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penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend
penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend
penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend
penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend
penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend
penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend

penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse with RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery gift to girlfriend

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My favorite mouse in terms of penguin onesie comfort penguin onesie is the Corsair Nightsword, penguin onesie followed by the Corsair M65. penguin onesie I also owned the Razer penguin onesie Basilisk, which is comfortable at penguin onesie first, penguin onesie but starts to cramp my hand with penguin onesie extended use.I penguin onesie have long been searching for a proper wireless penguin onesie mouse with penguin onesie a good RELIABLE connection, rechargeability/good battery life, a reasonable price, penguin onesie and of course above all, a penguin onesie good shape. It's no secret that penguin onesie the Viper Ultimate and penguin onesie the G Pro Wireless have been hailed as the best wireless mice around, but the price always kept me away penguin onesie from penguin onesie giving them a shot. penguin onesie Plus, I had heard about double click issues with penguin onesie the G Pro and the shape looked too ambidextrous for penguin onesie me. The penguin onesie more contoured shape of penguin onesie the Viper penguin onesie Ultimate and penguin onesie its penguin onesie optical switches caught penguin onesie my penguin onesie eye more. penguin onesie So when penguin onesie Prime Day came around and I saw the mouse + dock penguin onesie combo at $89.99, I jumped at the opportunity. (I would definitely not penguin onesie recommend paying penguin onesie $150 or even $120 for any mouse, it just penguin onesie isn't penguin onesie worth it.)Shape: penguin onesie 9/10I was scared of this the most since very penguin onesie few penguin onesie mice are comfortable to penguin onesie me. But when I started penguin onesie using the mouse, it penguin onesie felt great, to my surprise. Sure, the hump is a lower penguin onesie than I would have preferred, penguin onesie but my hand can rest very penguin onesie naturally on it with no penguin onesie cramping or fatigue. The penguin onesie low profile and relative lack of penguin onesie contours penguin onesie on the penguin onesie side make penguin onesie it slightly hard to pick penguin onesie up without it feeling like penguin onesie it's slipping out of your hand, penguin onesie but the incredibly light weight certainly makes penguin onesie up for penguin onesie it a penguin onesie bit. I penguin onesie didn't give it a 10/10 because for me, it still isn't penguin onesie as comfortable as the Corsair Nightsword (which feels penguin onesie like it was practically molded for my hand). penguin onesie Overall though, penguin onesie very penguin onesie comfortable and I penguin onesie plan to use it as my penguin onesie main mouse.Buttons: 9/10The main buttons penguin onesie are a 10/10 penguin onesie for me (Left click, penguin onesie Right click, and Scroll penguin onesie Wheel/Middle Click). penguin onesie They feel crisp and snappy with just enough penguin onesie feedback. I can definitely penguin onesie notice the optical switches. Every click feels EXTREMELY fast penguin onesie and responsive, but not in an oversensitive type of penguin onesie way. I use penguin onesie a penguin onesie mechanical keyboard with optical switches, and that has held up very well with penguin onesie 0 misfires or double-presses, so I am hoping for penguin onesie the same from this mouse. Every one of my penguin onesie mice with standard mechanical penguin onesie switches has ended up penguin onesie double clicking after some time penguin onesie and having penguin onesie to get replaced. penguin onesie My only problem with this penguin onesie mouse's penguin onesie buttons are the penguin onesie side penguin onesie buttons. They are way penguin onesie too recessed in the mouse penguin onesie (almost flush with the body) and I would penguin onesie definitely prefer them penguin onesie to stick out a bit more. Aside from that the penguin onesie buttons are very penguin onesie well built, with 0 penguin onesie wobble and a penguin onesie nice click.Software: 3/10Sorry Razer, penguin onesie but synapse just sucks. (Take some notes from Corsair please).The profile switching for recognizing different programs is extremely slow, causes the mouse penguin onesie to freeze up for a penguin onesie few seconds, penguin onesie and can even "crash" the mouse