|Item Model Number||RZ01-02550100-R3U1|
|Product Dimensions||12.67 x 6.63 x 3.78 cm; 99.79 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.7 x 6.6 x 3.8 centimetres|
|Item Weight||99.8 g|
|Date First Available||2 August 2019|
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Razer Viper Ultralight Ambidextrous Wired Gaming Mouse: Fastest Mouse Switch in Gaming - 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Drag-Free Cord
- The 1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc., U.S. Retail Tracking Service, Gaming Designed: Keyboards, Mice, PC Headsets, and PC Microphones, Based on dollar sales, Jan. 2017- June 2020 combined
- The Lightest, Zero-compromise Esports Gaming Mouse at 69g: The Razer Viper includes a high-precision, 16K DPI optical sensor befitting the most serious gamers without the need for drilling holes in the chassis like competitor mice
- Faster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: Razer optical mouse switches uses light beam-based actuation, registering button presses at the speed of light for absolute control
- Ambidextrous Design: Created for left and right-handed users with accessible, programmable buttons on both sides
- Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
- 8 Programmable Buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse 3
- Drag-Free Cord for Wireless-Like Performance: Razer Speedflex cables eliminate the need for mouse bungees, drastically reducing weight and drag
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Razer Viper ultralight ambidextrous wired Gaming Mouse. 1000 Hz Ultrapolling.
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Although Very pricy I know I'm never spending another cent on mice as I have the Ultimate and any improvements to performance will come from me and me alone.
Thanks you for helping me understand this Razer :)
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I have been using the GMMK Model O since it came out (pre ordered) I have rather large hands ( 19x10) and Palm Grip.
Been using the Viper for 3 days
The model O is fantastic in most of its use. Low sweat since it has the honeycombs (lets your hand breathe)
Cable is nice but a bit on the large side, side buttons are easy to acces.
The Viper is similar in weight and shape. But i find the Viper is more comfortable for a palm grip, it fill up my hand a bit better and i get less cramping.
Texte is better on the Viper
Feeling is more premium
Clicks and buttons feel better.
Side buttons are HARDER to press on the Viper, because it's ambidextrous. It's not bad, just need a bit of getting used too (I mostly play FPS games so i use sides for Grenades / Melee attacks)
Pretty much impossible to press the right side buttons by accident (for lefties)
Skates are nice. Model O are a bit better.
Mouse has a memory, so you can adjust in synapse and delete forever. (It doesn't retain RGB settings without Synapse)
All in All, pretty good mouse. I also own the Nixeus Revel / Logitech G403 / Steelseries Rival 600
Out of them all, my Model O and Viper are my favorites.
+ Very light
+ Optical switches (I purposely picked this in the hopes I would not get the double-clicking issue that seems to plague other Logitech and Razer models. I will never know if it would have been safe from them as I am returning this mouse.)
+ Easy to configure program. No fuss, just download Razer Synapse and set it up easily.
+ 4 extra buttons apart from the norm
+ Not meant for small hands: This mouse is as long as the G703 I was using previously, which was intended for large hands. The Viper Ultimate goes one further and actually has the scroll wheel just a bit further to the edge than the G703. The result is that while I can easily still reach the scroll wheel on the G703, on the Viper Ultimate the scroll wheel is actually out of reach of my hand in a fingertip/ claw grip. I have to have my hand palming the arch of the mouse, fingers aligned at the outer edges of the mouse buttons, to easily reach the scroll wheel that is sooooo far away. Needless to say, my hand started aching after a while of this. It's doubtless not a problem for large hands, but beware if you have small hands.
+ Awkward placement of 2 of the extra buttons. The 4 extra buttons are placed snugly 2 on each side. For a right-handed person, this means that it is easy to accidentally press the 2 buttons on the right when you are just gripping the mouse. (For a left-handed person, it will be the opposing buttons on the left side.)
What I like about the RVU
+ Light (almost too light for me personally)
+ Better texture than GPW.
What I dislike about the RVU
- Mouse feet are too thin so the base digs into softer/thick mousepads causing gliding inconsistencies.
- The left mouse button has a noticeable pre/post-travel causing it to feel mushy (apparently this is a known issue).
- Squeaky buttons.
- Ambidextrous means less comfort.
- Mouse feet are way too slick (even on control pads)
- Game-breaking sensor rattle on my unit.
- Overall QC is atrocious for a $200 mouse.
updated for 5/11/2020 - my unit now has sensor rattle. Binned.
I can't recommend this to anyone.
Also they have only placed the skates at the top and bottom of the mouse, and even with no hand weight on the mouse, the middle of the side of the mouse drags on my Razer Gigantus mousepad in a scratchy, uncomfortable way. This was the real deal closer for me, as it rendered it unusable. I'm sure this is due to my thick mousepad and would be a non issue for thin or hard mousepad users.
I'm waiting for a <90g Basilisk elite and I'll have my endgame, I like the lightweight thing, but ambi mice don't do it for me personally.