Razer DeathAdder Chroma:Top Gaming Mouse of 2017 for win7,win8,win10

Razer DeathAdder Chroma
THE GOOD
  • Comfortable, attractive design
  • Fantastic software
  • Pretty backlighting
  • Great performance
THE BAD
  • Lighting could be more powerful
  • Not for left-handed use. No weight adjustment.

Razer DeathAdder Chroma For win7,win8,win10

If you’re a gamer looking to get an edge, you know that the right gaming mouse can mean the difference between sweet victory and cold, hard defeat. The Razer DeathAdder Chroma will help ensure the former with its ergonomic design and numerous customization options for both performance and lighting. It has a higher level of sensitivity than the Editors’ Choice-winning Corsair M65 RGB Laser Gaming Mouse , as well as a less slippery finish, and a lower price.

The DeathAdder Chroma is nothing new in the grand scheme of things, but if you value simplicity and colorful lighting, this is the mouse to get.The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is our new top pick for gaming mice. But the latest gaming mouse from the peripheral manufacturer, the Razer DeathAdder Chroma, is a gaming mouse that anyone could love. Whether you’re a claw-grip gamer or you prefer palming your peripheral, it’s wonderfully designed. The biggest style addition to this iteration, though, is the subdued, customizable lighting system that sets the Chroma apart from the competition.

The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is a high-speed gaming mouse with a 10,000 dpi optical sensor, adjustable LEDs and 1,000Hz polling. With a simple five-button design, this gameing mouse offers the basics, tuned to high performance for tournaments, e-sports and FPS games. With two extra buttons, you get some additional functions that are easy to learn.

While the Razer DeathAdder Chroma only features five programmable buttons, which means that you can only assign a few macros, hotkeys or other functions, it does feature a 10,000 dpi optical sensor for high responsiveness and accuracy. The fast dpi adjustment means that you can change dpi settings in a game for use with a sniping function or aiming as needed.

The DeathAdder Chroma is still a relatively small gaming mouse (5.00 x 2.76 x 1.73 inches) with padded contours for the thumb and two outermost fingers. It’s an extremely comfortable gaming mouse, although it forgos a proper thumb rest to achieve its small size.DeathAdder Chroma

The mouse has five buttons in a smart layout: a right button, a left button, a clickable scroll wheel and two thumb buttons. Both of the thumb buttons are large and easily accessible, and every button feels good to click, offering just enough resistance.

The Razer DeathAdder Chroma shares the same dimensions as the regular Razer DeathAdder – 5 x 2.76 x 1.73 inches (L x W x H) Don’t worry about slipping with this gaming mouse, as it’s made out of a nicely textured hard plastic with grippy rubber on the sides, as well as the scroll wheel.

The front of the gaming mouse is formed into a concave, natural “W”-shape that allows for the perfect amount of finger space and does a great job of supporting the palm without fatiguing the wrist.

On the gaming mouse you’ll find five buttons: the standard right and left click buttons, a scroll wheel that functions as a third button, and two programmable buttons located on the left side of the gaming mouse. The programmable buttons feel quite natural, and have been designed to have the same actuation as the main left- and right-click buttons.

Last but not least is the the IR optical sensor that delivers an outstanding 10,000 dpi.

Software and customization

While the mouse itself is outstanding, the software (while being fairly intuitive) can be a bit slow, and the use of cloud computing instead of native memory for the gaming  mouse is a bit questionable. Although the mouse doesn’t necessarily need the proprietary Razer drivers to work, you will need them to customize any function on the mouse. Worse, finding the drivers on Razer’s website is convoluted and could really use an auto-detect feature.

Synapse itself is a fairly robust customization program. It features Razer’s typical design structure, and allows multiple users to each create their own profile, which is handy for those who have to share a computer. Razer also uses the cloud so users can access their settings from different computers. However, it seems a bit intrusive to expect users to install Synapse on every computer that they want to use the DeathAdder Chroma on if they want to keep their customized settings on the go; built-in memory would’ve been a better way to go.

The software also lets you customize each button (such as assigning your right-click button to launch programs or run a custom macro), as well as set gaming mouse sensitivity, acceleration (the rate of increase in speed of the cursor with gaming mouse movement), and polling rate (lag time). You can even calibrate the mouse to a particular mouse pad. The interface is very intuitive and makes the DeathAdder Chroma easy to set up to your exact preferences.

Conclusion
The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is an excellent gaming mouse with a very ergonomic design and numerous customization options for lighting and performance via the included software. While you can’t adjust the weight of the gaming mouse like you can on the Corsair M65 RGB, it has a better feel and a stronger sensor, making it our new Editors’ Choice for gaming mice.