Get to know Razer's new-old mouse

One of the early popular models of the gaming company comes back to life with featherweight

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Somewhere in 2004, when Another relatively obscure brand in the beginning and dedicated gaming peripherals considered a strange fly, the Viper mouse came to the stores, being the first of the optical sensor company (instead of the good old rubber bullet) - and actually began a long-standing tradition that made the black products- Green to famous people all over the globe.


15 years later, when- She is a successful company offering countless different products beyond the mice and keyboards, the Viper An interesting comeback.

This is what the original Viper looks like, a decade and a half ago when even the legendary DeathAdder was not yet in the planning

The 2019 Viper model is a symmetrical wired gaming mouse designed for both left and right hand users, with a fifth-generation optical sensor up to 16,000DPI (probably based on the same PixArt PMW3389 sensor in Razer's other modern gaming mice) Mechanical Mechanism Main Buttons for Surviving 70 One Million Click Operations, a Rubber Finishing Wheel for Maximum Comfort, Eight Programmable Dedicated Buttons Through the Manufacturer's Synapse 3 Application, and 1,000Hz Sampling Frequency to Ensure No Pressure or Traffic .

Thus, Viper now, in the modern age

Like any modern mouse of The Viper also features Chroma technology for built-in 16.8 million tones of color illumination that can be controlled and influenced through the Synapse 3, and also includes a dedicated button at the bottom designed to change between 5 different precision settings in the mouse action that can be stored in the product's tiny internal memory - without fear that pressing the button will suddenly change the nature of the action at the most critical moment in the game.

Will the low weight and ambidextrous design make it a hit, despite the relatively high price tag?

The main uniqueness of the Viper compared to other recent mice It's low-weight, which stands at just 69 grams (without the USB cable weight) versus over-100 weights for most other models - it's actually the company's lightest wired mouse ever. The model's recommended price will be 80 dollars, and we are already starting to hold our fingers for a slight drop to a level of 75 dollars or less that will allow its online purchase without the need for VAT.

An intriguing product that needs a small cost cut - at least for the benefit of Israeli consumers

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