Razer DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse Review

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For those of you looking to add the best gaming gear to your setup, it’s time we take a look at the Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse. The DeathAdder Elite aims to provide you with the performance you need to push for that extra kill, or make a split-second decision that will keep you alive just a little while longer—all of which relies on its highly accurate 5G optical sensor.

Why We Like It – Razer Deathadder Elite gaming mouse

The Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse is the kind of mouse you want for a serious gaming rig. It’s incredibly accurate, has a wide range of DPI settings, and programmable buttons allow for a very personalized experience.

Pros
  • Excellent performance
  • Programmable buttons
  • Left-hand and right-hand models available
Cons
  • Tough to use with small hands

Performance

The Razer DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse performs well in the most intense of gaming moments, from MOBA to FPS. It’s thanks to its incredibly wide DPI range, adjustable with DPI buttons near the scroll wheel. The gaming mouse has DPI settings that allow for incremental adjustments of one, a maximum setting of 16,000, or as low as 100 DPI. This means you can get a highly personalized setting that works for you.

With the Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse being wired, click latency is almost non-existent. As soon as you press a button, there’s about a 17ms click latency. In other words, you won’t notice it unless you use software. Inside the DeathAdder mouse is a 5G optical sensor Razer helped design alongside Pixart that helps maintain accurate tracking when you move the mouse suddenly in one direction, handling up to 50 times the force of gravity.”

Design

It looks like a gaming mouse without being weirdly futuristic. The Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse has a very typical Razer design, and shares many of its design choices of previous Razer mice: smooth curves void of any sharp angles. There’s a small dip starting at the top half of both mouse buttons that allow for your fingers to rest. The thumb rests comfortably near two additional side buttons—all of which are programmable. However, it’s a rather long gaming mouse—nearly 5-inches in length—that could make it harder for smaller hands to use, unless you prefer a palm grip.

The matte black finish hasn’t lost its charm, being right at home next to a pair of ASTRO Gaming A50 headset, and a comfy Vertagear S-Line SL4000 gaming chair.The small amount of Razer Chroma RGB lighting is just right without being ridiculous, which you’ll find shining through the Razer logo and mouse wheel, and downloadable Razer Synapse Software can alter said RGB coloring for more personalization.”

Value

Given how well the DeathAdder Elite Razer is designed without being obnoxious with Chroma lighting, its superb performance, and pricing, these are some of the best gaming mice out there—especially for a budget build. Its curvy design allows for a comfortable grip, and has quite a bit of weight to it. The Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse definitely doesn’t feel cheap.

And to sweeten the deal, the DeathAdder Elite Razer comes in both right-handed and left-handed models, and even a few special editions that change its finish.”

Razer Deathadder Elite gaming mouse Wrap Up

The DeathAdder Elite Razer gaming mouse is by far the best mouse any gamer should consider, and may earn its place among the best gaming gear to have. Works incredibly well for the most stressful of gaming experiences, and looks good doing it, too. It was designed for long gaming sessions with its curved sections, and even gives you a few programmable buttons. Where it falls short is being a bit too long, making it harder to use with small hands.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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