Razer Deathadder v2 Review and Box Contents

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Razer has been bringing its Deathadder gaming mice to gamers since 2006. Over the years, many Deathadders have welcomed us into the gaming mouse industry. Now, Razer presents the mouse design that it has been using for years with Deathadder v2 as a new model in 2020 with improvements.

Improvements: As I mentioned above, Razer’s Deathadder mouse model is a mouse that has been introduced with different features since 2006. The Deathadder v2 product has some improvements over the Deathadder Elite model released in 2017. The first of these improvements, and the most important to me, is the weight of the mouse. In competitive games, easy movement of the mouse is an effective factor in easy aiming. Razer has reduced the mouse weight from 105g to 82g with the Deathadder v2 mouse, offering a much lighter mouse. The second important improvement is another improvement that will support easy mouse movement that I mentioned above. Razer used the newly developed Razer Speedflex cable for this mouse. With its soft fabric structure, this cable provides a much easier and lighter mouse control than other twisted cables. Another improvement is seen in the shape of the mouse. Razer, which has preserved the shape of the mouse for years, offers a more ergonomic shape for users by changing the place where the players put their ring fingers (the right side of the mouse) with this mouse. In addition, Razer states that with the new model, the pads that allow the mouse to slide under the mouse are 100% PTFE. This makes the mouse more slippery and easier to control. Another innovation is the built-in memory inside the mouse. Razer has integrated into Deathadder v2 built-in memory where mouse profiles can be stored without constantly running the program. Therefore, the desired profiles can be used on the mouse without the Razer Synapse program constantly running in the background. (This is also supported with the Profile button.) This built-in memory is designed to store 5 different mouse profiles. Finally, a more durable material was used in the construction of the grip areas on the right and left sides of the mouse compared to the 2017 model.

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Ergonomics: When the Razer Deathadder is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind of our mouse is its ergonomics that adapts to all grip positions. The mouse is designed asymmetrically for right-handed players and has two left-hand buttons for pressing with the right thumb. Razer says that Deathadder can be used with all palm, fingertip and claw grip styles, while expressing that it has sold 10 million copies due to this feature.

You ask: Another very important thing in gaming mice, of course, is the mouse sensor. It can create stutters, delays and pauses in the game, which is played according to the sensor hit. Razer offers us the Deathadder v2 mouse with its 5G optical “Focus+” sensor with 99.6% resolution detection supporting up to 20000 DPI. This optical sensor is an important part of the mouse for consistency in games.

Key Switches: Razer used mechanical key switches for the main keys of the mouse in its previous model (with the Razer Deathadder Elite). This time with Deathadder v2, it uses optical key switches with a latency of 0.2 milliseconds. These key switches are designed to perform well in competitive games. In addition, these key switches provide a 20 million longer key life compared to the model released in 2017, with a 70 million key life.

Mouse Keys: Deathadder v2 has 8 mouse buttons. These keys are divided into 2 main mouse buttons, 1 mouse wheel button, 2 adjustable buttons on the left side of the mouse, the sensitivity adjustment button under the 2 mouse wheels, and the profile switch button under 1 mouse. Although the sensitivity toggle keys on the mouse are set to switch between different sensitivity levels by default, they can be used for any function with Razer’s program. In addition, these keys are in a recessed structure compared to the mouse, unlike the 2017 model. The profile switch button on the back of the mouse also allows one-click switching between mouse profiles set in Razer’s program. Although the features of the keys on the left side of the mouse are not given on Razer’s site, they give a more mechanical feel.

Lighting: Razer is known among gamers as a company that includes a lot of colorful lighting in mice, keyboards and even mouse pads. With this mouse, the Razer mouse wheel and the Razer logo at the bottom of the mouse feature RGB lighting, which comes with 16.8 million color options. These lights can enter different configurations with Razer’s program, Razer Synapse.

Razer Synapse: Razer Synapse is a software that controls the lights, key configurations and sensitivities of Razer equipment. The above-mentioned replacement processes are controlled by this program. You can download this program from the link below.

Box contents: Inside the Razer Deathadder v2 box, the mouse comes with Razer’s letter to the user and a leaflet that tells the features of the mouse.

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