The Razer DeathAdder mouse is one of the more popular gaming mice to date, and considering how it was launched all the way back in 2006 (yes sir, it is half a dozen years that we are talking about here!), it is all too timely for Razer to come up with an update to this venerable gaming mouse. Touted to be the world’s best-selling gaming mouse, the updated and upgraded Razer DeathAdder will come with an upgraded optical sensor which will move from its 3.5G roots to a cutting-edge 4G infrared sensor that delivers improved performance and precision. Not only that, it is also touted to be the world’s most powerful optical sensor, where it is capable of achieving up to 6400 dpi resolution without having to sacrifice the natural tracking feel of an optical sensor, and neither will it yield the robotic sensation which is more often than not associated to that of a comparable laser option.
Sporting the iconic right-handed ergonomic shape (southpaws lose out on this again) that have grown on gamers over the years, it will even carry integrated textured rubber side grips to deliver superior mouse control and grip. Similar to its predecessor, the new Razer DeathAdder will come with Synapse 2.0 support, letting you synchronize your range of settings and profiles automatically over to the cloud without missing a beat. Depending on which side of the pond you live on, the updated Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse will retail for $69.99 or €69.99. Enjoy the photo gallery after the jump. [Press Release]
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