Summary: Even though I don't have enough experience with different mouses, I kind of know what I want from a gaming mouse. Pros: -The clicks are really good throughout hours of gaming -The mouse has good arch and size that makes it feel like I can control the mouse really well, and also there's no stress on fingers.
Summary: If you are coming from the 3.5g, the 2013 deathadder IS LIGHTER. yes that's right, so if you play fps games, you are going be overshooting for a couple week if you have been using your old deathadder for a long time. Other than that, all the other reviews are pretty accurate. Yeah having synapse running in order for the configurations to work but that really isn't a huge deal. synapse doesn't take that much of a load on your ram.
Summary: This mouse has everything I want for a mid-level mouse for a great price. Two side buttons for versatility, but without a lot of extra buttons all over to get in the way. Easy install, intuitive software, and a great fit. Most mice I've used have been too small to actually rest my hand on and I moved them with my fingers, but this one is really well contoured; my fingers can lay down on the front two buttons without rubbing against the mousepad.
Summary: It's comfortable and perfect for gaming. So far has worked in any table surface. The mouse has a very nice build and even the cord it's really high quality, I don't see it breaking for a big while.
Pros: I, unfortunately, had to find a new mouse around December because my Mx518 (which I had used for 7-8 years) had a switch stop working on the right click. I emailed Logitech asking for a replacement switch and they did not seem like they wanted to do that. I figured I would try to find a different mouse similar to my Mx518 and I was not liking the reviews of the G400 series. I decided to go for this mouse, the DeathAdder and, as much as I loved my Mx518, I am kind of g...
Cons: The design of the mouse is the only thing I can really say is a con and it is hard to say that. The only reason I list it is because it took me about a day of using the mouse to get used to it.
Summary: Despite it's sensitivity it's still holding up for me. Also a good gift to your average internet browser user aswell the macros give them the choice to put back and forward on it =). Before you purchase this mouse or any high performance gaming mouse BUY an appropriate priced gaming mouse pad, it enables you to have a much better experience.
Pros: very responsive hair sensitive triggers perfect for high resolution gamers where they need to move the cursor across the monitor quickly, perfect ergo fit to hand despite it's enormous size
Cons: -takes some time to get use to how much pressure the mouse needs for the buttons, -never understood the reasoning for the trigger when the wheel is pressed would've been better to just omit that trigger., -one color led =(
Pros: I've been using the DeathAdder mouse from Razer for several years now and I couldn't be happier with the performance and value you get from this product. They last several years, look sleek and sexy, and allow for quite a bit of customization via Razer's software. If you're a gamer or really anyone who wants high performance out of their mouse, look no further than this product.
Cons: The only gripe I have about this product is the inability to change the color of the Razer logo...first world problems, I know.
Summary: I had a Corsair M90 previously, which was just too small for my large hands. This mouse may not be that large, but it is longer which really helps rest your hand on it. The grip rests are nice because you can lift the mouse very easily without having to put too much pressure. The 2 macro buttons are a nice touch that you can use, and you can even tailor them to which game you are currently playing.
Pros: - Longer than my old mouse, - Has nice grip rests for your thumb and pinky, - 2 macro buttons, - Synapse 2.0 is a big improvement