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- Great for medium to large hands
- Mouse is on the bulky side
- Requires software to set up and be functional (Razer Synapse)
- Mac compatibility issue with Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro Wireless
- A wireless version of the original, replete with Razer's updated suite of
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Great for former Deathadder users. Woke “Data privacy” people need to chill.
This review is for the Deathadder V2 Pro Wireless. The Value: 7/10 This mouse is more on the expensive side, but wow did it come in quick. One day shipping, impressive. The Shape: 10/10 I loved the design of the first Deathadder, and it still reigns supreme. I have huge hands (easily can palm a prof...
The Best Wireless Gaming Mouse - Spring 2022
If you're looking for a cheaper option that still has heavy-hitting performance, the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro is worth a look. It isn't a true ambidextrous mouse with side buttons on either side like the Razer Viper Ultimate, and it isn't as lightweight, but it has slightly lower click latency. You c...
Welp, it happened to me. I have always been a big fan of the Deathadder, so when the Deathadder V2 Pro came out, it was like a dream come true. They had the mouse and the dock for a $30 discount on release, so I jumped over all over that. I would usually buy from Amazon for the 5% discount, 2 day shipping, and hassle/cost free returns, but this was too big a discount to pass up, and I didn't mind waiting for regular shipping.
Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
The DeathAdder V2 Pro gives a slick mouse the wireless treatment.
Can any daily users recommend a gaming mouse that will last longer than a year?
The Razer Deathadder V2 pro is the best razor product that has ever released. I have had not had a single issue in neither form or function with the mouse, dpi settings go up to 20,000 and are very easily adjustable. I haven't had any issues with synapse, I mean apart from other applications overriding the RGB settings sometimes but I don't think that's really something you can blame synapse for. Other than that the make of the mouse itself is very nice, everything is made in such a way to be comfortable and used constantly without failure.
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It was just like really tedious with this mouse um. Actually, it's not even the right word. It was just painful, and that is at least my experience and whenever i notice that, like with a new mouse or something that is what the is wrong with me, that a specific part of my aim is lacking um
After 13 years, time to upgrade ! (IME 3.0 to IM Pro)
I wanted to cut the cord so I ordered the Deathadder V2 Pro...the clicks and coating on it are so trash that I am sending it back and going back to my IMP that has a shoddy scroll wheel and completely worn stock feet. Imagine if they had a wireless version...it would be the best palm mouse on the market.
Not Mac Compatible!! Razer is totally lying about this
The first dumb thing about this mouse is that it requires software to set up and be functional (Razer Synapse). The next even worse thing is that Razer claims it's mac compatible but it's a known issue that they stopped supporting mac several operating system versions ago. So I went through the 30 m...
Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro
The Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro is an excellent wireless gaming mouse. Its design is nearly identical to the Razer DeathAdder V2, but it now has wireless connectivity, and it can pair to two devices simultaneously for better multitasking. It has a right-handed ergonomic design that makes ...
I’ve been using the Deathadder Chroma on a QcK mouse pad exclusively for 5 years and I just got the Deathadder V2 Pro in today. I played around for about a little over an hour and I’ll have to say, I’m not sure if I made the right move. The mouse is lighter and glides almost too effortlessly. I play pretty much only tactical shooters (CS GO and Valorant) and I feel like it’s harder to control my crosshair cause the mouse is so slippery.