We saw the Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse drop down to $24.99 on Black Friday weekend, but that deal had actually expired for the last couple of days. Now you can get it at that price again if you missed it the first time. Find the Razer this low at Amazon or Best Buy. It's actually the lowest price we've seen and a huge chunk off its regular $50 price.
This extremely popular mouse has a highly precise 16,000 DPI optical sensor you can adjust on the fly with a dedicated button. It has customizable RGB colors, durable mechanical switches, and a 2-year warranty. There are 7 programmable buttons.
$49.00 $24 off
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The mouse is one of Razer's most popular. The 16,000 DPI 5G optical sensor is super accurate and capable of traversing up to 450 inches per second. Of course you can adjust it to the perfect setting, and the mouse has a button dedicated to doing just that so you can fix it on-the-fly based on the game you're playing or work you're doing.
The ergonomic form factor means you'll be able to game on and on for hours without feeling fatigue. Plus, the mouse has mechanical switches that are durable for up to 50 million clicks. The seven buttons on the mouse are all reprogrammable, including the dedicated DPI button if you decide you don't need that function. You can use Razer's Synapse software to set these up and create complex macro functions.
The mouse also has Razer Chroma, which we've broken down before. It's a cool tech exclusive to Razer. At its basic level, Chroma gives you the same RGB as a lot of other PC peripherals. Customize the colors on the mouse using over 16 million different possibilities. But then you can use Chroma to sync your lights with games like Gears 5 or smart devices like Philips Hue light strips. You end up with a personalized light show going off all around you.
This Windows Central review from 2016 calls it a "jack of all trades option that can handle various titles" and added "With the pairing of Synapse and Chroma lighting, the mouse itself also looks incredible both in and without light."
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