Logitech G703 vs Razer DeathAdder Elite

Two large ergonomic gaming mice with great shapes.

Despite being similar in dimensions, the G703 is much more suited towards a palm grip with its slope towards the front and the hump being right in the middle of the hand. The DeathAdder has a slightly more versatile shape for grips. Neither mouse is a slouch in this department.

The sensors are a wash, both pack in perfect sensors.

The G703 buttons are much better than the Razer DeathAdder and more suited for a variety of games, the depth and travel of the DeathAdder can get fatiguing in certain games.

The most obvious differentiation is wireless for the G703, the DeathAdder has a nice soft cable but the G703's wireless obviously makes it a lot better for handing considering they're the same size and weight.

Price wise the G703 costs more but I'd argue the G703 is worth the premium over the DeathAdder.

Side-by-Side Comparison

Mouse nameLogitech G703Razer DeathAdder Elite
PictureLogitech G703 - Check Priceread review
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Razer DeathAdder Elite - Check Priceread review
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Length12.4cm12.7 cm
Width6.8cm7.0 cm
Height4.3cm4.4 cm
Weight107.2 grams105g
Buttons2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
SensorPixart PMW3366Pixart PMW3389
ShapeErgonomicErgonomic
Cable/WirelessWirelessSoft braided cord
Battery Life30 hoursN/A
SoftwareLogitech Gaming Software:
Surface tuning
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
Razer Synapse:
Surface tuning
Lift off distance
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
Warranty2 year warranty2 year warranty
ProsComfortable shape for big hands
Reasonable weight for the size
Solid clicks and feel
Comfortable ergonomic shape
Good weight for size
Good flexibile braided cable
ConsSize is not suited for a lot of hand sizes
Synapse software requires login
QA concerns with Razer

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