Review of Razer DeathAdder Chroma Gaming Mouse, favored by eSports athletes the world over, the it has established itself globally as one of the best gaming mice.
- Review of Razer DeathAdder Chroma Gaming Mouse
- Reviewed by: Anthony B.
- Published on: June 28, 2015
- Last modified: July 21, 2015
- QualityEditor: 90%
- PriceEditor: 80%
- OverallEditor: 85%
Competitive gaming can be fun, but if you don’t have the proper tools you are bound to be left behind and not perform to expectations. With Razer DeathAdder Chroma you manage to obtain all the necessary speed and precision that allows you to take the experience to the next level and evolve as a player, something that you rarely see in the gaming world.
There’s not that much to say about Razer DeathAdder Chroma, as it follows the classic, normal design that the company has been offering for years now. Instead of coming up with crazy shapes, Razer have managed to find the perfect ergonomic piece and they just work hard to bring in more features to their devices without hampering on that.
Features and performance
Right from the start the feature that impresses the most is the fact that you get 10000 DPI. While the number is astounding, it doesn’t really get that useful, because even in the most demanding games you rarely tend to go over 5000 or let’s say 7000, yet being able to hold so much power in your hands is definitely refreshing and a ton of fun!
Also, the device is illuminated with LEDs, something that adds a lot of fun and excitement into the game experience. Of course, you get all the latest Razer technologies and software with the purchase of this device, and that’s great if you consider how impressive the gameplay experience truly is in this regard.
It might have 5 buttons but these are customizable and very easy to use, in fact I was definitely amazed by the precision and ease of use that comes here. You do get a good 200 inch per second which is good, and the acceleration is very responsive, mostly thanks to the fact that the USB connector has a little gold plaque which manages to improve connectivity as a whole.
This is not a heavy mouse, in fact I was amazed with the small weight that it has, since it barely goes over 100 grams. It’s less heavy than a mobile phone, and that says a lot.
When it comes to using the mouse in games, I didn’t have any lag nor any problems, but I do have to say that in order for you to get the best results you do need a good Razer mat, otherwise the performance might suffer a little bit.
Is it worth a purchase?
To be honest, the Razer DeathAdder Chroma did impress me a lot. It offer a very good quality and the price is quite affordable if you want to play games competitively. For normal gamers or computer users, the device might still be worth a purchase, especially if you are tired of the old fashioned mice that doesn’t offer a good performance and reliability. Overall, I am impressed with it and I recommend it to everyone!