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Razer Viper Ultimate - Wireless Gaming Mouse with Dock Station (HyperSpeed Wireless Technology, Ambidextrous, Light and Fast, 20,000 Dpi Optical Sensor, RGB Chroma) Black

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Viper Ultimate & Mouse Dock
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Brand Razer
Colour Black
Connectivity technology Bluetooth
Special feature Note : In case of Wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
Movement detection technology Optical

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  • Ultra-Fast Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology Faster than other wired gaming mice: With a high-speed transmission, extremely low latency, and seamless frequency switching in the noisiest environments, you won’t even realize that you’re gaming with a wireless mouse.
  • Razer Focus+ 20K Optical Sensor For cutting-edge precision: A 20,000 DPI sensor with 99.6% resolution accuracy ensures that even the finest movement of your mouse is tracked, giving you an acute level of precision for game-winning headshots and highly elusive maneuvers.
  • Lightweight, Zero-Compromise Wireless Esports Gaming Mouse at 74g: The Razer Viper Ultimate includes a 20K DPI optical sensor befitting the most serious gamers and achieves its weight without the need for drilled holes
  • Razer Optical Mouse Switch For actuation at the speed of light: Every click you make is actuated at the speed of light with no debounce delay, so you’ll always be the first to pull the trigger. The switches are also durable for up to 70 million clicks.
  • Up to 70 Hours of Battery Life For non-stop gaming: Improved wireless power efficiency keeps it running at peak performance for up to 70 continuous hours—charge it once a week to power 10 hours of daily gameplay.
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Razer Viper Ultimate Gaming Esport Wireless Mouse USB
Razer Viper Ultimate Gaming Esport Wireless Mouse USB
Not all wireless mice are made equal

Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Powered by HyperSpeed Technology

Meet the gaming mouse that’s powered by an ultra-fast wireless technology engineered for pro-grade performance. Featuring 20,000 DPI resolution for extremely precise tracking, optical mouse switches that actuate at the speed of light, and up to 70 continuous hours of play.

Razer Viper Ultimate Gaming Esport Wireless Mouse USB
Razer Viper Ultimate Gaming Esport Wireless Mouse USB
ACTUATE AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT

Razer Optical Mouse Switches

Each click is registered using a light sensor so your command actuates at the speed of light. With no false actuations, the Razer Viper becomes a true extension of you. When it comes to a shootout, no one pulls the trigger faster than you can.

Razer Viper Ultimate Gaming Esport Wireless Mouse USB

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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 May 2020
    Colour Name: BlackStyle Name: Viper Ultimate & Mouse DockPattern Name: SingleVerified Purchase
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Better than a g pro. (update... i went back to the g pro)
    By Joanna clarke on 24 May 2020
    Awesome mouse, i have gone from a logitech g pro wireless to this and that might seem a strange thing to do but heres the thing, my g pro wireless has started double clicking, normally i wouldnt be too bothered and just get it replaced but before the g pro wireless i had a g903, another high end logitech mouse and the exact same problem with that aswell only that was out of warranty.

    Luckily for me the g pro is still in warranty but i have no doubt the switch problem will happen again and ill probably be out of said warranty so here we are i decided to get away from omron switches completely and get the viper ultimate, the g pro can go back for warranty repair/replace and ill sell it when its back and new again, i wont be getting another logi mouse while they use these switches.

    Anyway what can i say about the viper, very light, very fast, the switches dont feel quite as quick to press as the g pro admittedly but its super close, the texture is not as smooth either which makes it less slippy but less pleasant feeling, the side buttons are nice, a bit too recessed but i think i prefer that. The g pro wireless really was a masterpeice of simplicity and got so much right but most reviews dont mention the chewing gum switches that never get close to the rated lifespan, its all great at first but 12 months later your very likely to get iffy clicks and its unacceptable in a mouse this price.

    My advice would be dont underestimate the optical switches on this mouse, theres much more to it than outright response times most people dont notice, the viper also has longer battery life, is lighter overall and just... Just, a step ahead. Would never have given up on the g pro though had it never outright failed... Again.

