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Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor – 3X Faster Than Mechanical Optical Switch – Chroma RGB Lighting – 70 Hr…

Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor – 3X Faster Than Mechanical Optical Switch – Chroma RGB Lighting – 70 Hr…

$66.56

(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on September 24, 2022 5:20 am Details
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  • Focus plus 20K DPI Optical Sensor: Auto-calibrates across mouse mat and reduces cursor drift from lift-off and landing for industry-leading precision
  • 25% Faster Than Competing Wireless Mice: Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology brings together extreme low-latency and interference reduction for true wireless freedom
  • Immersive, Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Supports 16.8 million colors w, included preset profiles; syncs with gameplay and Razer Chroma-enabled peripherals and Philips Hue products
  • 70 Hours of Intense Gaming: With the benefit of dual connectivity, enjoy up to 120 hours of battery life in Bluetooth mode, or up to 70 hours of ultra-fast performance when switching to HyperSpeed Wireless
  • 88g Lightweight Design: Redesigned for better FPS gaming in the most iconic, ergonomic design on the market
  • Connectivity technology: USB

Specification: Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor – 3X Faster Than Mechanical Optical Switch – Chroma RGB Lighting – 70 Hr…

Brand

‎Razer

Series

‎DeathAdder V2 Pro

Item model number

‎RZ01-03350100-R3U1

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Item Weight

‎4.3 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎2.86 x 1.68 x 5 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎2.86 x 1.68 x 5 inches

Color

‎Classic Black

Batteries

‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Department

‎Mouse

Manufacturer

‎Razer Inc.

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎September 22, 2020

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8 reviews for Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor – 3X Faster Than Mechanical Optical Switch – Chroma RGB Lighting – 70 Hr…

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  1. RICHARD CAZES

    This is the most amazing mouse I had so far for gaming. I had many, including the G703 from Logitech with is now an “office” mouse after I experienced the DeathAdder v2 pro. Don’t get me wrong, the G703 is a fantastic mouse, but the Razer adds a notch of performance… and has bluetooth.

    Both are about the same size (medium to large hand) and for right handed only. I you tick the box for those 2 conditions and you want the best gaming mouse for FPS; hit that “buy” button. You won’t regret it.

    Works as a charm with the PS4 Pro.

    The grip is amazing and I think it handles better people that have “sweaty” hands.

    I read bad reviews about giving all your personnal information to be able to install Razer Synapse, but I created my new account with my email and a security secondary email, nothing more than that…

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  2. Manuel Garcia

    El mejor mouse para mi agarre híbrido garra-puntas de dedos (claw-finger tip) Si tu agarre es similar al mio o eres garra o puntas de dedo, no dudes en comprarlo. No se guíen por las reseñas de youtube donde dicen que este mouse es solo para agarre de palma y para manos grandes, es falso. Fácilmente puedo decir que este mouse se adapta a todo tipo de agarre y para casi cualquier tamaño de mano. Yo tengo manos grandes y me queda muy bien, pero mi esposa también tiene el suyo y ella tiene maños pequeñas y sin problema alguno. El mejor sensor que he probado, clics bastante táctiles y la rueda (scroll) se siente muy bien. Este mouse en todos lados dicen que es de tamaño grande… para nada, no es grande, yo lo considero tamaño estándar (para mouse gamer) Así que no te dejes llevar por la “moda”, no compres el Viper, llévate mejor al legendario Death Adder 😉

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  3. Tom

    I was debating whether to get the Viper Ultimate Wireless or this DA2 Pro, but I’m glad I went with the DA2 Pro. I constantly switch from PC to Mac throughout the day, so having the option to connect via **Bluetooth** was a game changer. You can keep the custom dongle in one device and simply use the switch behind the mouse to switch from Razer wireless to Bluetooth.

    Also looks great, and customizable on PC.

    However, for strictly Mac users, I don’t recommend Razer products in general as their software Synapse 3 isn’t available on Mac, nor is Synapse 2 for newer mouse models like DA2.

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  4. V

    I would think paying over $100 for a mouse would get me the top of the line. If these was some random cheap mouse, I’d understand. However, after using this for 2 weeks now, playing with all the software, debugging, reading forum posts about it, I can only assume this product is still in beta.

    You have to download the synapse software which monitors your mouse settings. Great, but it doesn’t work like it’s supposed to due to buggyness. Here’s the kicker though, repairing and/or reinstalling Synapse will result in random bugs – let me explain. Bug #1 may be present so you go to reinstall and it fixes the issue – but now bug #2 and #3 are present. I’ve never experienced software that does this, it’s baffling.

    So far, the bugs I’ve found were:

    -[Maybe not a bug] For the mouse to even be recognized, you have to plug it into a usb using a wired connection first. I’m not sure if this is intended.

    -Synapse reports X% battery life but clicking the mouse to go deeper into the settings shows a completely different battery life percentage. Not just a percent or two off, logging into synapse showed my mouse had for example, 90% battery life but when I click the mouse to change its settings, it would display 0% battery remaining.

    -Synapse would think it’s a completely new mouse depending on the USB port it’s plugged into. This would trigger a “reinstall of required software” and a restart of the computer even though you have everything you need.

