Razer Viper Ultimate Ambidextrous Wireless Gaming Mouse with Charging Station Powered by Hyperspeed Technology
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.6 x 5 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Weight||74 Grams|
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Razer is the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers.
The triple-headed snake of Razer is one of the most recognized logos in the global gaming and esports communities. With a fan base that spans every continent, the company has designed and built the world’s largest gamer-focused ecosystem of hardware, software and services.
Razer Viper Ultimate
Not all wireless mice are made equal
Meet the gaming mouse that’s powered by an ultra-fast wireless technology engineered for pro-grade performance. Featuring 20,000 DPI resolution for extremely precise tracking, optical mouse switches that actuate at the speed of light, and up to 70 continuous hours of play.
- Ultra-Fast Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology faster than wired gaming mice
- Razer Focus+ 20K Optical Sensor for cutting-edge precision
- Razer Optical Mouse Switch for actuation at the speed of light
- 74g Lightweight – Designed for Esport
- Up to 70 Hours of Battery Life for non-stop gaming
Ultra-Fast Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology Faster than wired gaming mice
With a high-speed transmission, extremely low latency, and seamless frequency switching in the noisiest environments, you won’t even realize that you’re gaming with a wireless mouse.
Razer Focus+ 20K Optical Sensor For cutting-edge precision
A 20,000 DPI sensor with 99.6% resolution accuracy ensures that even the finest movement of your mouse is tracked, giving you an acute level of precision for game-winning headshots and highly elusive maneuvers.
74g Lightweight - Designed for Esports For swifter, controlled swipes
The Razer Viper Ultimate is the lightest wireless gaming mouse making no compromise on strength with its true ambidextrous form factor. Its optimal weight is designed for faster and smoother control.
Razer Optical Mouse Switch For actuation at the speed of light
Every click you make is actuated at the speed of light with no debounce delay, so you’ll always be the first to pull the trigger. The switches are also durable for up to 70 million clicks.
Up to 70 Hours of Battery Life For non-stop gaming
Improved wireless power efficiency keeps it running at peak performance for up to 70 continuous hours—charge it once a week to power 10 hours of daily gameplay.
Razer Chroma Mouse Charging Dock With personalized RGB lighting effects
Comes with a mouse charging dock powered by Razer Chroma—featuring 16.8 million colors and signature lighting effects. Get 5 hours of wireless playtime for every 10 minutes of charging.
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB||Wireless||Wireless, Wired||Wireless, Wired|
|Item Dimensions||2.60 x 5.00 x 1.50 inches||1.57 x 2.50 x 4.92 inches||4.92 x 2.80 x 1.69 inches||5.00 x 2.24 x 1.50 inches|
|Item Weight||2.61 ounces||2.88 ounces||3.74 ounces||4.23 ounces|
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Die Ladestation nice to have, jedoch auch nicht mehr. Das Mitgelieferte Kabel ist auch sehr hochwertig und die Maus kann ohne Probleme beim aufladen genutzt werden.
Kommen wir zur Software Razer Synapse.. An sich eine normale Software wie sie alle Gaming-Hardware-Hersteller inzwischen nutzen. Jedoch kriegt man bei jedem mal öffnen ein Pop-Up man solle sich doch direkt bei mit seiner Razer-ID anmelden, sehr penetrant. Erinnert an Apple, die einen in Ihre Apple-Welt ziehen wollen.
Man kann die Software natürlich auch einfach schließen, nachdem die DPI, Settings eingestellt wurden. Doch trotz geschlossener Synapse Software laufen 6! Razer applikationen im Hintergrund die Ram fressen. Ich frage mich wozu? Und die RGB Einstellungen werden - anders als bei Logitech Produkten - NICHT im internen Speicher gespeichert! Also geht, wenn man die Software nicht konstant laufen haben will, nur Regenbogen-Karussel oder komplett RGB aus.
Andere Möglichkeit - Razer Synapse komplett deinstallieren. Kann man machen, nur ist es dann ein Ratespiel wieveil %Akku man noch hat da kein Akku-Indikator auf der Maus gegeben ist. (Bei unter 5% blinkt wohl das Mausrad, aber das ist wohl etwas spät..)
Auch hier gibt es bei den meisten High-End Logitech Mäusen einen 3 Balken-Indikator für den Akkustand. Auch wenn die Logitech Software nicht läuft. Bei Logitech läuft bei geschlossener Software auch nur ein Hintergrundprozess..
Also - die Taktik von Razer einen in seine Software zu zwingen und diese kosntant laufen zu lassen will und kann ich nicht unterstützen. Es kann nicht sein das das Farbprofil nicht auf der Maus gespeichert werden kann, wenn da bei der Konkurrenz geht kriegt das auch Razer hin. Hier ist der einzige Grund den ich sehe, eine höher Aktivität der Nutzung der Software zu generieren und einen so in das Razer-Ökosystem zu ziehen.
Wirklich schade, denn die Maus hat mir gefallen. Ich bleibe aber bei Logitech.
but it does have its faults:
The plastics let it down, maybe it's to make it light white but they don't feel premium.
The scroll wheel rattles.
The dock pins where you put the mouse you have to slide the mouse up a little so the pins slip into the holes on the mouse. It doesn't always charge unless you push the mouse up the dock alittle until it starts charging, not the end of the world.
NOT usb C really annoying can't use other usb B cables to charge it. But at least the long battery svaes it. I can go away for 2 weeks and not worry about it running flat
The lighting on the mouse doesn't match any of razer's current equipment because the logo is under frosted plastic so it looks weird.
