Razer DeathAdder reaches 10 million units sold

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Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mice

Both versions allow for claw and palm grip and have been refined for maximum comfort and performance over the past 13 years.

The DeathAdder has been a cornerstone of Razer’s gaming mouse lineup since 2006 and has reached a bit milestone: 10 million units sold.

With 25 different variations, including game- and team-branded versions, the Razer DeathAdder Elite and DeathAdder Essential remain tournament gamer favourites. The gaming mouse is used by eSports teams like Team Liquid and SKT-1. Not only that, branded editions including artwork from triple-A titles like Overwatch, Destiny 2, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Call of Duty: Black Ops, World of Tanks, Dragon Age II, and Guild Wars have adorned this popular gaming mouse.

The flagship Elite version now sports a native 16,000 DPI optical sensor and Razer’s own proprietary mechanical mouse switches for supreme control and accuracy. Both versions allow for claw and palm grip and have been refined for maximum comfort and performance over the past 13 years. In addition, it was also the first gaming mouse to be released in a left-handed version for leftie gamers.

Rumour has it that Razer will be discounting the DeathAdder on Amazon Prime Day, so if you’ve been looking to pick one up, you might want to bookmark the Amazon sales page and check back on July 15th.

On that note, the DeathAdder Elite is currently selling for US$44.99 on Amazon, which is a savings of $25 and definitely a great deal considering that’s only $5 more than the current selling price of the DeathAdder Essential.

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