Cons: My 3 buddies that play video games all loved this mouse. Brag about the mouse because i do not own one. I was going to purchase one last night but ended up falling asleep after work, i saw the special yesterday that it was 36 percent off !! but woke up this morning wanting to purchase and THEY WERE SOLD OUT ! BUMMER! NEW EGG PLEASE HELP... BRING MORE OUT ! OR AT LEAST ONE FOR ME :( MAKE MY DAY :(
Pros: INCREDIBLE Tracking and precision, best of any mouse I have tried.
Cons: This isn't a con for me, because I do not personally use the buttons located where your thumb rests, but of the two buttons on the left side of the mouse (again, where your thumb rests) my front one came broken. However, as previously stated, for me it is not an issue as I do not use the buttons on the side.
Summary: I bought the 2013 Deathadder to replace my getting old 3.5G Deathadder. I was a bit skeptical about how much of an upgrade it would be. After using the mouse for a week I can definitely say it's a very nice upgrade over the previous model. The mouse now has nice rubberized grip on both sides, the scroll wheel is a lot better. It feels lighter in the hand than the 3.5g and the texture of the paint feel a lot better.
Pros: Light feel, Rubber grips, Clickiness of all buttons
Summary: I have been using this mouse over the past year on my gaming rig and I am still using it today. Overall this is a very good quality gaming mouse for the price. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good gaming mouse on a budget.
Pros: Human interface is important, especially for those of us who spend long hours on the computer. This mouse is awesome for gaming, but also any other task I throw at it. I'm a graphic designer and web developer, too, so comfort and accuracy is very important in all aspects of my time. This mouse doesn't fatigue my hand like the Logitech G500s that it replaced. The plastic and rubber construction is also much more comfortable.
Cons: It would be nice if I could adjust the brightness of the glowing logo. It can already pulsate so I know this is possible. I'm willing to bet this would be a simple adjustment to the mouse-- maybe achievable through a software update. Not really a con, just me being a perfectionist.
Pros: The best thing about this mouse is that it feels like you're suppose to use it for a long time. It doesn't remind you that there's the outdoors and that you're suppose to exercise and get things done... it just calms you and lets you know that gaming is going to be OK. That no matter how horrible your KD is, your hand will never hurt as much as your pride.