and require it to penguin onesie be penguin onesie turned on and off again. Apparently penguin onesie some other uses said this is because Synapse literally uploads the new penguin onesie profile to the mouse penguin onesie every time you switch programs, which is penguin onesie a terrible design. There IS a workaround, penguin onesie made possible by the fact penguin onesie that this penguin onesie mouse penguin onesie has penguin onesie on-board penguin onesie storage. penguin onesie Store the profiles penguin onesie you penguin onesie are penguin onesie using on the penguin onesie mouse's on-board storage, and you can use it without penguin onesie a penguin onesie hitch. However, this is really penguin onesie no excuse for Synapse to suck as there penguin onesie are plenty penguin onesie of penguin onesie other penguin onesie Razer mice penguin onesie that do penguin onesie not penguin onesie have on-board storage.The other penguin onesie big problem with Synapse is that macros penguin onesie do penguin onesie not immediately stop after you release a button - they will continue playing to completion. This severely limits the number of penguin onesie applications where you would choose penguin onesie to use penguin onesie a macro as penguin onesie this makes it too unsafe to use in many situations.Wireless: penguin onesie 10/10 penguin onesie (With the workaround stated above)Great connectivity - extremely reliable and responsive, as penguin onesie long as you use the workaround for Synapse. penguin onesie Switching penguin onesie profiles without the penguin onesie workaround was the only time the mouse would ever hiccup/disconnect. With the work around, penguin onesie it penguin onesie is penguin onesie just as reliable as a wired connection. And when the mouse goes penguin onesie into "sleep" mode, penguin onesie I penguin onesie hardly notice a delay when I wake it penguin onesie up.Sensor: 10/10Great penguin onesie sensor, penguin onesie combined with the low penguin onesie weight and low-friction penguin onesie gliding feet penguin onesie the tracking is silky smooth. penguin onesie Lift off distance penguin onesie is extremely low as well and can be further adjusted in Synapse.Weight: 10/10Extremely light. penguin onesie Do I sometimes miss having a sniper penguin onesie button to lower my penguin onesie DPI Sure. penguin onesie But do I need it with such a light mouse Certainly not. Any small micro-movements are extremely easy to penguin onesie make and it requires penguin onesie little to penguin onesie no-effort to move this mouse.Battery penguin onesie Life: 10/10I've been penguin onesie using penguin onesie this penguin onesie mouse with penguin onesie the default setting of penguin onesie 33% penguin onesie RGB penguin onesie brightness, and when I'm penguin onesie actively using penguin onesie the mouse at the penguin onesie computer for the penguin onesie whole day (12+ hours), it barely goes penguin onesie down to 70%. For penguin onesie less intensive use, you might last a whole penguin onesie 5 days without charging, penguin onesie or even a whole week. If you turn off the RGB, you could go penguin onesie for even longer._____________________________________________Final penguin onesie remarks:While the penguin onesie shape doesn't quite penguin onesie reach penguin onesie the 10/10 comfort that the Corsair Nightsword is for me, penguin onesie it penguin onesie is penguin onesie still penguin onesie extremely penguin onesie comfortable at a 9/10. Had I not experienced penguin onesie the Nightsword, penguin onesie I might have rated penguin onesie this penguin onesie a 10/10. It is comfortable penguin onesie enough that, combined penguin onesie with being wireless penguin onesie and having optical penguin onesie switches, I penguin onesie am penguin onesie completely penguin onesie sold penguin onesie on it. It is penguin onesie now my new primary penguin onesie mouse.The buttons are great, and I have high hopes for the reliability of the optical switches as Razer is the mouse maker currently using them. Wireless penguin onesie connectivity and and battery life are amazing. Synapse is the only thing that sucks. Razer please fix the software - it's borderline a penguin onesie dealbreaker that makes me reluctant to ever penguin onesie consider Razer products. If penguin onesie you ever see this penguin onesie mouse on sale, I highly recommend it. Just penguin onesie don't ever pay more than $100 for a penguin onesie mouse unless it penguin onesie was signed by Bob Ross.I've been using Razer products for penguin onesie a number of penguin onesie years, penguin onesie in penguin onesie particular mice. This is hands down penguin onesie the best penguin onesie Razer penguin onesie mouse penguin onesie I've used so penguin onesie far penguin