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Razer Launch New Wireless Viper Gaming Mouse

Razer has launched it’s brand new Razer Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mouse for availability in Australia, promising 25% faster wireless connectivity, optical switches and the company’s best sensor to date, for $259.

The launch of the Razer Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mouse, coming 1 November, updates the popular wired variant of the mouse.

Removing the cables and improving the sensor, the Razer Viper Ultimate sports a 74g super-lightweight and ambidextrous design, with a 20,000 DPI optical sensor.

With HyperSpeed wireless connectivity, the gaming mouse offers 70 hours of battery life, with only one charge per week required to power ten hours of daily gameplay.

“The Razer Viper Ultimate is the answer to the needs of Team Razer’s best esports athletes who want to go wireless”, said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Peripherals Business Unit.

Razer has ‘pushed the boundaries of wireless’ with integrated optical switches for faster response times, and a redefined precision sensor that sports smart tracking to automatically calibrate the mouse to its surface.

The feature calculates lift-off distance to ensure accuracy of mouse strokes remain consistent, eliminating the need for manual calibration in previous Razer sensors.

Eight programmable buttons are user configurable through the Razer Chroma application, with space for five on-board profile configurations.

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