Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers’ iconic gaming mouse, the Razer DeathAdder has crossed a major sales milestone with over 10 million units sold since its launch in 2006. The longevity and popularity of the DeathAdder is testimony to its groundbreaking performance and iconic design. It has won numerous awards and the devotion of fans worldwide.
The carefully crafted ergonomic design of the DeathAdder is suited for the two most popular gaming grip positions – claw and palm grip – and has been honed throughout the years for maximum performance.
The DeathAdder Elite and DeathAdder Essential form the latest lineup in gaming’s most prestigious line of mice. The DeathAdder Elite flagship now sports a native 16,000 DPI optical sensor and Razer’s own proprietary mechanical mouse switches for supreme control and accuracy.
The DeathAdder has appeared in 25 variations, including game- and team-branded editions. A favourite among tournament champions, the DeathAdder has sported the colours of esports giants such as Team Liquid and SKT-1. League of Legends superstar, Faker, was using the Razer DeathAdder even before he turned pro. He then went on to win the 2013, 2015, and 2016 World Championships with the DeathAdder.
Gamers from all genres love the DeathAdder as their mouse of choice, with game publishers opting to partner with Razer, adorning the DeathAdder with artwork from their triple-A titles to bring gamers Overwatch, Destiny 2, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Call of Duty: Black Ops, World of Tanks, Dragon Age II and Guild Wars editions.
The DeathAdder was the first gaming mouse to be produced specifically in a left-handed version. Listening to the community, Razer crafted the DeathAdder in a mirror image of itself and met demands for a mouse that was purposefully engineered to give lefties the unfair advantage.