The Razer DeathAdder Elite is a tried-and-true performer for those interested in a higher-quality mouse. Its 16,000 DPI sensor should give few tracking issues in your average first-person shooter, and its simplistic design, while on the larger side, is contoured in a way that should be comfortable for most hand sizes and grip types. Razer’s Synapse software is annoying, to be frank, but it does provide the DeathAdder with a good level of customization, including the ability to remap seven different buttons on the device. And while that glowing green Razer logo will always scream “gamer,” the whole thing won’t look too out of place on an office desk if you turn the RGB lighting down. The $35 price here is an all-time low $10 off its usual going rate.