Hot deal: Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse, $46

Best Buy is offering a leading gaming mouse at almost 30 percent off the original price.

Emily Shurr
Emily Shurr is CNET News.com general-assignment news producer.
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The main competitor to Logitech's famed G5 gaming mouse, Razer's DeathAdder boasts better axial accuracy and greater customizability--differences which you may enjoy discovering in splendid detail over at sister site CNET Reviews. Please note, this mouse is made for right-handers, so lefties may have an issue with the thumb buttons. Check out the full review for information on system compatibility before you buy.

Not an avid gamer myself, I can only point out that the mouse sports an intimidating reptilian name and a neat glowing blue tri-snake-ular logo. Allow me to quote from colleague Rich Brown, who provides this far more useful overview:

"The good: The Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse has high accuracy and includes excellent customization software, and two responsive thumb-side buttons (righties only).

"The bad: No Vista driver despite claim of support on the box; no dedicated button for cycling through DPI settings on the fly.

"The bottom line: Razer's DeathAdder gaming mouse is a powerful accessory for fans of 3D shooters and others who might demand a high degree of customizability in their mice...the DeathAdder performs exceptionally well."

What: Razer DeathAdder Gaming Mouse
How much: $39.99
Shipping: $6, varies
Where: Best Buy (via TechBargains)
When: Through unknown date
Click here for CNET's in-depth product review.