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Razer’s Viper is a light and fast ambidextrous wired gaming mouse

Razer’s Viper costing $79 is a light weighted (only 69 grams) wired mouse for playing games. This special mouse can be easily moved on the mouse pad. You can even flick the mouse while keeping up with the demanding edgy movements of various games.

Comparing Viper with other mice:  

  • Logitech G502 Lightspeed:

Compared to Logitech G502 Lightspeed (130 grams after installing all added weights), Razer’s Viper is light-weighted (69 grams). Viper’s shape fits right into the mound of left-hand or right-right of all users. In addition, the two macro buttons on either side enables all to use Viper with ease.

  • Razer’s DeathAdder Elite:

Razer’s DeathAdder Elite uses mechanical or physical switches. These require hitting metallic contact to send naturally slow signals to PC. After pressing the button, sometimes there is recurring bouncing leading to accidental misfiring and reduced lifespan.

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Compared to traditional mechanical switches, modern optical switches are more responsive and reliable. Razer’s Viper is the first mouse with optical switches under main left and right mouse buttons. Viper’s lifespan has incremented to 70 million clicks (20 million clicks more than DeathAdder Elite).

Special added features of Razer’s Viper:

  • Speedflex:

Connected to the Razer’s Viper, Speedflex is a light-weighted, smooth braided cable. This prevents snagging while gliding on the mouse pad. You need Speedflex while using low DPI settings while making large sweeping arm movements during gaming. The fabric around the Speedflex looks like any braided cable but, feels like real fabric.

  • Chroma LED:

The lean Viper has an inserted Chorma LED. You can use Razer’s Synapse to change colour and lighting pattern of the Razer’s logo. Another LED and switches for DPI settings are present at the bottom of the Viper.

Bottom Line:

People interested in purchasing the Razer’s Viper can visit – the official site of Razer.

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