The latest version of the best-selling mouse of Razer has arrived in the editorial office: it is the DeathAdder V2, which we will show you more closely with a review at the end of the tests that we are conducting in our offices in these days, a mouse that as we said today has sold over 10 million units worldwide.
With this new version, first of all the design changes (a taste of the work that Stephane Blanchard, who designed it, had already given it behind it): designed specifically for medium to large sized hands, its ergonomics suitable for both users who prefer the taken with the whole palm, than for those who adopt a claw style, reducing stress on the hands and eliminating unnecessary drag points on the fingers.
But as we said the improvements of Razer DeathAdder V2 are not just about the shape. The mouse is in fact equipped with a new sweat-resistant coating and rubberized side handles that promise better control. The wheel also adjusted and notched to slide with minimal resistance, all in an elegant and light design weighing just 82 grams.
The pulsating soul of DeathAdder V2 is the Razer Focus + Optical Sensor, enhanced with new intelligent features. Thanks to Smart Tracking, Asymmetric Cut-off and Motion Sync, this sensor makes it a highly precise gaming mouse, a fundamental feature when a perfect pixel-level aim can make the difference between victory or defeat.
In addition, the DeathAdder V2 equipped with Razer Optical Mouse Switches, which have a life cycle of 70 million actuations and enable an infrared-based actuation, eliminating the risk of accidental double clicks.
The Razer DeathAdder V2 also features 8 programmable buttons via Razer Synapse 3, for quick access to macros and secondary functions with Razer HyperShift. It also has the Advanced On-board Memory, with space to save up to 5 profiles on the mouse, enjoys support for Razer Chroma RGB and also accompanied by the Razer Speedflex cable.
Razer Deathadder V2 is already on sale on the official website and on Amazon at a price of 79.99 euros.