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.
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.
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.
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
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Conclusion: I think I have said pretty much everything that there is to say, this is an awesome mouse there is no doubt about it. If they could make a wireless with the same features and the same weight they really would have a winner.
Summary: As you can see, the DeathAdder fits comfortably under my hand. I had hoped to be able to use the DeathAdder on the bare surface of my desk, but this did not work. I suppose the surface is either too reflective or too grainy for the 3G sensor to track on properly.