don’t even bother with the software. It’s a hassle to get it to work, and then it’s a hassle to have to open a software utility to change the mouse’s sensitivity. We’ve been living with this feature (DPI switching) on our Logitech mouse for the past few years, and having to use software to do the same thing just feels old school to us. If you must have DPI buttons, check out the Habu, which is only $10 USD more and looks to be the same shape as the DeathAdder plus DPI buttons."
"If you're a fan of Razer's previous mice like the Copperhead and Diamondback, then be warned that the DeathAdder feels nothing like them. But if you've always wanted the performance of Razer's lineup in a much more ergonomic shape, this mouse is calling your name. The DeathAdder tracks like a dream, looks great, and feels comfortable to boot."
"Razer has rebuilt the 2013 DeathAdder on a proven winning formula for providing us an even better device. Thanks to the textured matte finish we now have better grip on the top of the mouse (including the left and right click buttons) and as we have seen at the Taipan, but also at the Ouroboros with its interchangeable side panels, we have now some rubber strips on the sides which will experience noticeable less wear compared to thin rubber surfaces."
"It could have been a combination of my newly found confidence and my eagerness of wanting to kick some butt that boosted my play, but I do have to give a lot of the credit to the DeathAdder. The right handed mouse just feels better in the hand than the other Razer mice and that I have finally found a mouse that will conform to my style of play instead of me having to conform to the mouse. This combined with the improved performance of the tracking and the ability to adjust the dpi and polling rate makes it a deadly combonation that will be hard to beat."
"Today we look at a gaming mouse, from gamer-friendly company Razer. The DeathAdder recently had an upgrade, and we'll take it through the paces to see what it is all about. "

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