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Stay away from razer, they are cancer, you should go mionix, logitech or roccat

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post #22 of 27
I've recently switched from the G303 to the Deathadder Chroma because my G303 started to have clicking problems, and I absolutely love it, I would really recommend it. I don't really get the hate for Razer on here (I'm lurking this forum for a while now and noticed this), they do have some mediocre products with a high pricetag on them, but they really stepped up and improved a lot, and the Deathadder Chroma is an example for this, and the deathadder is known for being a long living mouse.

You mentioned that you're playing FPS, so the only Razer mouse for FPS I would recommend is the Deathadder, it's also one of the most used mouses in the CS:GO pro scene beside Zowie.
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I've recently switched from the G303 to the Deathadder Chroma because my G303 started to have clicking problems, and I absolutely love it, I would really recommend it. I don't really get the hate for Razer on here (I'm lurking this forum for a while now and noticed this), they do have some mediocre products with a high pricetag on them, but they really stepped up and improved a lot, and the Deathadder Chroma is an example for this, and the deathadder is known for being a long living mouse.

You mentioned that you're playing FPS, so the only Razer mouse for FPS I would recommend is the Deathadder, it's also one of the most used mouses in the CS:GO pro scene beside Zowie.

The deathadder is the only actually usable razer product, but it is still garbage, check the amazon reviews, lots of people complainig about build quality, and then theres the price, a cheaper mionix castor, naos 7000, or roccat kone have more features and higher end components
post #24 of 27
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The deathadder is the only actually usable razer product, but it is still garbage, check the amazon reviews, lots of people complainig about build quality, and then theres the price, a cheaper mionix castor, naos 7000, or roccat kone have more features and higher end components

Amazon reviews, really? People there give it one star because "it feels horrible" or because they can't deal with Razer synapse.

To be honest I wasn't a fan either of Razer, I purposely avoided their products, but after trying so many mouses, Roccat, Steelseries, Zowie, Logitech, Mionix (I've had all the mouses you listed), I thought I will give them another try after doing some research on their recent releases. And here I am, happy with my Deathadder Chroma, happier than I ever was with any mouse I had, love the shape, sensor feels crispy and responsive, never had problems with the mouse or Razer synapse.

My G303 had problems after only 5 months, and a lot of people are complaining about sensor rattling etc. does this mean everyone should avoid the G303? No, it's one of the best mouses on the market right now for a reason and I would recommend it to anyone even tough people are having problems with their G303. The same you could say for the Deathadder, there's a reason a lot of people out there love it. In the end it all comes down to personal prefference, with the shape etc.

So to say Razer is 'cancer', is just wrong. And it seems OP really wants to try a Razer mouse, so in my opinion he can't go wrong with the Deathadder.
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Razer mice don't last long unfortunately. I have tried a DA2013 and it lasted about 8 months before it double clicked so I resoldered a new switch and sold it.
lol, that's awful...
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Originally Posted by Wphantom View Post

Stay away from razer, they are cancer, you should go mionix, logitech or roccat

yeah I think I'll wait for another line of logitech mice
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Originally Posted by Vyrth View Post

I've recently switched from the G303 to the Deathadder Chroma because my G303 started to have clicking problems, and I absolutely love it, I would really recommend it. I don't really get the hate for Razer on here (I'm lurking this forum for a while now and noticed this), they do have some mediocre products with a high pricetag on them, but they really stepped up and improved a lot, and the Deathadder Chroma is an example for this, and the deathadder is known for being a long living mouse.

You mentioned that you're playing FPS, so the only Razer mouse for FPS I would recommend is the Deathadder, it's also one of the most used mouses in the CS:GO pro scene beside Zowie.

Ok thank you
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The deathadder is the only actually usable razer product, but it is still garbage, check the amazon reviews, lots of people complainig about build quality, and then theres the price, a cheaper mionix castor, naos 7000, or roccat kone have more features and higher end components

Lol, that's awful, I think I'll pass then
post #26 of 27
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Amazon reviews, really? People there give it one star because "it feels horrible" or because they can't deal with Razer synapse.

Lol you are very ignorant, people give it bad ratings because it breaks down, it uses cheap microswitches, materials and coatings, there cheaper and more durable mice, with more features and higher end components
post #27 of 27
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Lol you are very ignorant, people give it bad ratings because it breaks down, it uses cheap microswitches, materials and coatings, there cheaper and more durable mice, with more features and higher end components

Calling me ignorant after you said to just avoid Razer because it's cancer, and told you that I was in the same position as you and avoided Razer until I gave them another chance and they surprised me, just lol. Whatever, OP decided not to go with Razer so it doesn't matter anymore.
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