Razer DeathAdder V2 X HyperSpeed: Award-Winning Ergonomic Design – Ultra-Fast Wireless – 235hr Battery Life – 7 Programmable Buttons – Gen 2 Mechanical Switches – 5G 14K DPI…

(9 customer reviews)

Original price was: $59.99.Current price is: $47.49.

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  • Award-Winning Ergonomic Design: Trusted by over 13 million fans worldwide, the DeathAdder’s iconic shape has provided wins for countless pros more than any other mouse—including the three-time League of Legends world champ, Faker
  • Ultra-Fast Razer HyperSpeed Wireless: Featuring the same high-speed Razer HyperSpeed Wireless technology used in our top-tier gaming mice with an ultra-low latency wireless connection
  • Long Battery Life: With up to 235 hours of seamless low-latency gaming with Razer HyperSpeed Wireless (2.4GHz), and up to 615 hours with Bluetooth, the mouse can go for ages before its battery needs replacing
  • Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches Gen-2: Experience crisp and consistent execution with switches that have new gold-plated contact points, are less prone to degrading, and have a longer lifespan of up to 60 million clicks
  • Razer 5G Advanced 14K DPI Optical Sensor: Enjoy responsive, pixel-precise aim with an improved sensor that flawlessly tracks your movement with zero spinouts
  • 7 Programmable Buttons: Have all the control you need with 2 unique quick-access edge buttons and 2 side buttons
  • Weight Balanced: Batteries are seated at an angle in the mouse to provide optimal weight distribution



‎DeathAdder V2 X HyperSpeed

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Item Weight

‎3.68 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5 x 1.68 x 0.1 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5 x 1.68 x 0.1 inches


‎Classic Black

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)



Date First Available

‎October 26, 2021

9 reviews for Razer DeathAdder V2 X HyperSpeed: Award-Winning Ergonomic Design – Ultra-Fast Wireless – 235hr Battery Life – 7 Programmable Buttons – Gen 2 Mechanical Switches – 5G 14K DPI…

  1. Haley L.

    I had an older version of this mouse before it started having problems with its buttons and replaced it with this newer version. It’s a great mouse and a good upgrade!

    Right away, I should note that you shouldn’t get too fooled/confused by the “8 programmable buttons” tagline–it’s counting every single button on the mouse, including the standard left and right click and buttons to adjust settings on the bottom of the mouse that you would never use during normal gameplay or computer use. The only two “extra” buttons on this mouse for gamebinding are the two on the left side you can click with your thumb. The other buttons are: left and right click, the mouse wheel, two buttons underneath the mouse wheel to adjust the DPI of the mouse, and a button on the bottom of the mouse to switch between profiles. So if you’re wanting more buttons to use during gameplay–like, say, having an entire MMO hotbar on your mouse–this isn’t the right one. It’s useful if you just want to have a couple of buttons that are easily accessed though! I like using my mouse buttons for stuff like push-to-talk and melee attacks in FPS games.

    As for the changes compared to the previous version of the Deathadder mouse, they’re small but for my use they’re good QOL changes. The biggest improvement is the spot underneath the side buttons where you’re meant to rest your thumb–in the previous version this was a glued-on rubber pad that game off after a year or so or use. In the V2 mouse, it’s now a textured part of the rest of the material of the mouse–the only way it’s coming off is if the entire mouse case comes off! I could see the texturing being warn a bit, but that’s certainly better than my thumb being gummed up by glue after the pad fell off!

    The other main change that I’ve noticed is that I think this mouse is slightly smaller than the previous version. This is great for me, since I’m a woman with small palms and long, thin fingers–I often have problems using gaming mice and controllers comfortably. That being said, I’m not sure if this would be as comfortable for users with larger hands–if you’re worried, I’d suggest seeing if you can get measurements for a mouse you find comfortable and then comparing it to the size of this mouse.

    I believe the profile and DPI buttons are also new features, although honestly I haven’t messed with that much since I’m not experienced with those settings and I haven’t needed it for my own gameplaying. It does seem like a good feature and the buttons seem like they’re good quality and I’ve never accidentally pressed them during gameplay, which is great. Probably want to check other reviews if you need more information there.

    Looks-wise, this is simple, but pretty looking mouse. The light on the logo and mouse wheel is really colorful but not bright enough to be distracting when the lights are off in the room. It’s pretty easy to use Razer’s software to change the color to your tastes, or you can leave it on a default setting where it cycles through various colors in a rainbow order. I know there’s also a feature that game devs can use to have the mouse colors be manipulated by the game itself, but I’ve only ever played one game where I know for sure this was implemented–Overwatch changes the color of the mouse based on the character you’re playing as. I don’t think it’s been used by many other games, and honestly I don’t find myself looking at my mouse that much while playing anyway–it’s probably a feature that’s more fun on keyboards.

