Razer intros second-gen DeathAdder gaming mouse

By on September 24, 2009, 4:00 PM
Razer has overhauled its popular DeathAdder gaming mouse, bringing some "long awaited" updates. The latest version is now equipped with a 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor and a seven-foot tangle-free braided fiber cable. The DeathAdder has a right-handed ergonomic design, intended for use in lengthy gaming sessions.

Razer's revamped mouse features 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time, which the company says will provide a competitive edge over opponents. Other noteworthy specs include five programmable Hyperesponse buttons, On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment, Always-On mode, Zero-Acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet, and a gold-plated USB connector. Its approximant measurements in millimeters are 128L x 70W x 42.5H.


The second-generation Razer DeathAdder is available today at Razerzone.com, and it will be on store shelves in "late September." Its cost seems about average for a gaming mouse, with US customers looking at a price of $59.99, and Europeans 59.99.




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Guest said:

"with US customers looking at a price of $59.99, and Europeans ?59.99."

sucks to be you, europeans

Guest said:

I don't think it sucks to be a Euro.. You earn $600 a week he earns ?600 a week.. The ? and £ are only worth more overseas. We pay $6 for a beer at the pub they pay £6 for a beer.. They could turn around and by the mouse online for say ?22.00 instead of the ?60 at their local shops.

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