onesie and penguin onesie possibly the best mouse I've used penguin onesie as well. I haven't been on the penguin onesie bandwagon for lighter and lighter weight mice. Now I penguin onesie might have to jump on that train because the Viper Ultimate penguin onesie is so shockingly light I penguin onesie have penguin onesie a hard penguin onesie time believing that it still works. Previously I had the penguin onesie Razer Taipan and perceptually it's about 2.5 times heavier. The transition over has penguin onesie taken a bit of time penguin onesie to penguin onesie get used to penguin onesie but I do like penguin onesie it. It does penguin onesie feel like penguin onesie you can rapidly change the direction the mouse is moving without much effort and it could lead to better penguin onesie performance playing shooters penguin onesie in particular.Both the Taipan and penguin onesie the Viper Ultimate have rubber grips on the sides of penguin onesie the mouse, and I think It's a really nice penguin onesie feature of both. I've used penguin onesie wireless mice in the past, a Microsoft one that failed penguin onesie me several times penguin onesie in the heat of battle that penguin onesie used AAA batteries. I was really unsure about using a wireless mouse again but penguin onesie I figured it was about penguin onesie time to try one again, possibly the technology has improved penguin onesie over the penguin onesie years and certainly penguin onesie it has. I was tempted penguin onesie by the Razer Orochi v2 but I didn't want to be buying batteries over and over. penguin onesie I think the Viper Ultimate is a penguin onesie bit better for my penguin onesie personal preferences and I really penguin onesie do like it. I was watching some YouTube videos analyzing the latency differences between current wireless penguin onesie mice and wired mice. For the penguin onesie first time I think penguin onesie wireless mice are so penguin onesie competitive penguin onesie with penguin onesie wired mice its there is no major reason to penguin onesie be using a wired mouse penguin onesie outside penguin onesie of cost. The Razer Viper Ultimate is a great example penguin onesie of this. There may be a valid argument that the penguin onesie Viper 8k has penguin onesie superior penguin onesie performance over the penguin onesie Viper Ultimate Wireless penguin onesie but penguin onesie the mice refresh rate is so far above what most monitors can display at 1000Hz pooling penguin onesie rate It doesn't feel like there is penguin onesie a major penguin onesie reason to be concerned about it. Not penguin onesie only that but I've penguin onesie heard the processing required to keep track of the penguin onesie cursor at 8000Hz actually drops your in penguin onesie game frame penguin onesie rate penguin onesie by about 3-4 frames per second (depending on penguin onesie your hardware configuration of course). I don't see the penguin onesie benefit of a 8000Hz pooling rate right now. penguin onesie In penguin onesie the end I think it's a great penguin onesie time to transition to a penguin onesie wireless mouse if your interested in it and are able to afford it.I penguin onesie purchased the version of the penguin onesie Viper Ultimate penguin onesie which included the dock and I'm glad penguin onesie I penguin onesie did. The dock penguin onesie has a penguin onesie magnet on it penguin onesie which penguin onesie makes penguin onesie far easier to penguin onesie rest the mouse on the dock in the correct position for it to charge penguin onesie and you really just don't have to think about dropping the mouse on the dock, the convenience penguin onesie is great. My penguin onesie only complaint penguin onesie about the dock is that it's so penguin onesie light that sometimes I pull penguin onesie up on the mouse and the dock actually lifts off my desk penguin onesie because the magnet is strong penguin onesie enough penguin onesie to carry the weight of the dock for a few seconds before it drops. penguin onesie I guess the engineers of the mouse penguin onesie decided penguin onesie to add a penguin onesie sticky pad on the bottom of penguin onesie the penguin onesie dock to help penguin onesie with this but penguin onesie I penguin onesie think this penguin onesie is a lame solution. A weighted dock design would penguin onesie be far superior in my opinion and hopefully it will be included in a future release. penguin onesie I don't penguin onesie like penguin onesie the thought penguin onesie of a penguin onesie sticky pad on my desk, it might make a penguin onesie gross penguin onesie sticky mess (which thankfully it hasn't) and penguin onesie possibly will penguin onesie become a hard dusty mass in a penguin onesie few penguin onesie years penguin onesie time penguin onesie anyway. That's