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Witness an icon reborn with the Razer DeathAdder V2 - an ergonomic mouse designed with deadly curves and killer lines for a weapon that handles like no other. With a next-gen sensor and switches packed into a lighter form factor, a new era of high-performance gaming has already taken shape.
Designed with the best-in-class ergonomics and improved side grips, the DeathAdder V2 is suited for hours of gameplay with reduced stress on your hands, eliminating unnecessary finger drag points.
While the Razer DeathAdder has evolved over the years, there's one thing that's never changed: it's ability to break the mold and raise the bar. The DeathAdder has appeared in over 30 variations, with more than 10 million models sold worldwide.
Designed specifically for medium to large hands, the DeathAdder's unique ergonomic shape is perfectly suited for palm grip users and works well with claw grip styles. Going beyond conventional office ergonomics, the optimized design also provides greater comfort for gaming - important for those long raids or when you're grinding your rank on ladder
Single-minded in the pursuit for true gaming precision, the latest mouse sensor is designed with the highest specs in the market - 99.6% resolution accuracy, 20,000 DPI and 650 IPS for best-in-class performance. When being better by convention is not enough, engineers are pushed to search for other ways to make sensors more precise than ever.
For optimal gaming precision, older sensors need to be manually calibrated each time you switch to a new mouse surface. If they aren't tuned, this cases the lift-off distance - the distance at which the mouse stops tracking when picked up to be inconsistent, which affects your accuracy in-game.
With Smart Tracking, Razer Focus+Optical Sensor is able to automatically calibrate itself across different mouse surfaces, ensuring your lift-off distance and accuracy remains consistent.
A favorite among tournament champions, the DeathAdder has also sported the colors of e-sports giants such as Team Liquid and SKT-1. League of Legends superstar, Faker, was using the Razer DeathAdder even before he turned pro. He then went on to win the 2013, 2015 and 2016 World Championships with the DeathAdder.