Synapse 2. isn’t just a typical mouse configurator. It’s full of fundamental and advanced customizable features so that your Razer DeathAdder works exactly how you would like it to.
Low-sensitivity gamers who lift other rodents can experience on-screen cursor jitter as mouse-to-surface tracking continues. This can be a hindrance to gamers who require absolute precision within their games, because the cursor being tossed off a target may mean the main difference between winning and losing.
Within the Razer DeathAdder, when the sensor continues to be calibrated towards the surface, you are able to personalize the peak where tracking is cut-off once the mouse is lifted. This ensures on-screen cursor jitter is reduced so that your aim stays dead-on the right track even while you progress.
By calibrating your Razer DeathAdder to some specific surface, it enables the sensor to record that surface’s color, topography, along with other such qualities. As variations at first glance are continuously detected because the mouse moves, it’s when compared to original recording, allowing the sensor to react faster and much more precisely.
Limitless profiles along with other configurations
All the games differs and includes its very own group of control needs. No more restricted to last generation onboard device memory, Razer Synapse 2. brings the mind from the Razer DeathAdder towards the cloud, expanding the amount of storable profiles and configurations to infinite, and enables for extended, more complicated macros.
Pair two Razer peripherals for that ultimate gaming combo. You are able to temporarily alter the sensitivity in your Razer mouse by holding lower a control button in your Razer keyboard, or rapidly change keyboard profiles while using mouse scroll wheel, with customizable lighting reflecting these changes. Even create macros in your mouse and also have it on your keyboard, there’s no-limit to you skill using the hive mind that’s Razer Synapse 2..