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Razer holiday gaming bundle $74

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First time posting a deal but figured I'd point this out, these were 99 around black Friday and prices have been dropping, I've seen them as low as 50 dollars at some walmarts

Razer 4-Piece Gaming Bundle - Includes Cynosa Pro Keyboard, DeathAdder Mouse, Kraken Headset, and Goliathus Mouse Pad

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Razer-4.../977211423

*Fix sorry noticed online price is 89 but looking around different zip codes I've seen it for 74
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This has been posted a few times already. I was able to get it for $50 near me and then return/rebuy for $20.
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This has been posted a few times already. I was able to get it for $50 near me and then return/rebuy for $20.
How did you rebuy it for 20??
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How did you rebuy it for 20??
The store i bought it at dropped the price to 20.
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That's awesome. I'm looking for a good fps gaming mouse, would you recommend this one or something cheaper?
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That's awesome. I'm looking for a good fps gaming mouse, would you recommend this one or something cheaper?
This is the DeathAdder in the box, it's good for $50 for the bundle if you can get it, BestBuy has the mouse for $29.99 as well as the Headset for $29.99 so the Bundle is a good deal and the mouse gets good reviews. I like mine
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That's awesome. I'm looking for a good fps gaming mouse, would you recommend this one or something cheaper?
I just got a Logitech g502 Proteus spectrum from Target for $33 last week and that is normally an $80 mouse. From what I was hearing the deathadder in this set is a super low end 2k dpi model, so they likely made really dumpy versions of their stuff to make this so cheap.

I would look for the G502 and call it a day. Customizable weights, RGB lighting, up to 12k dpi, more mouse buttons for gaming and the best mouse wheel ever
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I just got a Logitech g502 Proteus spectrum from Target for $33 last week and that is normally an $80 mouse. From what I was hearing the deathadder in this set is a super low end 2k dpi model, so they likely made really dumpy versions of their stuff to make this so cheap.

I would look for the G502 and call it a day. Customizable weights, RGB lighting, up to 12k dpi, more mouse buttons for gaming and the best mouse wheel ever
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I just got a Logitech g502 Proteus spectrum from Target for $33 last week and that is normally an $80 mouse. From what I was hearing the deathadder in this set is a super low end 2k dpi model, so they likely made really dumpy versions of their stuff to make this so cheap.

I would look for the G502 and call it a day. Customizable weights, RGB lighting, up to 12k dpi, more mouse buttons for gaming and the best mouse wheel ever
If you need more than 2k DPI you're doing something horribly wrong. 1500 is plenty for me in every single shooter I play.

Also, the Deathadder in the bundle is a standard Deathadder. It's not a downgrade.
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If you need more than 2k DPI you're doing something horribly wrong. 1500 is plenty for me in every single shooter I play.

Also, the Deathadder in the bundle is a standard Deathadder. It's not a downgrade.
Everyone has their own preferences. I play most games at 3600 and flick corners between 6-8k in PUBG.
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If you need more than 2k DPI you're doing something horribly wrong. 1500 is plenty for me in every single shooter I play.

Also, the Deathadder in the bundle is a standard Deathadder. It's not a downgrade.
Even I'm not that arrogant. There's actually a substantial tradeoff between DPI and sensitivity. I would suggest that you do some research into visuals before spouting your ignorant opinions.

Maybe try a 2k dpi on a 4k screen then try 2k dpi at 1080p.
Any competent person will surely notice a difference, holding sensitivity constant. In shooter games (FPS) the lower the sensitivity and higher the dpi, the more smooth and accurate your movements are.

Even if the eDPI are the same in a high dpi low sensitivity setting as a low dpi high sensitivity setting, they are not actually the same in performance.
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I just got a Logitech g502 Proteus spectrum from Target for $33 last week and that is normally an $80 mouse. From what I was hearing the deathadder in this set is a super low end 2k dpi model, so they likely made really dumpy versions of their stuff to make this so cheap.

I would look for the G502 and call it a day. Customizable weights, RGB lighting, up to 12k dpi, more mouse buttons for gaming and the best mouse wheel ever
2nd this. I snagged a proteus core on clearance at target last year, and it has been an excellent fps mouse. I use mine with all the weights, have large hands, and it feels better than any Razer or otherwise I've ever used (I use to flick my boomslang clear off the desk).
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