Razer remains a formidable brand when it comes to computer peripherals and accessories. We know Razer for its pure-performance mouse, keyboards, speakers, and webcams. Now we’re introduced to a new wireless mouse that is very lightweight and powerful.
The Razer Viper V2 Pro weighs 58g, and for a gaming mouse, that’s light and efficient. It’s ideal for those into esports who want an optical mouse that is fast, thanks to the Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor and Optical Mouse Switches Gen-3 technologies. In addition, the mouse was designed with consideration of feedback from esports professionals.
The mouse is lighter by 20% than the Viper Ultimate. The new Viper V2 Pro boasts improved battery life and speed to deliver top-notch mouse performance. So yes, the new Razer mouse is lighter, faster, and even deadlier.
Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division Head Chris Mitchel said, “We carefully considered each gram of the Viper V2 Pro to ensure that, in exchange for a lower weight, it wasn’t at the cost of other features. The new mouse design doesn’t just have reduced weight because every surface and corner has been optimized.” It actually seems like an extension of the body as you can almost not feel the mouse.
Razer has implemented a new Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor, which results in 99.8% resolution accuracy. There are also AI functions like Asymmetric Cut-off, Motion Sync, and Smart Tracking. The Razer Optical Mouse Switches Gen-3 feature which is what makes the no debounce delay and zero double-clicking issues.
The Razer Viper V2 Pro also boasts a more tactile feel. A longer click lifespan can also be expected (up to 90 million clicks!). That’s about 25% longer than the lifespan of the previous model. The mouse comes with more customization features like a lift-off or landing distance. The Asymmetric Cut-off feature has been improved to support up to 26 granular levels of height adjustment.
The Razer gaming mouse costs $149.99 (159.99€) and is now up for purchase. This lightweight wireless gaming mouse can be available in either white or black. It’s also rechargeable now, so there is no need for batteries. There is the DPI control button for flexible sensitivity and a Razer Speedflex charging cable. There is no RGB lighting, unfortunately.
Razer seems to be advancing in the business not only in terms of technology but also in product design. The Razer Naga Pro Mouse arrives with swappable shortcut modules for customization. There’s the limited edition Pikachu earbuds coming with a Pokeball charging case. The Razer Kishi Controller snaps the sides of your phone. The Razer Turret Gaming Keyboard remains a favorite of the key-gods.