Nailing ergonomic design in the mouse market is a harder task than you might think. Everyone's mitts are different, after al. But it's something Razer focused squarely on with its DeathAdder V2 X HyperSpeed Wireless Gaming Mouse, which is wonderfully designed from a form factor and mould perspective, and therefore a perfect gaming or work option, particularly for long sessions across both.
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I gave it a solid run in a handful of games that require a bit of precision (nothing competitive), including ‘die ‘n’ retry’ shooter permadeath shooter, The Cleaner, where its precision was really on display, as well as a few other favourites like Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem and Kingdom of the Dead, to name a few. It’s the sort of mouse that performs above and beyond, but isn’t the $200-odd option some of the rest of the pros spruik, but sometimes it’s just not about that. Work with what you’ve got, and all that. Because honestly here, the baseline performance of the DeathAdder V2 X HyperSpeed is really very good, and its dual nature as a top-end work mouse (which includes in creative fields where precision use is also important), exemplified with its non-flashy design, gives it plenty of reason to be in your mouse wishlist.Click here for our DeathAdder V2 X HyperSpeed Wireless Gaming Mouse review.
Why do they always forget about the lefties?