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Razer Unveils Its Lightest-Ever Gaming Mouse

The Viper Mini Signature Edition mouse on a desk covered in papers.
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Razer announced the latest Viper line of gaming mice: the Viper Mini Signature Edition. At just 49 grams, it’s the lightest gaming mouse the company has ever produced.

The Viper Mini Signature Edition has a nearly hollow interior surrounded by a magnesium alloy exoskeleton. This right-handed mouse features five programmable buttons, the Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor, Gen-3 Optical Mouse Switches, and 60 hours of battery life, depending on the polling rate.

More specs on the Viper Mini Signature Edition include a max sensitivity of 30000 DPI, max speed of 750 IPS, max acceleration of 70 G, and a switch life cycle of 90 million clicks. However, due to its minimal construction, the mouse lacks a tilt scroll wheel, RGB lighting, and dock compatibility.

When you purchase the Viper Mini Signature Edition for $280, you get two sets of alcohol prep pads, two sets of Razer Mouse Grip tape, a Razer HyperPolling wireless dongle, a set of PTFE mouse feet, a microfiber cleaning cloth, a USB-A to USB-C Speedflex cable, and a set of Corning Gorilla Gass 3 mouse Feet.

The Viper Mini Signature Edition goes on sale on the Razer Website on February 11th.

Viper Mini Signature Edition

The Viper Mini Signature Edition is the lightest gaming mouse ever produced by Razer

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