Razer Viper Mini Ultralight Gaming Mouse: Fastest Gaming Switches - 8500 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Underglow Lighting - 6 Programmable Buttons - Drag-Free Cord - Classic Black
- The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, U. S. Retail Tracking Service, Keyboards, Mice, PC Headset/Pc Microphone, Gaming Designed, based on dollar sales, Jan. 2017- Dec. 2019
- Lightest, Zero-Compromise Minature Mouse: 10% Smaller Than the Viper and ligher at 61g, with a 8500 DPI optical sensor befitting the most serious gamers without the need for drilling holes in the chassis like competitor mice
- Faster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: Razer optical mouse switches uses light beam-based actuation, registering button presses at the speed of light for absolute control
- Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles & Underglow: Includes 16. 8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
- 6 Programmable Buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse 3Drag-Free Cord for Wireless-Like Performance: Razer Speedflex cables eliminate the need for mouse bungees, drastically reducing weight and drag
Experience hard-hitting performance with our lightest mouse ever created—a lean, ultra-lightweight build that makes control effortless. Featuring cutting-edge optical mouse switches, a precise8, 500 DPI sensor and Razer Speedflex Cable for supreme accuracy and speed.
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If you are purchasing this mouse after already owning a logitech gpro or another decent mouse like a glorious mO, please read. This is most comparable to a Gpro but I have one that beats out both which to my suprise is a gwolves hati(A cheaper wired gpro shape but with qc issues)
The 3 stars is not because I think the gpro or others are better, this is still a nice mouse. I'm basing rating of a few things Razer fell short on.
Side buttons will be accidentally pressed and very annoying even if they are disabled through synaps. Can be fixed with removable buttons and still stay pc to those left handys like the gpro did.
Randomly disconnected for 10seconds during gameplay. Others have had same issue.
The clicks are meh. Its just not an improvement, its like getting use to a different switch. Did nothing for my reaction time in aim games, once i got use to them. Not bad or good just optical. Differnt switch.
Few other minor things like rgb doesnt save to on board memory, grip is odd coming from a smaller mouse. I have large hands so It ended of being fine after a few days, but if you have small hands definitely do not buy this mouse. Just better shapes out right now.
Conculsion, It's a 150dollar mouse....an end game price deserves end game results. Please remember these youtube reviews and some on here praising it, got it for Free...also because Razer hasnt been great in a long time and they seem to be doing a lot better.
Keep up the effort Razer definitely a good start with Viper after a long time. Just feels rushed and in my opinion not the best to offer for fps aim improvement at the moment.
From memory I've tried:
Razer Deathadder 2014 and current, Zowie fk1, Zowie EC2a, Nixeus Revel (my previous daily driver), the Glorious Model O, The Finalmouse ergonomic, The Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom, the Logitech G Pro Wireless, The Logitech G Pro, and a couple of others not worth mentioning.
Things I like about the mouse:
The shape- this is probably the most important part of a mouse for performance and this mouse closely aligns with my previous favorite the Nixeus Revel. Official dimensions are 4.99 x 2.61 x 1.49 inches.
The ultralight (69g) form factor- I can't stand the honeycomb design a lot of companies are doing and I'm glad Razer found another way to achieve the lightweight without sacrificing the comfort of a full mouse.
The grip on the sides - it's is perfect and helps me with claw grip when I'm playing games.
The matte coating- I tend to sweat a lot and it helps me grip the mouse better. It goes along nicely with the grips.
The RGB- most mice have this nowadays but it's nice to be able to customize it. I've always really liked the razer logo. Razer did well here.
The mouse cord- It is lightweight and doesn't get in the way, almost like a paracord.
Per Mouse Profiles- This mouse allows you to store profiles on the mouse itself so you can set your DPI, lighting, etc preferences and it will remember them. This is nice because you don't need to download any software to make it work, but if you do, you only need to do it once to initially set it up.
The side buttons- They are recessed in the mouse which is both a good and bad thing. I guess it depends on your preference. I do find that I sometimes misclick them because they aren't very distinctive for that reason.
The mouse buttons- They are really solid and I haven't had any issues with misclicks or anything like that.
What I didn't like(not much):
The mouse buttons on the right side of the mouse- I get it, they wanted this mouse to have an ambidextrous design. I can respect that, but it creates issues when I claw grip the mouse. For instance, I find that I accidentally click the buttons on the right side of the mouse when I am trying to claw grip it. My workaround so far has been to just disable those buttons in the software but it's annoying that I have to do that.
With that being said I have two suggestions for Razer for combating this problem:
1. Make the side buttons removable (like on the G Pro Wireless, reference picture included).
2. Make a right-handed only version. This one is less practical so I hope they do something like the first solution.
I still decided to give it 5/5 stars because it is just that good. The issue I have with it is pretty minor and I can live with it. But if Razer addressed it that would be awesome.