Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro | Review

With its 15 million units sold worldwide, the DeathAdder range of mice is undoubtedly the one that has found the most success at Razer thanks to its attractive lines, an excellent degree of ergonomics and a noteworthy technical sector.

Strengthened by the success of the Viper V2 Pro, Razer has decided to further raise the bar and has prepared a new version of the DeathAdder, even lighter and more performing than the previous models, designed mainly for eSports, in fact collaborating with the best athletes in circulation (belonging to the DRX Vision Strikers, MAD Lions, Swag teams).

The DeathAdder V3 Pro weighs only 64 grams in the white version and 63 in the black one, 25% lighter than its predecessor and integrates (for the first time) the third generation optical switches (the Razer Optical Mouse switches Gen-3 ) and the brand new Focus Pro 30K optical sensor.

Already seen on the Viper V2 Pro, Razer’s new Focus Pro 30K optical sensor is capable of reaching 30,000 DPI of resolution with a degree of tracking accuracy of 99.8% and is also equipped with AI-based features such as Smart Tracking. , Motion Sync and Asymmetric Cut-off, the latter further enhanced to support up to 26 granular levels of height adjustment compared to 3 in the previous version.

This greater degree of customization allows you to set a lift and landing distance that best suits your style of play.

The DeathAdder V3 Pro is rechargeable via USB Type-C and has a DPI control button on the bottom, which allows you to adjust the sensitivity of the sensor without having to resort to software.

Included in the package are pre-cut grip tapes, a Razer Speedflex charging cable and the 2.4GHz HyperSpeed ​​USB dongle extender.

To support the launch of the DeathAdder V3 Pro we think the new Razer HyperPolling Wireless Dongle (sold separately or in bundle), an adapter that allows you to have a 4000Hz polling (four times higher than the standard bundled adapter), capable of performing wireless polling with 0.25ms intervals to offer even smoother tracking and virtually zero input latency.

Before proceeding with our review we leave you, as usual, to the table that summarizes the technical specifications.

Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro
Asymmetrical for right-handers
Razer 90 million-click third-generation optical switch
Optical Razer Focus Pro 30K
Maximum resolution
30.000 DPI
Polling Rate
125 – 500 – 1000Hz
Tracking speed
750 IPS
70 G
Razer Hyperspeed (USB e wireless 2.4GHz)
Number Buttons
Razer Synapse 3
Memoria on-board
Single profile
Up to 90 hours with standard wireless adapter (1000Hz Polling)
Up to 24 hours with Razer HyperPolling Adapter (4000Hz Polling)
1.8 meter SpeedFlex cable
64 grams (adapter excluded)
2 years

For more information on Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro, we refer you to the official website reachable at this link.

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