|Item Model Number||RZ01-02550100-R3M1|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 10 x 1 cm; 120 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||15 x 10 x 1 centimetres|
|Item Weight||120 g|
|Date First Available||3 September 2019|
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Razer Viper Esport Ambidextrous Wired Gaming Mouse, Black, RZ01-02550100-R3M1
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- 5G advanced optical sensor with true 16, 000 DPI
- Optical mouse switches with 70 million clicks life cycle
- Gaming-grade tactile scroll wheel, lightweight ambidextrous design
- Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customizable colour options
- Eight independently programmable hype response buttons
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The Razer Optical Mouse Switch utilizes an infrared light beam to register a click, resulting in an industry-leading response time of 0.2 milliseconds. Its instant actuation eliminates debounce and unintended clicks, giving you complete control in execution. Engineered with 99.4 percent tracking accuracy and up to 16, 000 DPI, the Razer 5G Optical Sensor offers deadly precision. When combined with your physical dexterity and skill, the Razer Viper represents a mouse that achieves a true extension of yourself in the game. During the competition, even the tiniest advantage can make a difference. The Razer Viper weighs in at just 69g without any compromise on its build strength. A lighter mouse allows swifter, more controlled swipes, augmenting the speed of your reaction in battle.
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For Gamers. By Gamers. It's not just a tagline. It's a mission. It's exactly what drives Razer to create products which constantly tilt the competition in your favour. From behind the drawing board all the way to the tournament stage, each step is controlled by the undeniable desire for all gamers - to always win
Leave nothing to chance on your path to esports glory. With 99.4% resolution accuracy, Razer Optical Mouse Switches, an ultra-light design, the Razer Viper arms you with the precision and response you need to compete with absolute control
- Razer Optical Mouse Switches for ultra-fast response
- Razer 5G Optical Sensor for precise tracking accuracy
- Onboard DPI Storage for personalized settings wherever you go
- 69g Lightweight Design for swifter, more controlled swipes
- Razer Speedflex Cable for minimal drag and smooth control
- 8 Programmable Buttons for extended controls
Razer Optical Mouse Switches
Pull out clutch tournament plays with a light sensor that registers clicks with zero false actuations—the switches themselves are durable for up to 70 million clicks
Razer 5G Optical Sensor
Engineered with up to 16,000 DPI sensitivity and a 99.4% resolution accuracy—the incremental advantage you need to edge out the competition
69g Lightweight Design
Weighing just 69g, the Razer Viper makes no compromise on build strength, opting to forgo a more skeletal shell in favor of a solid, ambidextrous chassis—perfect to withstand the rigors of competition
Onboard DPI Storage
Pre-set up to 5 custom DPI stages on Razer Synapse 3 and bring your settings anywhere so you’re always ready to compete no matter the arena
Razer Speedflex Cable
Featuring greater flexibility and minimal drag for unhindered swipes, allowing for smooth control during your matches
8 Programmable Buttons
The mouse comes with 8 programmable buttons that are fully configurable via Razer Synapse 3, giving you access to macros and secondary functions so every action can be executed with ease
|Razer Viper Ultimate||Razer Viper|
|Sensor||Focus+ Optical||Focus+ Optical|
|Max Speed (IPS)||650||450|
|Lighting||Razer Chroma||Razer Chroma|
|Click Lifecycle (in millions click)||70||70|
|Additional Features||RGB Charging Dock, 100% PTFE Mouse Feet||100% PTFE Mouse Feet, Speedflex Cable|
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This is my first razer product, main mouse before this was logitech g703 lightspeed wireless mouse, biggest noticeable difference is the weight reduction.
Next thing was the ambidextrous design because the g703 was a right handed ergonomic mouse, but with any new mouse there is going to be an adjustment period. I've had to change the way I grip the mouse to get comfortable. I'm usually a palm/claw gripper and like higher humps on the back / middle of the mouse for my palm to rest on. Have had to change grip to finger tip to get comfortable. Since then, the comfort has been great.
