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Doubt about my new Razer DeathAdder.

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by DJLemming, Nov 27, 2016.

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  1. Hey everyone!
    I'm new in this forum, but I already want to write a new thread.
    So, i recently bought a DeathAdder (2013 version with 6400 dpi), but I have a doubt about it: in the back of the mouse is written "Made in China".
    Am i sure that I've got an original one?
    Thanks for the replies.
  2. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Mine also does say Made in China, and it's original. Razer products are assembled in China.

    Easiest way to make sure your product is legit is to register it in the Synapse software (using the S/N).
    PT.Singer likes this.
  3. SpectrL

    SpectrL Member

    Its probs realm of you bought it off the website
  4. KillStealzzz

    KillStealzzz Active Member

    Don't worry. Mine, and my brothers' (a total of 4 DeathAdder) also "Made in China". As long as Synapse recognize it and you can register it, it's authentic.
  5. Melvanilla

    Melvanilla Member

    as others said, it should be legit, but C/S should help you if there is any problem with it!
  6. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    I'd rather be concerned if it wasn't made in china
    90% of all these electronic gadgets are made in china
  7. MrBigStuff

    MrBigStuff Member

    If you buy a used device,is there a way to see if it's authentic?
  8. aab010799

    aab010799 Active Member

    I believe you could register the serial with synapse
  9. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    Most (if not all) Razer products are made in China. Hell, most tech products period are made in China. Don't worry about it! You can click the link in my signature named "Counterfeit Thread" for more information about how to avoid and identify fake Razer products.
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