Durable Razer Optical Switches (up to 90 million clicks)
High-quality PTFE glide feet
No onboard storage of the key assignment
No RGB lighting
The Razer Deathadder V3 is a sophisticated further development of the Deathadder V2. Its extremely lightweight design, combined with the precise sensor and high polling rate of 8,000 Hz, makes it the ideal choice for gamers who value speed and accuracy.
Although it does without some additional functions, the mouse impresses with its ergonomics and performance. With a current price of around 65 euros, it offers good value for money and is a strong option for gamers – especially those who focus on FPS games.
The Razer Deathadder V3, a further development of the popular Deathadder series of gaming mice, comes to the test with a weight of just 59 grams and a revised design. This model promises a combination of lightness and performance for ambitious shooter gamers as well as fingertip and claw grip users. So, does it hold up to all of the hype? Read on to find out.
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Razer Deathadder V3: Design and ergonomics
The Razer Deathadder V3 has an ergonomic design for right-handers that’s reminiscent of the popular Mamba series and adopts the chassis of the wireless Pro. Although it loses the rubberized edges and RGB lighting compared to its predecessor, it also boasts a significant weight reduction. At just 59 grams, it’s one of the lightest gaming mice on the market!
The chassis is made of hard plastic and the mouse itself measures 128 x 68 x 44 mm. That means it’s ideal for gamers who play with fingertip or claw grip. High-quality PTFE feet ensure optimum gliding properties. However, you’ll have to do without RGB lighting on this model.