Summary: I' not sure that the overall build quality amounts to the price tag, but that said it's not bad. As a gaming mouse, it won't be taking over from my TacTX anytime soon, but as the only dedicated left handed mouse I have ever used or seen, it is more than a worthy backup. I'm still enjoying the novelty of being able to use the buttons on the side which up until now have always sat in the palm of my hand !
Summary: This is a fairly comfortable left-hand mouse. It doesn't have too many buttons (which I like, because extra buttons tend to constrict my hand in weird ways and even cause pain), it's contoured, and there's a glowing light if you're into that sort of thing. The only caveat is that it's unnecessarily tall. Your hand will wrap comfortably around it, but that's not a good thing (from an ergonomic standpoint).
Summary: one of the crappiest scroll wheels ive ever used. my old mouse was getting unresponsive and the paint was chipping so i invested in a razer mouse. over all i would say this is not worth the [price] but a good mouse none the less. some features u wont even use incluse the 3500 dpi and the customization of the buttons is INSANE. u can set it to do ANYTHING. the scroll wheel is quite wobbly and sways sid to side during scrolling. also i wish it was cheaper.
Summary: I was looking for a quality mouse that wasn't too expensive and I came across this one. I decided to purchase it and no regrets. This mouse works great. It's infrared. It's much smoother than any previous mouse I've had and I have no real problems with it.
Summary: I recently entered the video games industry and within 2 months started to get RSI at work. This prompted me to have a bit of an epiphany about how I'd only spent crap money on mice before, and that for someone so into games and computers, I really should invest a little bit more! For all you leftys out there, this is more or less the only left-handed ergonomic mouse that's out there (never mind a gaming grade one!). It is money well spent.
Summary: I purchased my Death Adder (CPL Edition) online over 4 years ago, and I only started to notice the left click button going last week... Unfortunately it is too unreliable now for me to use in Call of Duty, a trend I have noticed in the reviews, but looking back 4+ years of gaming isnt very expensive in the scheme of things and I will definately be purchasing another
Summary: The performance is excellent of course. Razer is an excellent brand for gaming mice. The only problem is a physical flaw, after excessive use. There is a sticker at the bottom of the mouse the "frays" off. It gets a little scratchy with friction against your mousepad. To avoid this, either buy a razer mousepad, remove the sticker(and have the bottom of you mouse look like crap), or find a way to stick the sticker permanently .