Razer announced a new gaming mouse, the Viper V2Pro, which boasts of being the lightest in the world. With a classic design, built for ambidextrous use, and that translates to a total weight of 64 gramsalthough of course to achieve this “milestone” they eliminated the side grip (a grip that can be glued is included to improve its grip “sacrificing” 3.2 grams of weight), the Razer Chroma lighting has also been deleted, as well that there is no trace of RGB.
Other improvements include a more efficient and lighter battery (-2.6 grams), structural modifications (-4 grams), etc.
Features Razer Viper V2 Pro are complemented by an optical sensor Focus Pro 30K with a resolution of up to 30,000 DPI with a sampling rate of up to 750 FPS and able to recognize the movements of up to 70Gthe main buttons use a few optical switches Razer “Gen-3” with a lifespan of at least 90 million clicks, connects via low-friction Razer Speedflex USB-C cable or wireless (Razer HyperSpeed) up to 80 hours of battery life,
They are on sale in black and white at the recommended price of €159.99.
“We carefully considered every ounce of the Viper V2 Pro’s weight to ensure that the trade-off for lower weight doesn’t come at the expense of features and performance,” said Chris Mitchell, Gaming PC Division Manager of Razer.
“We’re not satisfied with just cutting weight here and there. Professional eSports gamers and the wider gaming mouse community played an important role in the development of the Viper V2 Pro, responding to their feedback, whether it was to improve the button switches or the sensor, or even something simple like improving the side button protrusion.
“This mouse feels like it was made for me,” said Jimmy “Marved” Nguyen, professional Valorant player at OpTic Gaming. “The shape and weight is perfect in my hand, it’s like a natural extension of my body. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever tried before.”