( 4.6 Average / 128 Ratings )
It is a very good-feeling mouse. It feels extremely comfortable on my larger hand and the Razer Synapse software is extremely easy to use. HOWEVER, the left button has cracked on both Deathadders that I have had.
I absolutely LOVE my DeathAdder Chroma. The mouse feels great, very solid. It moves very smoothly, and the software that you use to change the colors and set button bindings, Razer Synapse, is very simple and easy to user. Great mouse.
Great mouse, however it creaks and makes noise when I press on it. Seems build quality isn't as great as it should be, but its been a champ thus far.
. I’ve had several DeathAdder’s (because I usually donate/sell my “old” ones to buddies who are building rigs to help them save a few dollars) and they have all done well for me.
Pretty OK mouse all around. Wanted a Logitech mouse, but a friend gifted it for a birthday, and really can't deny that, so just accepted it. A great mouse nonetheless.
I've owned several Razer Mice and almost never been disappointed by them. The nylon sleeving can cause the wire to become ugly with curls and terrible spots if you aren't extremely persistent in undoing kinks, but the colors are vivid and buttons responsive.
Its not bad, But there are better choices out there imo. Not the most comfy mouse i used.
Very comfortable mouse that helped improve my aim in my first-person shooter games. It of course took some time to get used to, but this mouse is definitely one of the better mouses for gaming if you want to improve your aim, in my opinion. I was and still am very happy with the mouse and the easy to use synapse that came with it.
mousey and delicious
Unlike my Keyboard, I think this mouse is more than worth it's price. It looks great, like most Razer products. It's very precise and it's more comfortable than my previous mouse, the Razer Naga Hex. It only has 2 extra buttons, which might not be for everyone, but after using the Naga Hex for a couple of years, I realised I never really used those thumb buttons anyway. Right now I only use the ones on the DeathAdder to select the sensibility stages of the mouse depending on the game I play.