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Razer's new Viper V3 Pro gaming mouse comes with enhanced performance and is designed for esports gamers

By Zelda Lee - on 24 Apr 2024, 5:41pm

Razer's new Viper V3 Pro gaming mouse comes with enhanced performance and is designed for esports gamers

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Razer has launched an updated Viper V3 Pro gaming mouse with improved performance and is targeted at esports gamers. At the heart of the redesign is the Razer Focus Pro 35K Optical Sensor Gen-2, giving it an incredible 99.8 percent resolution accuracy and the ability to adjust sensitivity in 1-dpi (dots per inch) increments.

At a media briefing, Razer says the new mouse supports a maximum sensitivity of 35,000dpi, with a speed capacity of 750ips and a maximum acceleration of 70G. Paired with the included HyperPolling Wireless Dongle, the Viper V3 Pro is capable of a true 8,000Hz wireless polling rate. The mouse also uses Razer's Gen-3 Optical Mouse Switches, and has a lifespan of 90 million clicks and engineered to reduce double-click issues and debounce delay.  Lastly, there are six programmable buttons and a single onboard memory profile.

It’s also designed for right-handed users, even if the overall design looks ambidextrous, with the side buttons positioned for the right thumb. Razer isn’t closing the door on a left-handed Viper V3 Pro though, and says it depends on the demand within the gaming community.

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Battery life is varies and depends on the polling rate selected. For instance, at the default setting of 1,000Hz, Razers says the Viper V3 Pro should last for up to 95 hours per charge. This duration decreases at higher polling rates, dropping to 62 hours at 2,000Hz, 40 hours at 4,000Hz, and down to 17 hours at 8,00 Hz. The mouse also has a wired mode to bypass battery limitations altogether.

Other design improvements include larger mouse feet for better glide. Interestingly, there isn’t any RGB lighting on the Viper V3 Pro.

The Razer Viper V3 Pro is now available in either black or white and can be purchased from Razer’s e-store for S$239.

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