    Overall, I think this is a really great mouse! I recommend it for people that game on their PC or otherwise use their computer enough to want something that has a few more features and/or is a bit more sturdy than a cheaper mouse. If you’re a huge tech nerd or want more button options, it might be a better idea to save up for a more expensive mouse. But I think at this price point this mouse has a lot of comfort and control.

  2. XL72

    Immediately loved the feel of this mouse. It’s a bit pricey compared to what I normally spend but given its ergonomics and build quality and the fact that it is capable of both 2.4 and Bluetooth connections, I think it is worth the extra money.

    Previous to this my go-to for a basic all-around mouse was the Logitech M510. I have probably had 4-5 of those over the years. I have also tried the M705, M720, M650L and MX Anywhere (all Logitech). All of which had at least niggling issues of one type or another that I couldn’t live with.

    It’s early days with this Razer mouse but I think I have finally found a worthy successor to the M510.

    If you like the Logi M510 this Razer is a very worthy upgrade.

  3. Brayan Bello

    Este mouse edicion especial es muy bonito en cuanto a diseño y en cuanto a funcionamiento cumple su función de forma correcta el sensor láser es muy precisión.

  4. joseph

    I’ve had lots of different meese but this is the first one I’ve ever researched and spent a little more money on. The box it comes in, the presentation as you unpack it, and the fact that you actually get a couple of decals give it a high end feel right off the whip.

    But it goes beyond that. Playing games it’s just feels sturdy and very accurate. It’s not heavy at all, in fact it feels really light but it performs extremely well. I haven’t even messed with the rgb settings or any of the extra programmable buttons I just play games with it. I go there are more expensive models on the market but I don’t see how it could get much better.

  5. KT

    Produto original, veio certinho, reconhece no razer synapse e registrado no site da razer !! fui taxado mas o vendedor reembolsou, perfeito !!
    Unico defeito é que a caixa veio meio amassada nas laterais, mas isso é por conta de ser comprado no exterior, rsrssr.. nada de “atipico”.
    Enfim, compra excelente.

  6. Cliente Amazon

    Great mouse. Better price point than the newer models but still great quality. High speed response and is very comfortable (ergonomic?) to use. I like how customizable the buttons are.

  7. joshua Hower

    All right, let’s dive into the world of gaming mice with the Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse. Even though I’m not a gamer anymore, I still appreciate the flexibility of programmable buttons, and this mouse has really won me over. Here’s my experience with it:


    Cool Lights: I must admit, the sleek design and cool RGB lighting on this mouse caught my eye. It adds a touch of style to my setup, even if I’m not gaming as much as before.

    Plug and Play: Setting up this mouse was a breeze. It’s a simple plug-and-play device, perfect for someone like me who wants things to work immediately without any hassle.

    Programmable Buttons: The programmable buttons are a lifesaver for me. Even though I’m not playing MMOs like I used to, having those extra buttons still comes in handy for work and recreational use. Customizing them to my liking adds a level of personalization that I really appreciate.

    Clean Crisp Movements: This mouse delivers smooth and precise movements. It’s like gliding on air, and I can feel the difference compared to other mice I’ve used in the past.


    Miss My Naga’s Num Pad Buttons: While the Razer DeathAdder V2 is fantastic, I do miss the convenience of the num pad buttons that my old Naga mouse had. They were super useful for tasks like Excel and gaming, and I sometimes find myself wishing I still had them.

    Overall, the Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse has been a great addition to my setup. The cool lights, easy setup, and programmable buttons make it a versatile and enjoyable mouse to use. Going back to a wired mouse means no more worries about batteries running out.

  8. joshua Hower

    Sin duda uno de los mejores del mercado, llevo usándolo casi dos años y no he presentado problemas con los clics, sensor de primera y preciso; en general tiene un desgaste normal del uso constante.

    Lo recomiendo ampliamente para gente con manos medianas o grandes, ya que es bastante voluminoso, pero a la vez es bastante cómodo para agarré de palma.

    Pronto cambiaré al Deathader V3, pero sin duda lo seguiría recomendando, incluso por encima de algunos Logitech.

  9. Andrés Gerónimo Feria

    Me gustaría comentar que el tiempo de entrega es demasiado rápido, ya que me llegó con 2 días de anticipación.
    Ahora respecto al mouse es bastante agradable al tacto, ergonómico y se siente la calidad muy buena; el tamaño es para manos medianas/grandes.

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