Razer DeathAdder Gaming Mouse
Author: Shawn Knight
Editor: Frank Stroupe
Date: 03-02-2007
Provided by: Razer
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Introduction

If we were to publish a "Movers & Shakers" list for 2006, Razer would certainly be in the top 3. In the past year, Razer has expanded their product line to include keyboards, headphones, sound cards and most recently, computer speakers. We saw several of these new products at Razer's booth during the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show in January and even got to "play" with these products first hand. Like some other up-and-coming companies, Razer stays true to their roots by continuing to release new and innovative gaming mice on a regular basis. We will be taking a look at one of these new products today, the DeathAdder 3G Infrared Gaming Mouse.





The DeathAdder retail package follows the same theme as other Razer gaming peripherals. A large photo of the DeathAdder is plastered in the center of the box, and you can open the front cover to get a glimpse of the real thing that waits inside. A detailed technical comparison against a "standard mouse" occupies one side of the box, while a personal message from Robert "Razer Guy" Krakoff, founder of Razer, fills the opposite side. The rear of the box gives detailed specs in 10 different languages -- clearly the DeathAdder is marketed towards gamers from around the globe. Below is a complete list of specs borrowed from Newegg.com



These specs list the majority of the features of the DeathAdder, but a few have been left out, such as the 7 foot long cord and gold-plated USB connector. Move ahead as we check out the package contents and take a look at each of these features in further detail...


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