Razer Deathadder Chroma 10000DPI Gaming Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Razer Deathadder Chroma 10000DPI Gaming Mouse Review


The Razer Deathadder is one of the longest lasting names and designs in the peripheral world. Many Razer mice have come and gone, but the famous ergonomics and longevity mean that the Deathadder is probably second only to the Boomslang as the most famous Razer product there is.

The design of the Deathadder has survived so well because it was extremely comfortable to begin with, and the brand name has made it through thanks to Razer's constant upgrading of the sensor. It wasn't that long ago that the 3G version seemed to be beyond most peoples capability, and now we have a mouse with a massive, whopping, barely believable 10000 DPI Optical sensor. If that doesn't make your palms sweaty what will?

Technical Specifications

Beyond the insane sensor specifications, and for all the doubters the Avago 3989 that is at the heart of the Deathadder is native 10000DPI, no interpolation, the Deathadder is the size and shape you all know so well, but boosted with the inclusion of the Chroma lighting which allows you to match the LEDs to any colour of your choosing.

Razer Deathadder Chroma 10000DPI Gaming Mouse Review  

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24-08-2015, 06:07:08

Nice review Bryan but i'm still rocking my 2012 naga and its as good as when I 1st got it Quote

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