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[Amazon.ca] Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse - $42

Hello. I was notified that this item just dropped in price on Amazon. It seems to be a ATL. I think it's a pretty good price. I own this mouse and I like it.

Enjoy guys.
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eon90210 wrote: Hello. I was notified that this item just dropped in price on Amazon. It seems to be a ATL. I think it's a pretty good price. I own this mouse and I like it.

Enjoy guys.
lowest price i;'ve seen
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Poutinesauce wrote: I don't like this mouse, it's just so bulbous in the hand, it's supposed to be comfortable but it's actually uncomfortable.

The Basilisk mice from Razer are much better for comfort, save for the mouse wheel which is too high.
As for comfort, it's possible to try it out at Bestbuy. They may have one on display, at least the Marine Dr. location in Vancouver does. Not sure about other locations. You can also price match at BB with Amazon.ca if you decide to buy it.
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Poutinesauce wrote: I don't like this mouse, it's just so bulbous in the hand, it's supposed to be comfortable but it's actually uncomfortable.

The Basilisk mice from Razer are much better for comfort, save for the mouse wheel which is too high.
I agree. It's not as comfortable as some people make it out to be despite having the reputation of a very ergonomic mouse.
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u need large hands for this mouse or it will be uncomfortable.
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Poutinesauce wrote: I don't like this mouse, it's just so bulbous in the hand, it's supposed to be comfortable but it's actually uncomfortable.
It depends on your hand shape I guess. For me this is me most confortable mouse in the world.
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I'm getting a second mouse for my work computer. I'll add myself to the "this mouse feels really comfortable in my hand" category. Thanks OP!
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Cool. Not a gamer, but going to give this a try for CAD related work

EDIT: only thing im concerned about is their sketchy ass Razer Synapse software
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Poutinesauce wrote: I don't like this mouse, it's just so bulbous in the hand, it's supposed to be comfortable but it's actually uncomfortable.

The Basilisk mice from Razer are much better for comfort, save for the mouse wheel which is too high.
Very true - I've tried both. Basilisk is MUCH better in hand (not to mention it has more buttons, adjustable scroll wheel and better cord) but nothing comes close to the G9x IMHO...
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Hmmm, was thinking of ordering this but seeing the posts above indicating that the Basilisk is more comfortable to use, I'll stick with that. Still a good deal, though.
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I CAD for 8 hours a day with this mouse, it's by far the most comfortable mouse I've used
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taeyang987 wrote: Would the Logitech G502 SE Hero be better? or the Logitech G305 Lightspeed?

https://www.amazon.ca/Logitech-910-0057 ... atf_m&th=1

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B086PD ... w_unk&th=1
I find the G502 more comfortable than the Deathadder yes. That shape really is the ideal ergonomic form perfected.

I must say that I prefer the G502 to the Basilisk (Razer's clone of the G502) as well, although the Basilisk is lighter, because the mouse wheel is not as high on the G502. Although Logitech mice are notorious for their double clicking issues.

I don't know if Razer fixed this with the Basilisk V3. I look at this link and it seems the mouse wheel is at a greater downward angle than the V2. If they really did fix it, I would definitely get the Basilisk V3.

https://www.rtings.com/mouse/tools/comp ... shold=0.10
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rtings now reviews mouse? They going to review vibrators next?
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I’m so used to playing with a controller with games but was curious in playing keyboard and mouse. Is it hard to adapt to something new? Currently playing the new battlefield 2042 and downloaded the free cod warfare
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sassysue wrote: I’m so used to playing with a controller with games but was curious in playing keyboard and mouse. Is it hard to adapt to something new? Currently playing the new battlefield 2042 and downloaded the free cod warfare
FPS are easier to play with mouse and keyboard after getting used to it. As far as how long it takes, that varies.
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You don't need to install the software if you only want to use the mouse as a ... mouse lol
The software is only for the RGB lights and assign buttons.
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Dang, missed the price. Now it's back to $67.13.

IMO, most comfortable mouse I've tried. I completely palm the mouse and because of the size and shape of the DeathAdder I can do that without my finger's dragging on the mousepad. Started with the first gen 1800 dpi, replaced with the 3.5G sensor model, and now I'm using the 2013 model (damn this mouse is old). For reference, I generally wear medium size gloves.

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