When you're on the hunt in a first-person shooter, the very tiniest fraction of a movement can mean the difference between nailing a shazam headshot and dying. That's why the new 2013 version of the Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse has a 6400dpi optical sensor, compared to the 3500 dpi infrared sensor on its predecessor. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 sessions all that much.
That's, like, almost two-times better, right? We can't help but feel it's not going to affect your epic
Razer makes some of the hottest gaming gear in the world, so we're willing to bet that the DeathAdder 2013 is mind-numbingly badass. But will all of those extra dots per inch make a difference? Maybe, if you are a super intense gamer. But for almost everyone in the world, well, this is just a $90, ergonomic, customisable mouse with five programmable buttons — just like its $80 predecessor. [Razer]