Conclusion: The Razer DeathAdder is a good all round performer and sure it may not be up to the standards of some of the higher end of the Razer range, or some rival companies product range, it was never meant to be. The DeathAdder offers some of the best build quality I’ve seen in this price range and some really nice ergonomics. If you want higher performance or more features than the DeathAdder you can expect to pay 50% more and beyond.
Conclusion: As we could see the DeathAdder fits you left handers quite well. Razer prides themselves on their dedication to the gaming community. So much in fact that if gamers have a specific problem with a mouse, Razer does what it can to accommodate us. The DeathAdder is a prime example of this continuation for all of us gamers. Razer definitely can truly say “Built for Gamers, By Gamers.
Excerpt: Product Description Condition: New
Availability: In Stock
Warranty: 1 Year from manufacturer
A sleek all-black finish and added rubber side grips for enhanced handling, the Black Edition is a tribute to a legacy of ownage, a celebration for 5 years of every gamer's victory thanks to their trusty DeathAdder.
The Razer DeathAdder is the weapon of choice for gamers seeking a combination of comfort and unbridled gaming precision.
Conclusion: The DeathAdder 2013 will not disappoint it's user in terms of performance. It is uncannily precise and will almost certainly improve the experience of even the best gamers. The product performs exceptionally well in FPS environments where accuracy is a mandatory prerequisite of success. Unlike many new gaming mice from Saitek, Corsair and others, Razer has maintained their overall minimalistic theme with the DeathAdder 2013.
Pros: Simplistic, good looking device, Performs superbly in games, especially shooters, Premium, durable look and feel, Software is straight-forward and simple to use, Very comfortable and ergonomic
Cons: Similarly priced devices include many more features than the DA., Could've used a couple more programmable buttons, Lacks on-board storage
Summary: As far as mouse features go, these are very basic for the PC, but is an awesome step forward from the typical standard one-button Mac mouse. The Razer DeathAdder is one of the coolest-looking mice you can use on your Mac, too. You’ll have to do some extra programming to extract more functionality from your Mac applications and games, but this isn’t incredibly overwhelming, partly because there are only a handful of buttons you can program.
Excerpt: We love the shape of this mouse—it’s comfortable for even the longest session—and the DeathAdder just gets better from there. The sensor delivers pixel-perfect accuracy, and we love that the driver lets us adjust everything from X and Y sensitivity to the lights on the mouse. We’re still not sold on the idea of constantly updating firmware for a mere mouse, but Razer’s built a highly compelling rodent with the DeathAdder.
Pros: Pixel-perfect sensor, uber-comfortable design, and sexy matte finish kick serious ass.
Cons: No on-the-fly detents in for precision sensitivity adjustments.
Summary: After hearing all these players saying it’s the best mouse to buy ... well, personally I think it is. If you are thinking to buy a new mouse, then the Razer Deathadder could be a good choice. It maybe a bit pricey, but once you see the capability of this mouse and what it can do for your gaming experience, then money you have spent is well worth it.
Excerpt: In the competitive gaming world of today, it is always a battle to have the latest and greatest. That extra bit of technology can mean the difference between you laughing at your friends as you dominate them, or your friends laughing at you as they spread your insides all across the virtual gaming floor. To keep up with the times, Razer released an updated version of the popular Death Adder.