Hardware specialist Razer has announced that the new Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless gaming mouse is now available. The wireless model has been specially developed for the e-sports sector and combines Razer's hyperspeed wireless technology with Focus + sensor technology. The gaming mouse costs 159,99 euros as a recommended retail price together with the Razer Mouse Dock. 

Razer's three-headed snake logo is one of the most recognizable trademarks within the gaming scene. Now the logo is emblazoned on the new wireless gaming mouse with the somewhat bulky name Viper Ultimate Wireless. The model relies on an optical sensor with a real 20.000 DPI and is aimed at e-athletes and ambitious gamers.  

Razer Family: Hurray, it's a Viper!

The Razer family is growing and it's a Viper. Razer designed the lightweight mouse for competitive competition and implemented the in-house optical switches. In the wireless model variant, the mouse weighs just 74 grams and is therefore aimed at professional and demanding PC gamers who value fast performance, a light design, optimized durability and a longer battery life.

The Razer Viper Ultimate is the answer to the needs of competitive gamers who want to compete wirelessly.
Alvin Cheung, senior vice president of Razer's Peripherals Business Unit
According to their own statements, Razer has developed the fastest and most stable wireless technology and appropriately named it "Hyperspeed". Tested and certified by TÜV SÜD PSB in Singapore, a globally recognized certification body, the Razer Hyperspeed is said to be 25 percent faster than leading wireless gaming mice.
Left and right: The new Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless can be used with one hand. Photo: Razer

Left and right: The new Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless can be used with both hands. Photo: Razer

The new Viper also scores with low click latencies and a fast transmission speed for movements and inputs. Optimizing energy consumption should extend the battery life. According to the manufacturer, it can be used for up to 70 hours with RGB lighting switched off. 

The Razer Viper Ultimate features a brand new, innovative sensor, the Razer Focus + Optical sensor. In close cooperation with Pixart, a company in the field of smart sensor solutions, Razer is introducing a new intelligent function in the Viper Ultimate sensor. These include smart tracking, asymmetrical lift-off and motion sync.

The battery life should be around 70 hours with the lights off. Photo: Razer

The battery life should be around 70 hours with the lights off. Photo: Razer

With a resolution of 99,6 percent, 20.000 DPI and a speed of 650 inches per second (IPS), the Razer Focus + offers the highest sensor specifications to date (compared to other leading sensors from Pixart).

The features of the Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless:
  • HyperSpeed ​​wireless technology, including 2.4 GHz dongle
  • Real 20.000 DPI Focus + Optical sensor with 99,6 resolution accuracy
  • Up to 650 inches per second (IPS) / 50 G acceleration
  • Advanced lift-off / landing distance settings
  • Eight programmable buttons
  • Razer ™ Optical Mouse Switches for 70 Million Clicks
  • Ambidextrous, gaming-grade tactile mouse wheel design
  • On-The-Fly sensitivity adjustment (standard: 400/800 / 1.600 / 2.400 / 3.200)
  • Hybrid on-board and cloud storage (4 + 1 profiles)
  • Compatible with Razer Synapse 3
  • Razer Chroma ™ RGB lighting with 16,8 million color options and synchronization options with other devices
  • 1,8 m Speedflex cable for charging and use in wired mode
  • Compatible with Razer Chroma Charging Dock
  • Battery life: Approximately 70 hours (without lighting), depending on individual user behavior
  • Approximate dimensions: 117 mm (length) x 71 mm (width) x 38 mm (height)
  • Approximate weight: 74g (excluding cable)
  • Compatible with Xbox One for standard inputs

The Razer Optical Switches in the Viper Ultimate Wireless Mouse also use non-physical contacts to send electrical signals to the PC. This means that there should no longer be a debounce delay and no wrong key clicks would be triggered.

The ambidextrous design is also practical. In this way, Razer makes the new Viper usable for all gaming fans, regardless of whether they play left- or right-handed. The Razer Viper Ultimate has been tested in competitions by some of the world's best esports athletes. "The wireless speed of the mouse is extremely high, it feels very fluid and there is no difference to a wired version when playing," commented CS: GO legend Epitácio "TACO" de Melo from Team MIBR, who created the wireless prototype in used in tournaments this year. "The extremely precise sensor is perfect for fast games like CS: GO."

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The new gaming mouse can also be adapted to personal preferences: Via Razer Synapse 3, users can define eight programmed keys, assign macros or secondary functions and save all profiles on one of the five slots on the on-board memory of the Viper Ultimate.

The Viper Ultimate is also available as a bundle with the Razer Mouse Dock, which features Razer Chroma ™ RGB with 16,8 million color options and numerous lighting effects. The new standardized docking module was developed for future wireless mice from Razer and has a USB-A input to use the Viper with the included Speedflex cable.

The Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless is over now razer.com as well as commercially available. 

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