16,000 dpi, 450 IPS, and 50G acceleration may not matter to mere mortals, but to avid gamers constantly searching for the next big thing when it comes to gaming mice, this does. All of these specifications are possessed by the all-new Razer DeathAdder Elite, an ultra-sensitive gaming mouse which had just been released to the market.
Razer dubbing the DeathAdder Elite as the “fastest, most sensitive and most accurate gaming mouse available today”. Many other gaming mice in the market have the 16,000 dpi mark (dots per inch, similar to units on a printer), but the new Razer boasts of 450 IPS (max. speed a mouse can be moved without jerking motions) with 50G of acceleration.
By comparison, the top-of-the-line Logitech G502 Proteus only has 12,000 dpi, 40G max acceleration, and 300IPS. We can only imagine what the Razer DeathAdder Elite can do.
Razer also claims that it now has the world’s most advanced optical sensor in the DeathAdder Elite stating that it has a resolution accuracy of 99.40% to help you eliminate your opponents with absolute precision. Gaming mice are rarely used at their highest sensitivity settings, but what counts is accurate tracking, which, if Razer’s claim is correct, has been the focus during the creation of the DeathAdder Elite.
The DeathAdder Elite will also come with the Razer Chroma which will let you choose led color lighting. The mouse is available for pre-order on Razer’s website for $69.99.