Razer DeathAdder Essential Review 9

Razer DeathAdder Essential Review

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Introduction



Razer DeathAdder—if you're an avid gamer, you've probably heard this word combination before. It's one of the most well-known product lines in gaming mice. Since its first release in 2006, millions have been sold, many online and offline competitions have been won, and hundreds of thousands of gaming hours have been played with DeathAdders. The Essential is the latest and currently cheapest iteration of this lineup, which means its features are not as great as they are on the Elite, which is the current flagship. This mouse features a PixArt PAW3328 mid-level optical sensor, main switches rated for 10 million clicks, textured plastic side grips, and non-Chroma green lighting.



Specifications

Razer DeathAdder Essential
Size:127 mm x 73 mm x 43 mm
Size (inches):5" x 2.87" x 1.69"
Ambidextrous:No
Weight:94 g (3.3 oz), measured without cable
Number of Buttons:5
Main Switches:Omron D2FC-F-7N 10M
Wheel Encoder:Kailh red core (14 mm height)
Sensor:PixArt PAW3328
Resolution:100–6,400 CPI
Polling Rate:500 & 1000 Hz
Cable:1.8 m long, braided
Software:Razer Synapse 3
Price:$49.99
Warranty:2 years
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