One of my favorite mice of all time is Razer’s original DeathAdder. Back before I wore the thing out, it felt comfortable, was lightweight and responsive, and didn’t overburden me with too many buttons. Just an all-around solid mouse that Razer claims is still the best-selling gaming rodent since it was released in 2006. Fast forward to today and the original is now better than ever — Razer just announced the DeathAdder Chroma, essentially a tweaked version of the original with a higher DPI and fancy lights.
Like the original, the DeathAdder Chroma is ergonomically designed for right-handed users (Razer went on to offer a left-handed version of the original, so perhaps that’s in the cards here as well). It has textured rubber side grips, five independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, 200 inches per second/50g acceleration, 1,000Hz Ultrapolling, and a 7-foot braided fiber cable.
What’s new to this version, however, is an upgraded 10,000 DPI optical sensor (up from 6,400 in the original) that can track lift-off distance as precise as 1mm on most surfaces, and Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options.
The DeathAdder Chroma is available now for $70 direct from Razer.
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