It's still the best mouse I've used the weight makes a massive difference and I've noticed the difference going back to my g900 which lived in my laptop bag.
Luckily for me the g pro is still in warranty but i have no doubt the switch problem will happen again and ill probably be out of said warranty so here we are i decided to get away from omron switches completely and get the viper ultimate, the g pro can go back for warranty repair/replace and ill sell it when its back and new again, i wont be getting another logi mouse while they use these switches.
Anyway what can i say about the viper, very light, very fast, the switches dont feel quite as quick to press as the g pro admittedly but its super close, the texture is not as smooth either which makes it less slippy but less pleasant feeling, the side buttons are nice, a bit too recessed but i think i prefer that. The g pro wireless really was a masterpeice of simplicity and got so much right but most reviews dont mention the chewing gum switches that never get close to the rated lifespan, its all great at first but 12 months later your very likely to get iffy clicks and its unacceptable in a mouse this price.
My advice would be dont underestimate the optical switches on this mouse, theres much more to it than outright response times most people dont notice, the viper also has longer battery life, is lighter overall and just... Just, a step ahead. Would never have given up on the g pro though had it never outright failed... Again.
EDIT: after a month or so of using the viper ultimate it became apparent the battery life didnt quite last as long as the g pro wireless, the switches didnt feel as good as the g pro, like they needed just a bit more force with less pleasing click, the side buttons are too recessed meaning i squeeze the mouse a little harder to activate them causing me to click the buttons on the opposite side which became irritating since i couldnt remove them like the g pro. the razer viper ultimate is also shallower than the g pro, im typically a palm gripper so the added touch of height on the g pro fit my hand much nicer and i prefer the feel of the g pro shell. logitech did indeed send me a replacement g pro wireless so i was left with the tough choice of which mouse to keep and ultimately ive stuck with the g pro even with that risk the switches may fail again, for me it just feels better to use and so the viper is on its way back... its an amazing mouse technically speaking, but its not quite there yet.
Avevo già acquistato questo mouse direttamente dalla RAZER, a novembre 2019, e l'ho subito restituito perchè il tasto sinistro presentava una sorta di scricchiolio prima di arrivare al click.
Credevo fosse un difetto più unico che raro (sono MOLTO sfortunato con i mouse) invece riscontro lo stesso identico problema anche nel secondo esemplare appena acquistato su Amazon.
In particolare: alla pressione del tasto sinistro, il tasto stesso ha come una sorta di reazione elastica e al tatto si avverte una sensazione di strisciamento di parti in plastica (che personalmente reputo sgradevole e un po' imbarazzante dato il price-tag del mouse stesso).
Continuerò a usarlo per una settimana, vedrò se questo feeling migliora o peggiora con il passare dei giorni, e aggiornerò la recensione quando avrò deciso se tenerlo o restituirlo.
I bought this mouse for league of legends primarily and prior to buying this mouse, I haven't had anything come close to Fnatic's Clutch 2 in terms of overall quality, responsiveness and feel in the hand. Right now, I feel this mouse is the first possible contender fnatic has had in over 30 different mice.
The mouse is incredibly light. Honestly I didn't know if I would like that but it surprised me how decent it feels to use.
Setting up was easy. Razer synapse auto installed as soon as I connected the charger hub for the mouse, with options for all the chroma syncing stuff etc (which I honestly unticked, very little people need all that junk). From there I just changed lighting options and DPI then went to play a game of league.
The downsides however that I have noticed already came whilst playing my first game. First of all, the plastic does feel really cheap. It isn't going to glow with hand sweat like some do but the top is a kind of matt plastic with little ridges in for grip. The sides have rubberised grips and two plastic side buttons on each side, since this mouse is ambidextrous.
The second problem I found is the side buttons themselves. I use these as shortcuts to item slots in game and they are a lot more recessed than normal mice, meaning hitting the right button takes some getting used to. There's not much of a feel to get the right one either. I haven't actually misclicked yet but I can tell already I will.
In game, I haven't had any issues at all yet aside from the issue with the side buttons I mentioned. The issues people have mentioned with poor mouse clicking due to optical sensors haven't occurred to me as of yet fortunately and it feels fine to me.
It arrived with 50% battery, I played an hour with 100% brightness option with static lighting and it dropped to 48%. Since it's a wireless mouse I'm going to turn off lighting effects anyway but I wanted to see how the battery drain is out of the box. I can't comment on charging time yet since its still charging for the first time but its been yellow on the indicator for the last 20 minutes, which according to razer indicates a mid level charge.
I will update this again in a week, then around a month with further information on performance and issues.
Update: After a week, the only new things I have to add are that the ambidextrous buttons are a bit of a pain. I frequently end up accidently pressing the opposite side during use.
The battery drain is 4-5% per hour on full brightness for me. I dropped the brightness to 20% though and now I can play all day and still be left on 85% battery. I've only had it go to 30% at the lowest so far but I left it a couple of hours on charge and it was full again.
Overall, still happy with it aside from the side buttons.
Two weeks update: Razer Synapse started really messing with the mouse out of the blue. No updates to the program or anything but I changed my RGB to light blue to match my other stuff and Synapse really didn't like it.
It started defaulting to green until I manually opened the program, then a day later it wouldn't even change that way. Now I'm permanently stuck in green, regardless of changing it or reinstalling. DPI setting is the only thing that saves to the mouse, button combination and colour is controlled by synapse which quietly frankly is awful.
Aside from this, getting the mouse to sit on the charging dock just right is a pain and the ambidextrous buttons are getting in the way a fair bit. For these reasons, I am returning the mouse today after around two weeks because overall the wired fnatic mouse is much better for me and doesn't have these issues.