The Razer Diamondback 3G was better than the Razer DeathAdder in almost every way. The mouse [1800dpi, seven programmable buttons] was comfortable, uses an infrared laser to communicate to the computer, and is ambidextrous; something the DeathAdder is not. The anti-slip grip on the Diamondback 3G really works well. The LEDs on the side rails didn’t glow too brightly, making it easy on the eyes at night. I was satisfied with the cord’s length; something that lacks in some of today’s mice.
Overall, I have to say this mouse is certainly a good gaming mouse and it definitely kept up with some of the best mice on the market. The price is set just about right for this mouse, so if you need a gaming mouse that won’t disappoint, but you want to keep your wallet full, check out the Razer Diamondback 3G gaming mouse.
Published in: Peripherals on 2007-10-17