    EDIT: after a month or so of using the viper ultimate it became apparent the battery life didnt quite last as long as the g pro wireless, the switches didnt feel as good as the g pro, like they needed just a bit more force with less pleasing click, the side buttons are too recessed meaning i squeeze the mouse a little harder to activate them causing me to click the buttons on the opposite side which became irritating since i couldnt remove them like the g pro. the razer viper ultimate is also shallower than the g pro, im typically a palm gripper so the added touch of height on the g pro fit my hand much nicer and i prefer the feel of the g pro shell. logitech did indeed send me a replacement g pro wireless so i was left with the tough choice of which mouse to keep and ultimately ive stuck with the g pro even with that risk the switches may fail again, for me it just feels better to use and so the viper is on its way back... its an amazing mouse technically speaking, but its not quite there yet.
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 January 2021
    Colour Name: BlackStyle Name: Viper MiniPattern Name: SingleVerified Purchase
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    5.0 out of 5 stars An superb mouse at an insanely good price
    By Ariff K on 11 January 2021
    I've used a number of mice over the past few years: Razer Deathadder, GPro Wired, Glorious Model O- & Model D.

    I'm an FPS gamer mainly and play games like PUBG, CoD, etc.. have played FPS games since 2003 so I'd say my mechanical skill with a mouse is pretty good and I notice differences between all mice listed above.

    It's only been the past few weeks where I decided to go for the Razer Viper Mini and move away from the Model O-. Not because it's a bad mouse but because ergonomically it feels a little too narrow for my hand and I noticed cramping and fatigue, which is not something you want as a gamer.

    Ergonomically this mouse is really comfortable to hold. I use a hybrid palm/claw grip. It's as small as the o- and nearly as light but the rear of the mouse it's ever so slightly higher, which allows me to have contact with the mouse with my palm, which gives that bit of support.

    The middle of the mouse isn't as narrow either, so I noticed that my right ring finger is able to curl in naturally to hold the mouse which leaves just my pinky on the mat for tracking support - the model o- only allowed me to grip with the side of my right finger which again wasn't the most natural position. The Model D felt a little too big for my hand although the curvature on the outside of the mouse felt grand, but adjustments I had to make were unnatural for ME and caused some cramping. I've yet to experience cramping with the viper mini. Thankfully.

    The skates on the Viper feel very slick. This may change depending on the mouse pad you're using. I tested it on my long time use QCK+ which seems to be a little slower than the MM350, which allows a really good glide and I've noticed tracking targets in PUBG is far easier - heads up this could be because my QCK has been used for so long that it's built up sweat etc on it which has slowed it down - I'll revise this again later once I've used my MM350 a bit more.

    The buttons are a delight and extremely responsive but don't feel flimsy. The Model o- & the GPro Wired had softer feeling buttons which made it feel like they were going to get pushed in and stuck (they never did of course, besides the middle mouse button on the GPro obtaining a double click after 5 months).

    These don't feel like that at all. I love them. Took me a few hours to get used to them because they were so responsive. Definitely the most responsive buttons I've ever used, which in FPS gaming is amazing. They're absolutely fantastic.

    The accuracy feels really good too. I loot pretty fast in PUBG and I definitely notice tab looting in PUBG to be much slicker, I don't know if it's a placebo or what but it feels good and I don't doubt I'm missing anything.

    The cable is flexible and doesn't feel like it catches on the end of my mouse pad - I have a bungee too but I like an extra bit if slack and it doesn't seem to catch or get mis-shaped from sitting in a certain position, which I've noticed with other cables.

    The build of the mouse is really good too, there's no creaking or flex to the body so it doesn't feel like it's going to crumble at any point which is great.

    My pics are a comparison of all mice I have currently. The viper mini is in the middle. Hopefully this gives you an Idea of shape and size and side button position.

    The only downside (of any razer product imo) is the Razer Synapse software, which I've never been a fan of.
    It just seems like bloatware to me. I installed it used it for a few days but then uninstalled it again because it's just a pain in the hole. Mouse works perfectly fine without it.

    I would definitely recommend this mouse to anyone & for the price it's absolute bargain.
    Happy to answer any questions if anyone has any.
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 May 2020
    Colour Name: BlackStyle Name: Viper MiniPattern Name: SingleVerified Purchase
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Poor quality, Razer cheapened out
    By Sam on 16 May 2020
    This mouse has a plastic edge around the sensor which is about the same height as the mouse feet as you can see in the picture I've attached to this review. It touches the mouse pad adding extra resistance here and there! It's not a cheap crappy mouse pad either, it's a Cooler Master MP510 and my surfaces are smooth and even. Didn't have a problem with my Model O or with a Zowie FK2... But this one does. Very poor design.

    The full-sized versions of this mouse (The Viper and Viper Ultimate) have a teflon mouse foot around the sensor instead of a plastic edge, apparently Razer EXPECTED that it might touch the mouse pad! They KNOW this is a problem if they have a teflon mouse foot on the full sized version, but they cheapened out here. It's a disgrace.
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