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Is there a difference between a typical Dell mouse and a Razer DeathAdder ?

#21Last Grand MageX2Posted 8/26/2013 9:31:12 AM
I would recommend not getting a Logitech G400 unless you've actually had a chance you use it, I find the size and position of the thumb buttons to really suck, to the point where I can't really use them. The Deathadder fits perfectly in my hand and has it's thumb buttons right where my thumb naturally rests.
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#22Immortal_MooPosted 8/26/2013 9:32:56 AM
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#23A_Vengeful_PiePosted 8/26/2013 2:52:26 PM
I've had my Death Adder for 5 years now. It still works pretty well too. Some minor tracking issues, but nothing that makes it unusable. I don't know what the new ones are like though.
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#24Fade2black001Posted 8/26/2013 2:54:30 PM
The dell mouse will last longer.
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#25nIMr0D888Posted 8/26/2013 3:26:22 PM
Fade2black001 posted...
The dell mouse will last longer.

Haha came in to say exactly this.
#26AtomicPenguin76Posted 8/27/2013 5:46:44 PM
People really need to look at the Anker 8000. Feels more or less like a Deathadder, tracks just as well if not better, has more options, and is cheaper.

A Deathadder is definitely better than a standard Dell mouse. It's not even comparable if you play on a large high-res monitor, you'll notice the tracking and accuracy differences immediately.