I guess no one will argue my point if I say there are only three serious contenders on the market of high-quality gaming PC mice, namely Logitech, Microsoft, and Razer.
And the Redmond-headquartered software giant had joined forces with the California-based Razer to develop the recently released Microsoft Habu. Rather oddly, it is a Razer product, the company’s first asymmetric mouse DeathAdder, which is the closest market rival to the Habu.
So, I’ll try to compare them to see which is better. Most exciting is that these two mice are shaped identically, but have quite different technical characteristics.
Let's take a look at our today's testing participants:
Product name: Razer DeathAdder Nova Blue
Device type: optical wired mouse
Sensor: Razer Precision 3G Infrared
Buttons: 5 (2+2+wheel)
Scroll wheel: vertical
Interface: 16-bit USB
Default USB polling rate: 1000Hz
Cord length: 210cm