Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro Mouse Review
A wireless, lightweight gaming mouse that is part of Razer’s DeathAdder portfolio is the DeathAdder V3 Pro. This mouse, like prior iterations, is right-handed and works best with larger hands. This version differs from earlier editions because it is substantially lighter and has a somewhat different shape. It has a new sensor, a new generation of optical switches, and increased battery life, among other notable improvements.
- Only appropriate for hands of a greater size
- Unsuitable for storage in laptop bags or cases; bulky
Video Games (FPS)
A fantastic FPS gaming mouse is the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro. It feels very nicely crafted and is incredibly light. Although the ergonomic, right-handed design is pleasant, it works best with larger hands. The sensor is exceedingly accurate and constant, the feet glide easily across mousepads and surfaces, and the click latency is incredibly minimal.
Color of Lighting No Lighting
The Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro shares a striking resemblance with earlier models in the lineup. Still, Razer has made minor design adjustments and eliminated the RGB lighting and two CPI buttons below the scroll wheel. The left- and right-click buttons are now separate in this version, whereas they were previously a part of the outer body.
Despite being substantially lighter than earlier models, the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro feels incredibly solid. If you shake the mouse, there are no rattling noises, and the click buttons are incredibly stable.
Despite this, applying enough force to the mouse’s plastic sides will cause the bottom panel to flex slightly and allow you to activate the side buttons. However, neither of these minor faults should cause trouble when used frequently.
Size: 5.0″ (127 mm)
Length: 1.7″ (43 mm)
Width: 2.6″ (67 mm)
Width of Grip: 63 mm
Volume: 22.21 in³ (364 cm³)
Cable/Receiver Storing: No
Lowest Weight :61.7 g
Default Weight: 61.7 g
Weight Distribution: Centered
Extra Weights: No
Compared to the DeathAdder V2 Pro from the previous generation, the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro is a lot lighter. Furthermore, it is slightly heavier than the Razer Viper V2 Pro, which is smaller.
With a 1000Hz polling rate, the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro’s battery life lasts up to 90 hours of continuous use. Razer also provides a “HyperPolling” receiver that you may purchase separately to up the polling rate to 4000Hz. The anticipated battery life of this receiver is reduced to 24 hours when used with a polling rate of 4000 Hz.
The Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro boasts an excellent mouse foot with rounded corners. They move quickly on hard and soft mousepads and directly on tables, but not nearly as smoothly as the Razer Viper V2 pro’s feet.
Maximum Of Paired Devices: 1
Battery Type: Rechargeable
Use When Charging: Yes
On/Off Activation: Auto Off And On/Off Switch
Receiver Extender: Yes
Battery Indicator: Yes
From the Box
- Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro
- USB receiver
- USB receiver extender
- USB-C to USB-A charging cable
- Adhesive rubberized side grips
- USB covers
- User documentation
The mouse wheel on the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro offers light, quiet steps with good precision, and it has a soft, quiet feel. The centre click is also satisfying and doesn’t activate accidently as you scroll.
Scroll Wheel: Notched Wheel
Scroll Wheel Steps: 24 Steps
Scroll Wheel Tilt: No
Thumb Wheel: No
Thumb Wheel Steps :No Thumb Wheel
Complete Windows Compatibility
Complete Mac OS Compatibility
Both Windows and macOS are fully compatible with this mouse. The software, however, only works with Windows.
Compatible Software Option
Software Name: Razer Synapse 3
Software Windows Compatibility: Yes
Software macOS Compatibility: No
Account Needed: No
On-Board Memory: Yes
CPI (DPI) Adjustment: Yes
Polling Rate Adjustment: Yes
Profile Configuration: Yes
RGB On/Off: No
Razer’s Synapse 3 software is excellent all around. It’s neatly organized and comparatively simple to use.
Numerous variables, including CPI, lift-off distance, surface calibration, and power settings, are customizable.
However, this software receives criticism from the larger community, just as the software solutions from other significant manufacturers. The testing of this mouse revealed no problems, but many internet users have criticized the software for, among other things, using excessive system resources and frequent upgrades. If you prefer software that is less heavy-duty or none at all, you could find this software to be frustrating.