Razer releases DeathAdder Chroma gaming mouse

Razer releases DeathAdder Chroma gaming mouse

The US company Razer, known for making high-end gaming peripherals, has released the DeathAdder Chroma gaming mouse. The new company product looks like its predecessor, which means it comes with the same ergonomic design. But the fun only starts here – the DeathAdder Chroma gaming mouse comes with a number of features that truly distinguish it as a high-end gaming mouse.

The DeathAdder Chroma comes with a 10 000 DPI optical sensor that is able to distinguish lift-off distance as precise as 1 mm on most surfaces, incuding glass table tops. In addition to that the upgraded sensor is capable of mouse movement speeds of up to 200 inches per second with 50 G acceleration, ensuring exact accuracy and organic fluidity on screen.

“The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is the world’s best gaming mouse favored by eSports athletes everywhere,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO. “Our Synapse software continues to add value to our hardware products, and this is the latest example of that. Validated by professional eSports athletes, the iconic ergonomic design and the ability for gamers to hone their accuracy make the Razer DeathAdder Chroma the perfect mouse for any play style.”

The DeathAdder Chroma measures 127 x 70 x 44 mm, weighs 105 grams and includes a gold-plated USB connector, always-on mode, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, 1000 Hz ultrapolling, five independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons and Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options. Razer Synapse: Stats & Heatmaps allows gamers to track game time, button presses, distance moved and even how much overall pressure was exerted during gaming.

The new gaming mouse by Razer is available now for USD 69.99/EUR 69.99 depending on where you live.

Source: Razer

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