Razer launched the new Razer Viper V3 Hyperspeed gaming mouse to meet the demands of high-performance eSports athletes. With a lightweight design, the peripheral has a design optimized for ergonomics in both claw and fingertip grips.
As eSports evolve, Razer also updates the priorities of its peripherals for athletes in the segment. The Razer Focus Pro 30K optical sensor also guarantees the new professional mouse more control, precision and speed, with a maximum acceleration of 70G, speed of up to 750 inches per second, 30 thousand DPIs and accuracy of up to 99.8%.
The Razer Viper V3 Hyperspeed is the result of years of creating elite peripherals for gamers. Initially with the motto “by gamers, for gamers”, Razer teamed up with athletes from the eSports scene to combine their expertise with the experience and legacy of these pro-players, updating its message to “By professionals, for professionals”.
Already featuring conventional buttons, the new mouse has a total of six buttons that are fully programmable through the Razer Synapse software, all using Razer switches with 60 million clicks. Onboard memory allows you to store the last saved macro profile, as well as other settings such as DPI and beam-off distance.
Adaptable to every style
Advantages of the proprietary optical sensor include asymmetric beam cutting, intelligent tracking and motion synchronization. The first function allows you to adapt when the Viper V3 Hyperspeed turns off the optical beam according to each player’s style.
This way, you can avoid unnecessary movements without having to lift the mouse too much, giving you more agility. Smart tracking can adapt to different types of textures, keeping the cursor response time accurate, even on different surfaces.
Finally, Motion Sync can recognize the mouse’s trajectory, even when point tracking is irregular, and corrects these route readings. This makes movements smoother, without the increase in latency common in other line correction technologies.
The Viper V3 Hyperspeed uses an AA battery and delivers up to 280 hours of intense, precise and responsive gameplay. With no battery or onboard charging technologies, its design is even lighter than other mice with the same profile.
For even lower latencies, you can upgrade Razer’s proprietary receiver to the 4,000 MHz frequency version.
The Viper V3 Hyperspeed arrives on the Brazilian market in December 2023, in versions with the standard or 4,000 GHz receiver, at suggested prices of R$819.90 and R$999.90, respectively.