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How is this any different from a deathadder?
Razer's warranty and customer service is absolute crap.
I don't know about any actual product differences though.
The deathadder has a perfect 1:1 response to user input.
This mouse has hardware acceleration in the vein of 20g, which throws off the actual input. A deathadder is better than this mouse since it has a flawless sensor, while this mouse uses a A3090 sensor, which again; has hardware acceleration, and is therefore not flawless.
Fact sheet for anyone interested in the A3090 sensor in this mouse:
Also this sensor has hardware angle snapping which is absolute mouse cancer, but that is disabled in zowie EC eVo brand mice, I don't know if it's disabled in this particular mouse since it IS an OEM.
If you're referring to the second paragraph of that data sheet about the 20g of acceleration that says, "The sensor is capable of sensing high speed mouse motion - up to 60 inches per second and acceleration up to 20g – for increased user precision and smoothness."
The 20g isn't hardware acceleration built into the sensor. It would mean it detects acceleration up to 20g's. Which would it probably does have a 1:1 response to user input. And why would a gaming mouse have hardware angle snapping enabled by default. I doubt it has that enabled.