Hey friends, Joe here it Geeks WorldWide and this is the Razer Deathadder V2 Pro. This is a professional grade version of the classic Deathadder Gaming mouse Razors. Made a lot of improvements that I’ll walk you through right now. Heads up is $130. You can get directly from Razer’s website link in the description. No affiliate link attributed to that so.
Buy it or don’t up to you. And yeah, let’s dive in. I’ll show you an accuracy test as well. At the end of this video enjoy, OK, so let’s start with a tour and what you can expect on the right hand side. You have this nice rubber grip. There are no buttons on that side on the other. Same rubbery grip but two buttons. The nice curve to them exactly as you can expect from the Deathadder series.
On the top you’ll notice the DPI buttons. There is DPI up DPI down. These can be mapped to specific numbers using the Razer Synapse software and up to five stages.
This scroll wheel here that this feels so good. It’s also actual Obel actual table. I mean you press the button. It makes the thing. So that’s really good. These two main primary buttons left and right click. These are optical switches, which is a change razormaid fairly recently to the deathadder. These optical switches, they say, perform at the speed of light.
So actuation happens very quickly very rapidly, and they feel very good. I can tell you that and you’ll see it in the demo at the end when I did an accuracy test, even with my old carpal tunnel ridden hands, I still got very good accuracy.
For lighting you have one option, it’s the razor icon. Here you can set it to anything in the razor series of Chroma, but I just I’m boring. I skip it on a static blue couple of things to note. This uses the hyper speed wireless sensor. It’s rated for 70 hours of battery life, an I would say it’s about that for me. It’s been good this last couple of days.
And yeah, it’s a little little ergonomic, not super ergonomic. If you wanna see a comparison, I use this as a primary mouse, but for the last few days I’ve been using the deathadder. This is Razor Pro click mouse. It’s made in common in partnership with human scale.
And you can see the curve is completely different for your palm, so this feels more comfortable to me. But I have really bad hands. Well not that bad, but I don’t know. I’m better off with an ergonomic mouse. OK, the last thing I’ll mention is connectivity, so you can connect this mouse in three different modes. You have Bluetooth.
Or you have wireless transmission through USB, as we’re all familiar with 2.4 GHz. The compartments right here with the USB dongle in there you’ll notice I’m not using it ’cause I use Bluetooth right now, so I’ve been testing it, no issues. Or you can connect it over micro USB.
Which is also how you charge the mouse when the time comes. There’s another option for charging, and that’s to use these Contacts in combination with one of razors mouse docs. I can’t recall what those costs. My guess is 50 or $60.00, but I do like having those I’ve used them with other Razer mice like the Viper Ultimate or the Basilisk ultimate. They are good to have.
I have not used those with this, but I will try that out and let you guys know. Last comment. 20 K DPI optical so 20,000 DPI. That’s very sensitive an it shows I’ve done most of my work, has been of course Excel office.
Outlook Chrome, but of course if needed I would not be afraid of game with this thing, so I’m going to show you now a demo that I recorded and hopefully you find this whole thing to be helpful. We appreciate you being here in part of the community and thanks to Razer for sending over this mouse. Cheers.