Razer DeathAdder 2013 is a newer version of 2009 DeathAdder. It’s a mouse for gamers who love to play games and enjoy games at the same time. It has optical sensor with 6400 dpi sensitivity, excellent grip for better gaming control and Mouse Click technology for simple use.
|Razer DeathAdder 2013|
|Launch Year||20 Nov. 2012|
|Dimensions||127 x 70 x 44 mm|
|Connection Type||USB 2.0, Braided|
|Grip Type||Palm, Claw|
|DPI on the fly||Yes|
|Illumination||Green - wheel, logo|
Razer DeathAdder 2013 Product Review
Nothing strikes fear in players more than hearing that the competition uses the Razer DeathAdder. The mouse has been a mainstay in the world of eSports for more than a decade. Presently, it still provides one of the best gaming experiences since its introduction.
The DeathAdder’s absolute accuracy and efficiency became the two most important factors that have drawn fans in. In fact, League of Legends superstar Faker was using the DeathAdder even before he hit the big leagues.
Faker went on to win the 2013, 2015, and 2016 LOL world championships with this iconic gaming mouse in tow, cementing the DeathAdder’s notoriety in the world of eSports. Its reputation for reliability and proven durability has earned praise from gamers across the world.
This is evident in the roughly 10 million purchases of this product since its production. It’s no surprise that the Razer line of gaming mice has legions of passionate fans and has built up a cult following since then.
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The DeathAdder retained the ergonomic form that older Razer lines had in the previous iterations of the model. Its smooth and distinct form factor is designed for comfort, ensuring that high levels of performance are carried out through long hours of gameplay.
When using the mouse, it utilizes up to 6,400 DPI optical sensors allowing fast and accurate movements while offering great control for the most crucial gaming moments. There are 5 hyper-responsive buttons that can be programmed individually to give advanced controls for a competitive edge.
The DeathAdder connects with a standard braided cable. It has a maximum speed of 220 IPS and a maximum acceleration of 30 G. It supports most holding styles from palm, claw, and fingertip grip styles. The mouse itself has one of the best designs to fit any hand size.
The DeathAdder is lightweight even for its size and the braided cable has minimal drag. It also comes with the Razer Synapse software that lets you adjust the brightness of its LCD. It has cycles for sleep in 5, 10, 15 minutes, or can be turned off completely.
Surprisingly, the application allows you to reduce its poll rate from the standard of 1000 up to 500, although we can’t think of any reason why someone would want to do this other than testing the DeathAdder’s limit.
The Razer DeathAdder lasts up to 10 million clicks and offers a warranty of up to 2 years with access to reliable technical support. Direct purchase from the Razer store provides a very convenient 14 days risk-free return.
The DeathAdder from Razer is highly recommended for people who want to try their luck entering the pro-league because of its no-nonsense efficiency and comfort. It is also favored by individuals who dabble in graphic design and digital art due to its pinpoint accuracy.
Customizable buttons add game binding options aside from the standard left and right mouse clicks to enhance your gaming experience. More importantly, it impresses especially considering the friendly price point.