Razer mice have three types of sensors, dual, laser and optical, and its ergonomic shape is designed to support the flow of your hand. The Razer Deathadder mouse is the bestseller, as well as the cheapest, and features an optical sensor, rubber side grips and syncs all of your mouse settings stored in the Cloud.
A new infrared 3500DPI sensor forms the core of an updated Razer Deathadder and an updated Razer Salmosa, the Razer Abyssus. Their predecessors were good mice, with some small issues.
Together with Razer Synapse: Stats & Heatmaps, the Razer DeathAdder Chroma provides gamers precise details such as game time, button presses, distance moved and even how much overall pressure was exerted while gaming. This incredible amount of technical tracking data coupled with the upgraded ultra accurate sensor allows gamers to tweak the Razer DeathAdder Chroma to their individual play style and further increase their accuracy more than with any other mouse on the planet.
If you aren’t clued up with technological jargon, then look away now for a few seconds. The Razer Deathadder boasts a huge 3500 dpi compared to standard mice, which have a measly 800 dpi. You might not notice the difference between 800 and 1800 dpi but when you change the dpi on the mouse to 3500 you can immediately tell the difference, the tracking is fantastic and the response rate is an astonishing 1 millisecond. Sensitivity can be changed “On the fly”, making it easy to adjust in game. The Deathadder has a 7-foot braided cable, which is said to be non-tangle but haven’t really seen much difference apart from the material. Another nice touch is the gold-plated USB, which allows faster data-transfer from mouse to computer.
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Modified: 08 Nov 2012 01:53 AM