Razer DeathAdder gets the Chroma treatment


If there is one particular feature that I absolutely love concerning Razer gaming peripherals, it would be this – new models are not exactly all that common, so you can be pretty sure that each purchase that you make ought to last for some time before a brand new model comes along the way, and more often than not it will be an incremental update – a facelift here and there, sneaking in an additional feature or two – the works. Reminds me of the German cars from BMW and Mercedes – how often do you see a new model is introduced, compared to those rides from Japan? Having said that, the Razer DeathAdder mouse which was introduced a few years ago has now received the Chroma treatment, bringing along with it an all-new optical sensor alongside multi-color lighting.

The Razer DeathAdder Chroma gaming mouse is truly a beast of a peripheral, where it will continue to maintain the renowned ergonomic design of its predecessor, sporting a 10,000 DPI optical sensor which is capable of tracking a lift-off distance as precise as 1 mm on most surfaces, and this will include glass table tops, now how about that. In addition, the upgraded sensor itself can handle mouse movement speeds up to 200 inches per second with 50 G acceleration, which ensures that you get to enjoy exacting accuracy and organic fluidity onscreen.

This means there is even less room for you to make excuses for your poor performance in the game, especially when you are rocking to such a high profile device like the Razer DeathAdder Chroma gaming mouse. It will work nice alongside Razer Synapse, offering the likes of Stats & Heatmaps, so that you will be able to look into precise details such as game time, button presses, distance moved and even figure out the overall pressure exerted while gaming. Such technical tracking data will hopefully work in your favor, as you tweak the Razer DeathAdder Chroma to suit your individual play style while increasing your accuracy more than with any other mouse on the planet. Expect the DeathAdder Chroma to cost $69.99 when it is made available at a local store near you.

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