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70% OFFFFF Razer DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse: 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting!!!

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Last Edited by dczyz January 24, 2020 at 12:33 PM
Note: Does not work with a KVM Switch. https://support.razer.com/gaming-...on-chroma/

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Is this V2 version? I'm guessing not
No, it's not. And the V2 was 1/2 off during their normal post CES 24 hr sale for $35. So, this is an alright deal but not great considering just a couple weeks ago you could get V2 for $10 more.
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Really glad I got Razer mice when they first came out and were more reliable. My Microsoft Habu (the original MS/Razer partnership that became Deathadder) and Diamondback are still working fine after 10+ years now. Although I have had to open the Habu to clean it and replace the cord.
Boomslang was the original razer mouse, back in the late 90's. I still have one, and it still works fine, but technology has come a really long way since then. Copperheads were really good too, before the deathadder came out. Still have my copperhead floating around somewhere.
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Was just curious if this mouse is a goot "fit" for a guy with larger hands (like palm a basketball). Any help would be greatly appreciated as I believe my current mouse is on it's way out.
I have large hands too, I picked it up last night. It could work but it's not the most comfortable. The hump on it or curbe is a little bit on the bigger taller side for my taste. But my problem could be exaggerated because my computer desk has a semi slideout thing for my mouse and keyboard.
My only three complaints about this mouse are
1) the hump is a little bit on the larger side, I have large hands and I palm grip it. I think this mouse might be better for a hybrid palm/claw grip.
2) the forward mouse key button is a little stiff, and I usually bind that to push to talk.
3) why is the software 402mb?

My previous mouse was a Mionix 7000 Naos. For the most part it was a very comfortable mouse, I did find the side molding didn't help as much as they anticipated because it's not large enough for large hands. Only thing wrong with those is the middle click gave up the ghost prematurely, but it would have been that it only worked with software, and at the time it was difficult to find a decent deal on those, usually mass drop or ebay were the beast means if you didn't wanna drop big money on it.

I might have bought another mionix, but I didn't see anything on the newer line that appealed to me, and it's slowly become an antiquated mouse. The new stuff has a heart monitoring sensor, and some other stuff I don't necessarily care to have running though my pc.

Other previous mouses.

Logitech G700. I kept it for 4 days, I hated the rough coating they put on it. It was just horrible.

I had 3 different Microsoft Habu laser mouse. It is my overall favorite of all time. It was comfortable, I favored laser mouse. I got the first one from my boss, he had an extra new one he bought and gave it to me. The 2nd one was an older one from the office they let me have, and the 3rd unit was an ebay one I got cheap. Comfortable mice, tracked well, but they developed double clicking and failures. Razer sold an aluminium pad for those with 2 different coated sides.

Logitech G7. Was my favorite for a long time, wireless, responsive, hot swap battery, but the scroll wheel was thrash, way too stiff, hurt to use.

Mx 1000. First laser mouse in market. Worked reliably for a long time. It eventually died of old age, was a big step from ball mouse, and the optical mouse at the time.

Honestly I would go back to using a laser mouse if the market didn't favor optical so much. They tried selling mouses with 2 lasers to deal with acceleration, but I haven't seen much of anything new in ages. The one thing I did like about laser was how well they tracked on an aluminium mouse pad razer used to make for their older laser mouse, a lot better than the nasty cloth is needed to be used with optical sensors.
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Why do people keep buying this planned obsolescence garbage
necessity, price, availability, and preference, or they been burnt by logitech.

My mouse just started acting up, and I saw this on sale. It was in stock and available at the closest best buy yesterday. Didn't know the 502 was on sale, don't even remember if it was available, but this one was. I went through 3 Habu laser over the span of a few years at one point because I didn't find anything I liked at the time from other companies, it was the combination of a laser and comfort that I didn't find anywhere else. I liked the experience with mionix so far, but they are out of stock in most places, and where they are available the prices are jacked up.
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