Razer Deathadder Chroma 10000DPI Gaming Mouse Review
Published: 24th August 2015 | Source: Razer | Price: £64.99 @ OCUK |
Software and Lighting
The Synapse 2.0 software installs quickly and starts off with the regulation tweaks and fiddling that every bit of software you've ever seen is capable of. Everything is where you expect to find it, and each page appears sharply.
With a sensor capable of such stratospheric numbers as the Avago 3989 then the ability to tame it for mere mortals is always a welcome one. The one-click "send this colour to all my Razer devices" part of the software remains as inspired and useful as it was when we first discovered it.
The software comes with inbuilt support for a variety of Razer mouse mats. We were expecting the Firefly to be amongst them but it isn't. Only regular surfaces need apply. Although the software happily calibrates on anything. It's still a small disappointment.
We are surprised that the Synapse 2.0 software doesn't allow for mouse coordinate recording, especially given the enormity of that sensor size and the positioning of the Deathadder in the Razer range. It's still very easy to use though, just not perhaps as fully-featured as we expected when it comes to macros.
The Deathadder will happily replicate any colour you wish, but its ability to do the more difficult colours really stands out from the pack.