Razer Deathadder 1800dpi Gaming Mouse
Published: 11th May 2007 | Source: Razer | Price: |The Mouse
The Deathadder is very similar (if not the same) shape as the Microsoft Habu mouse (my current weapon of choice). However upon using the both of them, the Deathadder does seem to sit a touch lower whereas the Habu is more rounded. They both weigh about the same and employ Teflon feet in order to glide around the gaming surface.
Although it’s purely aesthetic, I also prefer the design of the Deathadder’s buttons and back over the Habu. There is a seamless transition between the mouse body and buttons, whereas the Habu adopts a more traditional approach. It all adds to the sleek design and smooth feel of the mouse! Very impressive!
If you have owned Razer mice before, then you will be familiar with their software.
There hasn’t been much change with the Deathadder software and it is still very user friendly as expected. Options include the amending of the overall sensitivity settings and more custom areas such as X and Y axis amendment, acceleration, windows mouse speed etc.
As with previous Razer mice, there is 5 profile settings where the user can specify the DPI and Polling Rate used, linking this to their on-the-fly sensitivity settings.
Overall the software is easy to use and offers the user plenty of options in which to customise their mouse.