Razer DeathAdder V2 PRO Review

Deathadder V2 Pro

Razer Released the Deathadder V2 last year march, after a decade of refreshes and rebrands, They finally released the true successor to the Deathadder, The Deathadder V2. Now a year later, They have finally brought out what some would call the only missing features from the V2.

 

Introducing the Razer Deathadder V2 PRO.

The Deathadder v2 pro comes with three modes of connectivity,

Yes. Three.

You can now use it Wired, Bluetooth Wireless and using Razer’s Own Hyperspeed Wireless via a 2.4GHZ Usb Type-A Connector. This opens up a world of possibility when using it . The Hyperspeed Connector also lets you connect Two Razer devices with a single Dongle. This frees up a ton of desk space and gives you a really clean sleek look on your desk. It does feel a little heavier than the Normal V2 however that is normal as it’s a wireless gaming mouse. These changes however have NO impact on the comfort. It still looks and feels as great as the v2 did. It still has the same Focus+ Sensor at 20,000 DPI with a very high accuracy. The battery life lasted me approximately 3 days with on and off gaming and heavy work use. This however was with the rgb off. With RGB on it lasted approximately a full day. But hey RGB is gamer, right?

The Synapse Software is still used for the Deathadder v2 Pro and allows you to tweak all the options, Including customizing the RGB Lighting, Tweaking the DPI, and Adjusting the power settings for the mouse. Synapse is still really easy to use and very User Friendly. The Deathadder v2 does allow for 5 Profiles to be saved on the device and you can swap between them on the fly

The Technical Stuff

Sensor Type Optical
Sensor Model Razer Focus+
Sensitivity 20,000 DPI
Polling Rate 1,000 Hz
Programmable Buttons 8
LED Zones 1 RGB zone
Connectivity 2.4 GHz USB Type-A dongle (Razer HyperSpeed), Bluetooth, USB Type-A
Cable 1.8m USB Type-A
Measurements (LxWxH) 127 x 61.7 x 42.7mm
Weight 88g
Software Razer Synapse 3

 

Final Thoughts

The Deathadder V2 Pro doesn’t change much from the non-Pro version,

However if you do want a really decent wireless gaming mouse without the frills and an entire calculator on the side of your mouse this is likely as good as it gets. I absolutely loved this mouse with everything from Work to Gaming related use.

 

Pros

–Amazing Wireless Performance

–20,000 DPI Sensor

–Long Battery Life

Cons

–Really Pricey All Things Considered.

–Not Hugely Different from the V2

 

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