Razer keep delivering hit after hit. I don’t like to start an article with a bunch of preamble but I’m going to. Here’s the deal: Razer are on fire across all of their product lines. Ok, with that off my chest, let’s get to the review.
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A Mini Beast
The Deathadder v2 Mini is not as mini as you may think. Measuring 2.6′ x 1.5′ x 2.2′, it’s smaller than the Deathadder v2 but not so small that adults can’t use it. According to Healthline, the average size of adult male’s hand measures 7.6 inches. My average sized-hands adapted well to this Deathadder, although I cannot recommend it for everyday gaming or office use when the standard Deathadder v2 is also available.
This is truly a mini version of the Deathadder v2, which I had an opportunity to review recently. What you will find with the mini is a shrunken down, well built mouse. Razer even went as far as to include grippy 3M stickers! I found these helpful on the sides of the mouse, but not on the primary buttons. In the images below, you will see that I put the Deathadder Mini side by side with Razer’s Basilisk v2, to show the similarity between the 3M stickers next to the pattern finish on the Basilisk.
Who is this For?
This is easy: the Deathadder V2 Mini is for folks seeking a fantastic, top-knotch gaming mouse and may have smaller than average hands. Although, folks with larger hands may also find this mouse perfectly comfortable. It’s priced at just $49.99.