Razer has announced a new version of its legendary DeathAdder gaming mouse with an upgraded optical sensor, much lighter build, optical switches, and an improved Speedflex cable.
The DeathAdder has been around since 2006 — and despite the name, this is actually the 11th official version of the mouse — and is by far Razer’s most popular gaming mouse thanks to its comfortable ergonomic shape.
The shape on the V2 remains the same but the mouse has shed a considerable amount of weight, and now weighs in at a lean 82g, making it the lightest DeathAdder Razer has ever made. For comparison, the DeathAdder Elite weighs 105g.
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The mouse is also armed with Razer’s exclusive Pixart PMW3399 sensor, which is an improved version of the already-excellent PMW3389. We first saw this sensor on the Razer Viper Elite.
The DeathAdder V2 is available now from Razer’s online store for S$110.
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