Deathad­der Elite



The Razer Deathad­der has an all-round fan­tas­tic shape for all sorts of grips and hand sizes, and we have spent hun­dreds of hours play­ing games, us­ing Pho­to­shop and brows­ing the in­ter­net with it. De­spite years of it­er­a­tions, Razer never messes with the Deathad­der’s shape. There’s no rea­son to.

The Deathad­der Elite uses a 16,000DPI op­ti­cal sen­sor, but big num­bers don’t nec­es­sar­ily mean qual­ity. Here’s the im­por­tant bit: For the Elite, Razer chose a sen­sor based on the PMW-3366 de­vel­oped by sen­sor com­pany Pixart in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Log­itech, which we have called the best mouse sen­sor avail­able since it de­buted back in 2014. Razer’s im­ple­men­ta­tion should de­liver flaw­less track­ing, even if you move the mouse as fast as you can.

For the ma­jor­ity of games and gamers, the Deathad­der Elite is the best mouse. It’s sim­ple where it should be, with two per­fectly placed, gen­er­ously sized thumb but­tons, a great op­ti­cal mouse sen­sor that will work on both hard and cloth pads, and the ul­ti­mate body shape for a claw or hy­brid claw/palm grip.

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