Razer Deathadder: The Razer Deathadder V3 Pro Has a New Form and is Lower Weight

Razer Deathadder: DeathAdder is arguably the most iconic product that has helped establish Razer as a leading manufacturer of gaming mice.

This ergonomic mouse line has been around since 2006 and is still “the world’s best-selling gaming mouse,” as stated in a support article by Razer from earlier this year.

To change a DeathAdder recipe that had been effective for longer than most gaming mice are remembered must have been a significant deal at Razer HQ.

There has been an effort to make the new DeathAdder V3 Pro as comfortable to use as possible. The comfort curves on the DeathAdder’s buttons, always there, are now shallower, and the mouse’s front has fewer dramatic flares.

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For the first device ever, it features fixed mouse buttons rather than those integrated into the bendable shell. Additionally, the position of the mouse’s side buttons has been adjusted, and a deeper finger ledge has been added to facilitate a firmer hold with the ring finger.

This was accomplished while simultaneously slashing the DeathAdder V2 Pro’s weight by nearly a quarter. It is worth mentioning that Razer, once synonymous with RGB lighting, has once again opted to leave it out of a “Pro” model in favor of a lighter design.

This lowered the DeathAdder V3 Pro down to around 63 grams, which is between the weights of 55g and 65g, where the majority of new wireless flagship mice are being introduced these days.

Despite its bigger size, it weighs only 4 grams more than the previously introduced Razer Viper V2 Pro.

These alterations to bulk and ergonomics are accompanied by a slew of other refinements within the device. Since the DeathAdder V3 Pro now works with Razer’s new (available separately) 4,000MHz HyperPolling Wireless Dongle, its connection is four times faster than that of typical wireless mice running at 1,000MHz. Aside from the aforementioned Viper V2 Pro, no other device has been able to link up with the new dongle.

The new Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor is the other major internal upgrade, and it enables features like Asymmetric Cut-Off for setting more precise lift-off distance limits, Smart Tracking for more consistent tracking across surfaces, and Motion Sync for smoother tracking by syncing mouse position reports with your PC’s sensing intervals in the same way that adaptive sync technologies synchronize video frames.

Switches have been upgraded to Razer’s Optical Gen-3 versions, and battery life has been increased to 90 hours (from 70 hours in the DeathAdder V2 Pro).

The DeathAdder V3 Pro is already for sale on Razer’s website and will soon be available at retailers both online and off.

Please stay tuned for our comprehensive review of the DeathAdder V3 Pro.

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