    -Disconnects several times a day. Every disconnect I experienced was quick, mostly 1-3 seconds and then it would reconnect.

    -When switching between DPIs, in the right corner, there is supposed to be a popup that displays what you switched to. Instead, this rarely ever displays and behavior only gets more weird if you plug the mouse into different USB ports. Reinstalling Synapse made it work for a few hours but then it went back to being buggy.

    -Battery life, with RGB off and using “ultra fast mode” is more so 25-30 hours than their advertised 70 hours.

    I know Razer will likely comment below with a copy paste to contact their support and yet I pretty much have. I’ve went through many of the help forums, read the responses from Razer, applied their suggestions, and nothing fixes it. Secondly, it’s clear to me that most of the issues is in regards to software, not the mouse itself.

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  5. KENTELF

    lo compre porque lei que era bueno para warzone inclusive lei un comentario de mismo amazon que la persona que lo compro y lo uso gano la partida, crei fue algo exagerado pero al abrirlo y usarlo por vez primera en el juego realmente SI SE NOTA MUCHO LA DIFERENCIA, la presiciona ld isparar la suavidad del movimiento y al poderse configurar con el programa de razer usted puede configurar los DPI de cada nivel (cuenta con 5 niveles) los pre establecidos son algo exagerados y no funcionales, les recomiendo estos niveles de DPI en lo personal me funcionan muy bien y no paso del nivel 3 (lv1= 800dpi, lv2=1200 lv3=1600 lv4=2000 y lv5=2400) el nivel 1 lo ocupo aveces cuando los subfuciles tiene demasiada movilidad el lv2 es un estándar siempre esta en nivel 2 para franco o fusiles de asalto ETC ETC y nivel 3 aveces cuando las armas son extremadamente pesadas (HDR) nivel 4 y 5 nunca los toco

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  6. Kor

    This review is for the Deathadder V2 Pro Wireless.

    The Value: 7/10
    This mouse is more on the expensive side, but wow did it come in quick. One day shipping, impressive.

    The Shape: 10/10
    I loved the design of the first Deathadder, and it still reigns supreme. I have huge hands (easily can palm a professional basketball) and I’ve struggled with “esports mice,” notably the Glorious Model O Wireless. Button placement is great and it’s perfect for right-handed users.

    The Buttons/Clicks: 9/10
    The buttons and clicks feel a bit hollower compared to the Deathadder 2013. There’s just a slight more space needed to register a click. This is not a big issue and I’ve adapted fine. Response times are really quick with the new technology.

    The Quality: 10/10
    The mouse is really well-built. The rubberized sides feel good. It’s pretty much the Viper Ultimate specs with a different shell. It’s lighter than the Deathadder 2013 by 20 or so grams, so overall a great mouse.

    The Software: 6/10
    Here’s where everybody dumps their complaints. I know, the software requiring a login is dumb and invasive. It’s part of a higher-level product offering ploy. The fact that upon first plugging in the mouse, the computer pops up with an install for synapse and slows the computer down. I get it. My advice: setup an account, make your changes to RGB (which mine is off anyway), DPI, polling rate, etc., program multiple profiles using the onboard memory (in this case I have two DPI’s), then request to delete all of your user data through synapse. Delete account, uninstall synapse, then continue to live your life. You’ll be ok. If your worries about a gaming peripherals company “stealing and selling your data,” you’d be surprised of how much of your information you actually give on a daily basis just walking around in public with your Bluetooth on. Logitech has the same issue, so it’s rather hard to avoid.

    Overall: 9/10
    Tl;dr: Great ergo wireless mouse, bad software with easy workaround. Great for people who don’t like the ambidextrous esports gaming mouse shape.

    Highly recommended.

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  7. Forest Finch

    The first dumb thing about this mouse is that it requires software to set up and be functional (Razer Synapse). The next even worse thing is that Razer claims it’s mac compatible but it’s a known issue that they stopped supporting mac several operating system versions ago. So I went through the 30 minute hassle of downloading Synapse, making a Razer account and troubleshooting because the software would not identify the mouse only to read later that mac is no longer supported. Total scam. For those of you who have this mouse already and use mac, I found a lifesaver program called Razer macOS that someone made (it’s free, google it) for this exact problem. That will allow you to change DPI and RGB settings but no hotkeys or anything else. For a mouse at this price point it’s simply unacceptable that it wouldn’t support mac, much less Razer lying about it. Two stars because the mouse hardware is nice and the ergonomics are good for those with big hands. Returning this, the search continues….

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  8. Paul Bradley

    -super light weight
    -durable with no rubberize wear
    -3 connection options including wired, 2.4Ghz connection dongle, get a keyboard with USB port makes it super convenient without having to keep a cable on your desk
    -1000 polling rate
    -super soft braided cable with no kinks

    20k dpi is unnecessary as anything over 2k is basically unusable. I game in 4k 43″ and 1600-1800dpi is enough.

    I wouldn’t pay more than $100 for any mouse.

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    Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor – 3X Faster Than Mechanical Optical Switch – Chroma RGB Lighting – 70 Hr…
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