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Razer DeathAdder

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Overall 8
Performance 10

Razer DeathAdder 1800dpi Mouse for Mac Review

18 January 2009
  • 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.
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Overall 9

Razer DeathAdder Review: A Smooth Mouse for Gaming

27 May 2010
  • Summary: The DeathAdder is a cool mouse for gaming. The manufacturers have done well with the simplified tweaking system for dpi, polling rate, sensitivity et al. We’re not ignoring the fact that it is the gamer’s skill that comes through ultimately, but these tools are useful as part of the complementary arsenal.
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Overall 7

Razer DeathAdder Laser Mouse

PC Authority
24 August 2009
  • Summary: Why you shouldn't walk into any LANs -- or valleys -- without your adder of death.
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Overall 8

Razer DeathAdder review

31 May 2007
  • Excerpt: With complaints generally restricted to software issues, the DeathAdder deserves recognition as one of the best gaming mice on the market.
  • Pros: Impressive 1800 DPI resolution, and around 1 millisecond response delay. Teflon feet ensure smooth motion to justify superb accuracy. Stores up to 5 profiles and allows on-the-fly settings changes. Fully programmable, including macros. Improved ergonomics, though at the expense of losing left-handed compatibility.
  • Cons: Needs updated software to get the hardware running to its potential. Profile changes take time to be recognised. Macros won't work in games.
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Overall 8
Design 8

Razer DeathAdder 2013, mai sensore ottico fu così performante

5 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Dopo l'ondata di aggiornamenti tecnici attuata da Razer nel corso del 2012, ad esempio con l'Imperator 2012 o il Naga 2012, arriva ora la revisione (o refresh) del Razer DeathAdder, mouse che sicuramente ha raccolto molti consensi tra i gamer nelle precedenti versioni e che ora ha il duro compito di mantenere alte le aspettative con un sensore da ben 6400 dpi.
  • Pros: Sensore ottico 4G da 6400dpi, Ergonomia palm grip, Ottimo Scroll, Driver all'altezza del mouse
  • Cons: Sensore ottico 4G da 6400dpi, Ergonomia palm grip, Ottimo Scroll, Driver all'altezza del mouse
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Overall 8

Razer DeathAdder (3500 DPI): klassische Gaming-Maus mit aufgepepptem Innenleben

1 February 2012
  • Summary: Die Razer DeathAdder ist eine preiswerte optische Fünf-Tasten-Gaming-Maus und ein Klassiker unter den Vertretern ihrer Art. Ließe man Microsofts Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 einmal außer acht, dann müsste die DeathAdder eine der dienstältesten Gaming-Mäuse am Markt sein und bekommt alle paar Jahre eine Frischzellenkur spendiert. Wir schauen uns die aktuelle Version dieser guten, alten Bekannten an.
  • Pros: die gute, alte DeathAdder-Performance, auch als Linkshänder-Version erhältlich
  • Cons: nur 16 Einträge pro Makro, gewöhnungsbedürftig breite Bauform, wirkt auf Dauer ermüdend auf Handgelenk und kleinen Finger
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Overall 8

Für Zocker: Razer Deathadder

12 April 2007
  • Summary: Razers Gaming-Maus Deathadder ist wie gemacht für Fans von 3D-Shootern und alle, die sich ihre Maus ganz individuell konfigurieren möchten. Nur schade, dass Razer sein Versprechen auf der Verpackung, Vista zu unterstützen, nicht hält. Abgesehen von dieser und einigen weiteren kleinen Macken hat die Deathadder außergewöhnlich viel zu bieten.
  • Pros: äußerst präzise, exzellente Software zur individuellen Anpassung, zwei reaktionsfreudige Tasten an der Seite zur Bedienung mit dem Daumen (allerdings nur für Rechtshänder)
  • Cons: kein Vista-Treiber trotz Ankündigungen auf der Verpackung, keine Taste, um bei laufendem Betrieb die DPI-Einstellungen ändern zu können, Tasten an der Seite nur für Rechtshänder
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