The Razer DeathAdder 2013 has been officially unveiled as arguably the most precise mouse in the world, boasting a 6400dpi optical sensor that trumps the 3500dpi one used by its predecessor.
Replacing the existing DeathAdder model in Razer’s line-up, the Razer DeathAdder 2012 is described by the peripheral manufacturer as “improving on perfection” and is clearly aimed at PC gamers who are looking for ultimate accuracy – we don’t suppose that incredibly sensitive sensor will make much difference to those of us who just want to check emails, surf the web and play the odd bout of Angry Birds when we get bored.
The DeathAdder 2013 also features improved ergonomics over its predecessor, thanks to new rubber side grips. It comes with a lengthy 7-foot USB cable, as well as Razer’s own Synapse 2.0 software, which syncs to the cloud and ensures the latest drivers are downloaded.
Whilst at present only a right-handed edition of the Razer DeathAdder 2013 is available, it is expected that, much like its predessor, the latest DeathAdder mouse will be made available to lefty gamers in the near future.
Available to buy now, the Razer DeathAdder 2013 is far from the cheapest, or indeed most expensive gaming mouse on the market with wannabe owners needing to part ways with £64.99 to get 6400dpi response rates.
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