Razer DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2: great mice even better

By | January 15, 2020

Optical Focus + sensor enabling 20,000 DPI resolution, Razer optical switches with 70 million clicks life and Speedflex cable are what new versions of hit gaming mice have received: Razer DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2.

Razer presents new versions of DeathAdder and Basilisk mice for 2020

Razer DeathAdder V2 is a new version of the iconic mouse for players, a Basilisk V2 looks like a great refreshment of the design, which quickly gained popularity among lovers of electronic entertainment. Both rodents have been improved in a similar way.

First of all, rodents have new hearts. They use Razer Focus + optical sensor, providing 20,000 DPI resolution (with 99.6% accuracy), acceleration to 650 IPS, 50 G acceleration, and Smart Tracking, Asymmetric Cut-off and Motion Sync functions to further increase precision.

Razer Basilisk V2

Both mouse also has new ones, optical switches with a lifetime of 70 million clicks and an extremely short response time (thanks to the use of an infrared beam). The whole is complemented by the Speedflex cable, which minimizes drag during gameplay.

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What does the Razer DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse have to offer?

In addition to the features mentioned above the new DeathAdder boasts an ergonomic design adapted to people with medium and large hands, 8 programmable buttons and a wheel with a perceptible stroke, Teflon slides, adjustable LOD, weight at 82 grams and Chroma RGB backlight.

The price is 79.99 euros.

The Razer Basilisk V2 mouse provides even more flexibility

Not 8, like the original, but up to 11 programmable buttons puts at the disposal of players Razer Basilisk V2 mouse. This means a lot of flexibility in terms of tailoring the rodent to your needs – just like options for adjusting the scroll wheel resistance and LOD. Teflon glides and a Speedflex cable ensure smooth movements. The weight is 92 g.

We pay 89.99 euros for the Razer Basilisk V2.

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Source: Razer

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