The Razer DeathAdder Elite is a popular mouse thanks to its highly accurate sensor, available software suite, and stunning looks. The Elite aims to take everything to the next level with eSpots in mind.
The Razer DeathAdder Elite Mouse looks essentially like most other DeathAdder models out there. It measures 5 x 2.76 x 1.73 inches, features extremely natural contouring on both sides, and bears the same textured grips that much other gaming mice do.
Razer DeathAdder Elite got the general design of their DeathAdder line dead on the first time around and wisely chose not to alter the basic design aspects of any subsequent iteration all that much. This is definitely a breath of fresh air, as many other peripheral makers seem to think drastic changes from one model to the next = progress.
The Elite takes advantage of Razer’s proprietary Synapse 2.0 software. If you’re not familiar with the Synapse software, it’s a superb interface used to manage your programmable buttons, manage button profiles, customize the absurdly expansive (16.8 million color options) RGB lighting, and to handle more functional settings like DPI and calibration.
It’s lightyears ahead of the customization software from most other manufacturers in terms of out-of-the-box functionality, and it’s by far the easiest interface to use. It’s clean, straightforward, and functional, much like Razer’s physical products.
We will say that 16,000 DPI number is officially in “marketing gimmick” territory, as it’s just not needed for most gamers. Regardless, the Elite clearly offers up everything a gamer could possibly want in an all-around gaming mouse.
You’re not going to come across a better all-around gaming mouse. If you’re an avid gamer across a number of genres, games, and playstyles, then you will not regret investing in a Razer DeathAdder Elite Mouse. Razer DeathAdder Elite Mouse is now avaialble on Gearbest just at $55.99 on limited Flash Sale.