Razer has launched the Viper V3 HyperSpeed gaming mouse. It has a new design, a better sensor and can help you play like a pro.
- The Razer Viper V3 HyperSpeed gaming mouse has a flexible design with side fingers and sidewalls for different grips and hand sizes, which makes it comfortable to use.
- The new mouse features the Razer Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor and comes with a HyperSpeed USB Type-A dongle and an AA battery. It can also be upgraded to 4,000 Hz by tuning with a separate dongle.
- In addition to its ergonomic design and quality hardware, the mouse sports a battery life of up to 280 hours, customizable buttons, and onboard memory to store settings.
- Available starting at $70.
Razer has launched the Viper V3 HyperSpeed gaming mouse. This mouse refreshes the Viper line a bit. It comes with a new design, a better sensor, and better battery life. Best of all, it costs $70 and is an affordable way to play like the pros do.
The main feature of this new mouse is the flexible design. The mouse has a ring finger, which can prevent finger pressure, along with side walls for different grip styles and hand sizes. In addition, the mouse now has well-defined grooves for better grip. Other designs include a raised hump on the back, and a new button design on the back that makes it more accessible. This should also help the mouse be more versatile than previous models.
This is mouse mode, however. Razer has updated the mouse with the Razer Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor. The mouse also comes with a HyperSpeed USB Type-A dongle in the box and an AA battery. By default, the mouse has a polling rate of 1,000 Hz, but you need to purchase the HyperPolling Wireless Dongle to get the full 4,000 Hz rate that is supported. You can buy a bundle from Razer for $120 that includes this (although it’s currently $85 at the time of writing). You can expect up to 280 hours of uninterrupted gaming from the mouse with the included AA battery, and when the battery starts reading, you can use it via USB-C.
Other notable features of this mouse that will entice you are multi-device support (you can combine a keyboard and mouse into one dongle), a 60-million-click lifecycle, and 6 buttons that can be programmed into macros. and other shortcuts. Of course, the mouse also has memory, which can allow you to save things like DPI and the number of votes.
The Razer Viper V3 Hyperspeed is available via the link below.
Razer Viper V3 Hyperspeed
The Razer Viper V3 Hyperspeed is one of Razer’s new gaming mice. It is designed to be ergonomic, and has a long battery life.
$70 at Razer