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Overclock3D.net says:

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I would certainly buy this mouse if I wanted to improve my gaming and would have no qualms in replacing my Habu or Copperhead with it. It’s really that good! quote


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Critic reviews

8.3
8 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    7.9
  • Design and form factor
    8.1
  • Configurability
    7.9
  • Accuracy
    9.5
  • Portability
    8.0

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User reviews

8.8
54 reviews
9.0
Wired Nov 19, 2010

It’s highly customizable, very quick and very comfortable to use. But I’m not a mouse guy, and this didn’t change my mind. It came very close, though, and if you’re a lefty gamer, or just looking for a decent, comfortable left-handed mouse, this does the job admirably.

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8.0
CNET Feb 27, 2007

A powerful accessory for fans of 3D shooters and others who might demand a high degree of customizability in their mice. We wish that Razer had delivered on its promise of Vista support out of the box, but aside from that and a few other issues, the DeathAdder performs exceptionally well.

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9.0
NotebookReview Mar 26, 2007

All in all though, the Deathadder is a diehard gamer's mouse, and is a true performer through and through. You would be hard pressed as a right handed user to find anything better for any need, not just gaming.

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8.0
CNET AU Oct 14, 2011

The DeathAdder is truly a classic, one that some hardcore players will never walk away from. Razer's software needs an update, however, to bring it into the current age, and if you have wrist problems you may wish to look for something smaller to enable a different grip, like the SteelSeries Xai.

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9.0
IGN Jan 23, 2007

Though lighter than we're used to, and wired, the silky rubberized surface, comfortable curves, and extremely responsive mouse buttons leave us in no hurry to return to the G7. Many of these issues involve a degree of personal taste, but if you're like us you'll like the DeathAdder quite a lot.

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6.0
Digital Versus Jun 25, 2013

The DeathAdder 2013 is missing some buttons and a more comprehensive driver to compete with higher-end models. Plus, it might have trouble rivalling the Roccat Lua—a more or less equivalent model that's considerably less expensive.

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9.0
Gadget Review Jan 26, 2012

For the price, and for the features, the Razer DeathAdder, especially combined with the effective, large surface of the Razer Vespula are going to be ideal fits for all but the most specialized of gamers.

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9.0
Overclock3D.net May 11, 2007

I would certainly buy this mouse if I wanted to improve my gaming and would have no qualms in replacing my Habu or Copperhead with it. It’s really that good!

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9.0
sK0pe sK0pe

I always thought high speed long distance head shots were completely due to game playing skill of the individual, having owned and used ball mice back in the day and then optical mice made by Microsoft and Logitech. I then received the Deathadder in the mail to match my new gaming machine and...

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8.0
HuffPCair HuffPCair

I love this mouse. I was using a Microsoft Sidewinder before I went and got this one. I love the blue glow and the feel this mouse gives me. Its buttons are placed nicely to where they are out of the way, but this there when needed. It works great if you are just surfing the web or if you are in...

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10
kangalex kangalex

I honestly don't know what I was thinking when I bought this mouse for $60. I don't really play games that much, maybe an occasional round of Dota or 3v3 on Warcraft 3, but for the most part, I am a student that writes a lot. I can tell you that this is an easy 10 for me because it...

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9.0
gggritso gggritso

I bought this mouse on sale, and never looked back. I have very long, slender hands and this mouse feels great. The huge shoulder buttons are easy to use, and the rubberized grip keeps it firm in my hand. The only gripe is the drivers, which are functional but are a hassle to install and...

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9.0
camph camph

I've used this mouse for about a year but the left mouse button would double click frequently after 10-11 months of use. This became annoying extremely fast. The scrolling action would also become screwy and scrolling down would sometimes result in quickly scrolling up then down. Other than that,...

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1.0
pericardiyum pericardiyum

This mouse is the quality of something you'd find in a dollar store. It failed after about 1 month of light use and I had to send it back under warranty. Then a year later it began to double click constantly, and fails to track movement. I took it apart to clean it out but this didn't do...

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10
concorde105 concorde105

I own the 2013 edition. The Deathadder is by far the best mouse I've ever used. The shape fits my hand like a glove as a claw user. The sensor is amazing, I haven't had any issues with it at all - no jumping, acceleration, angle snapping, or anything. Amazing. The sensor is incredibly accurate,...

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10
jeffreygee jeffreygee

I wanted to get a real mouse for awhile because I had been using a wireless mouse that ate up battery power like no other. I picked up my Deathadder at Best Buy on sale (yea, I was surprised too)! The cord is three meters, I believe, and it is braided. One of the caveats I had when I was...

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9.0
deciBels deciBels

One of the best mice I have used to date (Logi MX518>G5>Fatal1ty>DeathAdder & Diamondback 3G). This mouse has an exceptional 1kHz poling rate (how frequently the computer and mouse communicate with each other). Its DPI is perfectly adequate but be prepared to drop your in game sensitivity to...

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10
cxb cxb

I am currently my 3rd one. I game extensively especially FPS. I had and still have a few of the MX series by Logitech and I still like the razer better. I also have the G9x and it was too small and cramped compared to the Deathadder. After trying the G9x, I picked up a Mamba used it for a while...

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