Razer intros DeathAdder Black Edition mouse

First introduced back in 2006, now Razer decided to refresh again its DeathAdder mouse and has introduced a special All-Black version of its rodent.

The new version of DeathAdder mouse feature a sleek all-black finish and gets a non-slip rubber sides for enhanced handling. Aside from that, it packs same ergonomic profile, 3500dpi 3.5G infrared sensor, 1000hz Ultrapolling with 1ms response time, 5 Hypereponse buttons, and On-the-Fly sensitivity adjustment. It is available now at company website and worldwide in February for US $59.99 / EU €59.99

Razer DeathAdder Black Edition mouse

“We set out five years ago to create the most ergonomically perfect mouse; conducting extensive research which spanned thousands of simulations and models. We even obsessed down to a micro-angle of the profile’s curvature. The result is a mouse that becomes an extension of the gamer’s hand, the ultimate device for gaming precision. We’re releasing the DeathAdder Black Edition to celebrate every gamer’s victory and every satisfaction thanks to its exceptionally precise design.”

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