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Razer DeathAdder Gaming Mouse

Michael Larabel

Published on 10 February 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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Recently Razer has been quick to push new products to market with not much time going by until a new gaming peripheral is out. Some of the recent Razer products we have looked at under Linux include the Tarantula Gaming Keyboard, Barracuda AC-1 Sound Card, and Barracuda HP-1 Headphones. More recently, at the 2007 CES show Razer introduced the Mako 2.1 desktop audio system. However, what we are looking at today is the Razer DeathAdder. In this review, we will tell you whether this new gaming mouse can perform as well as the Razer Copperhead and Krait under Linux.

Features:

· Ergonomic Right-Handed Design
· 1800DPI 3G Infrared Sensor
· Five Programmable, Ultra-Large Hyper-response Buttons
· 16-bit Ultra-Wide Data Channel
· Zero-Acoustic Ultra-slick Teflon Feet
· 1000Hz Ultra-polling
· Always-On Instant Response

Contents:

The DeathAdder shipped in a package that looked quite similar to past Razer mice. Included with the DeathAdder was a quick start guide, Windows driver CD, and certificate of authenticity. Unlike the Razer Copperhead that is available in multiple colors, only a single model is available for the DeathAdder.

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