Razer's DeathAdder mouse crosses 10 million units sold

What you need to know

One of our top picks for the best PC gaming mice has crossed a major milestone. Razer revealed today that its popular DeathAdder (opens in new tab) has surpassed 10 million units sold.

The DeathAdder line is actually made up of two mice, the DeathAdder Elite and DeathAdder Essential. While the Essential model has proven popular because of its ergonomic design and the inclusion of two grips, the Elite steps things up with a 16,000 DPI sensor and Razer's mechanical mouse switches.

"The DeathAdder has appeared in 25 variations, including game- and team-branded editions," Razer said in a press release marking the occasion. "A favorite among tournament champions, the DeathAdder has sported the colors of esports giants such as Team Liquid and SKT-1. League of Legends superstar, Faker, was using the Razer DeathAdder even before he turned pro. He then went on to win the 2013, 2015, and 2016 World Championships with the DeathAdder."

While Razer is celebrating the milestone (opens in new tab) today, you can currently pick up the DeathAdder Elite at a discounted $45 at Amazon (opens in new tab).

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