All buttons on the mouse sounds and feels just as good as my g703, slightly less higher pitch sound. Cable is soft and flexible enough. Scroll wheel is tight but not hard to use, very noticeable steps in the scroll wheel. Rgb is sufficient and neat. Overall build quality and construction is great too. Appreciate the lightweight without having perforations in the body.
Great mouse definitely recommend.
Tested for games such as: overwatch, valorant, cs:go
Will update review for the long term if anything develops
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Ho detto: basta, cambio vita. Un pò di rispetto per noi vecchi.
In definitiva: non ho badato a spese e ho comprato questo mouse super delusso che ha i riflessi di miliardi di DPI (che non so nemmeno cosa sono), 40 tasti e lucine colorate.
Risultato: dopo qualche giorno di utilizzo agli sparatutto i minorenni e bambinetti mi falciano ancora come prima (poi magari loro giocano col joypad e non ho ancora capito come facciano a giocare agli sparatutto col joypad, boh), non è cambiato niente, mi viene ancora la bile e vorrei distruggere la tastiera e monitor come nei video di Youtube, questo mouse non mi ha salvato dalla vecchiaia che avanza e riflessi che ormai sono quelli di un anziano che come quando gli capita di inciampare per strada non mette nemmeno le mani davanti e si lascia cadere spaccandosi le ossa.
In pratica, soldi buttati, mi bastava il mio vecchio Logitech se proprio dovevo fare figuracce online.
Però le lucine del mouse sono belle e si possono personalizzare, e poi i miliardi di DPI li ho, e una consolazione.
PS: e comunque a questi bambini che credono di dominare il mondo a Fortnite e Call of Duty, voglio vedere se mi riescono a finire Rastan o Capitan Silver per Master System senza farsi ammazzare, o ad arrivare alla fine di Ghouls ' n' Ghosts senza farsi fare un infarto o a finirmi un Broken Sword senza guardare le soluzioni...
I am a "semi" pro level Counter-strike: Global Offensive player, participating (and winning) competitions and have been using the Razer Naga Chroma (it's an old mouse that I have just gotten used to, the weight, the buttons ect).
I was in the market for a new mouse and saw this, out of the box, I wasn't so sure, going from a 154g mouse to a 69g mouse is a massive jump. and I really wasn't sure I would get on with it, but I was pleasantly surprised.
it is unbelievable, it has a really nice ergonomic grip, it glides ever so effortlessly on my mousepad. it took me a few weeks to adjust as I kept overflicking targets, but it has seriously improved my performance, it might sound stupid but the weight really does make a massive difference between speed of target selection.
it's a good, solid mouse, well worth the money
Trotzdem 4 Sterne Abzug. Die Software dazu ist eine Zumutung. Für eine Maus zwei Softwarepakte installieren einmal mit 380 MB und ein zweites mit 180 MB ist dann doch wie mit Kanonen auf Spatzen schiessen.
Ein 4 MB Treiber reicht für eine Gammelmaus. Deswegen voller Abzug für die Firma Razer, ist unterirdisch.
Firstly I was having problems with the mouse freezing and lagging. I took some online advice and reinstalled the drivers, made sure they were updated, paired the mouse with my mousemat and still it was no better. I tried another mouse on the same game and had no problems at all.
My second issue was with macro buttons. I had no problems getting them programmed but they wouldn't work consistently for me.
The Viper is very comfortable and lightweight and the actual left and right buttons felt very positive to click and I'm sure they would last for a long time.
Unfortunately I returned the Viper and got a refund. I wouldn't be buying another one, or any other Razer mouse. I will stick with a cheaper, £20, Chinese branded gaming mouse I picked up from Amazon a few years ago, which I have had zero problems with.
I honestly don't feel the Viper is good value for money. Because it is so light I just wonder how sturdy it really is.