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Razer Lancehead TE vs. Razer DeathAdder Elite

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by ItzRunex, Jun 17, 2017.

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  1. ItzRunex

    ItzRunex New Member

    What is the better choice for you?

    I game hard, usually 10 hours a day, FPS, RPG, MMO and MOBA games are mostly in my library, and I have never seen both of them in real life. Looked at reviews, both mice have great ones. Which one would be better for me?
     
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  2. Ampheliptic

    Ampheliptic Member

    I've owned the Deathadder Chroma before and I think the Elite would be a great mouse. The left and right clicks are so light that it's great for MMO and MOBA, and at the same time, great for FPS. It's ergonomic and I think that makes it really comfortable.
     
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  3. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    There were similar topics :) Both mouses have the same sensor, but when it's possible, go to the nearest store, that have both mouses and try them how do they fit to your hand.
    I have DA Elite, and I can recommend it - really great designed mouse, but haven't tried Lancehead TE yet.
     
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  4. ValTiger

    ValTiger New Member

    Lancehead TE is little bit different than DeathAdder, the mouse is more little and for a different type of play (different grip)
     
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  5. Ahold

    Ahold New Member

    Coming from Razer Deathadder Elite owner...
    Personally I think the Razer Deathadder Elite is very good in terms of ergonomics, but I think it falls short in how recent it is and it's visual appearance. Even I had a hard time choosing! You're not alone.
    Here's a quick comparison. vvvvv

    -* RAZER DEATHADDER ELITE *-
    -- Ergonomics are very good. Very, very comfortable position in my opinion, less likely to cause you Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
    -- Has Chroma, but appearance isn't that good without the side light strips.
    -- Does not have early access to Razer Synapse 3.0.
    -- Slightly cheaper than Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition (-£10.00).
    -- Wired.
    -- Has on-the-fly DPI switching buttons.
    -- Less recent.
    -- Has the same accurate sensor.
    -- Has the same OMRON mouse switches.

    -* RAZER LANCEHEAD TOURNAMENT EDITION *-
    -- Ergonomics aren't that good; it is designed for claw grip. More likely to cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, which affects your wrist if not put in a proper grip for long periods of time.
    -- Has better Chroma functionalities, it's appearance is better with the side strips similar to that of the Mamba Tournament Edition.
    -- Does have early access to Razer Synapse 3.0.
    -- More expensive than the Razer Deathadder Elite (+£10.00).
    -- Wired (wireless if standard version, but way more expensive).
    -- Also has on-the-fly DPI switching buttons.
    -- More recent.
    -- Has the same accurate sensor, too. No difference... I think.
    -- Also has the same OMRON mouse switches.
    -- Built with an ambidextrous design (left/right hand compatible), meaning there are 2 more buttons on the other side. On the other hand, Razer Deathadder Elite is built for right hand/left hand only, so it only has 2 buttons on one side (excluding DPI buttons). This means the Deathadder Elite has 7 buttons, whilst the Lancehead TE has 9 buttons. Correct me if I'm wrong.

    All in all, it's all down to your personal preferences; pick what you want! Do you want early access to Synapse 3.0 and not care about the ergonomics or the price? Or do you want a less recent mouse with good ergonomics while not caring for the appearance of the mouse/Chroma capabilities or don't mind waiting for the full release of Synapse 3.0? You choose!
    I hope I helped you! :D
     
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