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



The Razer DeathAdder comes with everything to get you started. Seen above, we have the mouse itself, certificate of authenticity, driver disc with full color installation guide / user manual and a quick start guide. As mentioned on the previous page, the DeathAdder uses a gold-plated USB connector on the end of its 7 foot long cord. A look at the underside of the DeathAdder reveals three Teflon feet which will help the mouse slide effortlessly across almost any surface. The 3G Infrared sensor is located in the center of the mouse. To the right of the sensor is a profile change button. The DeathAdder allows you to set up to five different profiles. You can scroll through each profile using this button or do so using the Razer control panel in Windows.





Here we have a 360-degree view of the DeathAdder. The upper deck (where your hand rests) is made from a smooth rubber material which feels more like micro-suede; very nice. The scroll wheel has 24 individual click positions that remain silent when scrolling. The left side of the mouse has two large fully programmable thumb buttons. The Razer logo is positioned discreetly in the center of the mouse and blends in nicely when the mouse is not plugged into your computer. I was a bit worried that the high arch in the center of the mouse would not be comfortable during use, but that was not the case.





Once connected to your computer, the DeathAdder comes to life. The scroll wheel remains lit with a constant blue haze while the Razer logo constantly fades in and out. Move ahead as we take a look at the Razer DeathAdder software...


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