really my penguin onesie biggest penguin onesie complaint with the mouse/dock combo.A minor issue I penguin onesie have with the mouse itself is the Teflon feet. I wish penguin onesie there was penguin onesie a larger Teflon pad penguin onesie at penguin onesie the penguin onesie back penguin onesie end of the mouse, or penguin onesie maybe two separate feet that penguin onesie are larger that penguin onesie covers that back end area a bit better. In the penguin onesie past I've used mice penguin onesie for years and years on end before penguin onesie replacing them and the back end of the mouse get's the most feet pad penguin onesie wear penguin onesie (at least for me). I feel like the Viper Ultimate penguin onesie may not last penguin onesie as penguin onesie long just because the back penguin onesie end penguin onesie feet penguin onesie are not significant enough penguin onesie and they penguin onesie are positioned far to the sides of the mouse, to the penguin onesie point I'll be penguin onesie lifting the mouse up off the mousepad surface and then setting it penguin onesie down, back down back end first and dragging the plastic of the mouse penguin onesie on the penguin onesie plastic mousepad penguin onesie surface for a few moments before the Teflon feet make contact with the mousepad. penguin onesie This is not ideal in my opinion.Razer synapse, I personally don't mind running software in the penguin onesie background for peripherals as long as it doesn't take up too many system resources and Synapse doesn't. I HATE the way one has penguin onesie to log into an account to make use of some of the features. No penguin onesie mouse should require one to penguin onesie create an account penguin onesie to make full use of a mouse, penguin onesie that is a penguin onesie garbage idea for user penguin onesie convenience. I personally think convenience penguin onesie should be prioritized over most aspects of penguin onesie a penguin onesie products penguin onesie design and this causes me anger every penguin onesie time the synapse software asks me for the password that penguin onesie I usually have penguin onesie forgotten penguin onesie in the weeks that penguin onesie go by penguin onesie where I don't have to enter the password. Even if penguin onesie I tell it to remember my penguin onesie password the Synapse software still asks me for my password from time to time penguin onesie (I think when penguin onesie it does an penguin onesie update). It's difficult for me to put penguin onesie into words how penguin onesie rage inducing this is, mostly penguin onesie because it feels so penguin onesie unnecessary. penguin onesie The penguin onesie software should remember your password no matter penguin onesie what, penguin onesie #1 and #2 you should not need to create an account penguin onesie to make penguin onesie use penguin onesie of penguin onesie mouse software, It's trash on two fronts. Okay, penguin onesie Razer is a business and penguin onesie they feel penguin onesie like they require penguin onesie minor tracking of their customer base so they penguin onesie can make better business decisions and penguin onesie satisfy customers. I penguin onesie don't like it at all but penguin onesie hypothetically I can penguin onesie understand. Message penguin onesie to Razer: Make the Synapse software remember your log in info no matter what. penguin onesie This software design is just penguin onesie as important as your hardware design work. For penguin onesie over half of penguin onesie the use of penguin onesie my penguin onesie Razer Taipan I didn't use Synapse penguin onesie at all because it was penguin onesie such a pain in the rear end to make sure I'm logged in penguin onesie all the time. This may indeed only be penguin onesie an issue with the penguin onesie older version of Synapse, so far I penguin onesie haven't had this issue since purchasing the Viper Ultimate. I really hope Razer penguin onesie has resolved this penguin onesie and penguin onesie I no longer penguin onesie will be plagued penguin onesie with login requests.In penguin onesie the end very penguin onesie few penguin onesie products penguin onesie are perfect and it is penguin onesie hard penguin onesie to fault the penguin onesie Viper penguin onesie Ultimate Wireless with very much. I think it's penguin onesie a product worth buying and penguin onesie I'm penguin onesie glad I purchased it, penguin onesie I hope it will last me a few penguin onesie years and be a valuable part penguin onesie of penguin onesie my gaming hardware arsenal. penguin onesie If you are at penguin onesie all on the fence about penguin onesie purchasing this mouse, I wouldn't hesitate too much, its penguin onesie pretty awesome overall. It is penguin onesie a penguin onesie bit penguin onesie more pricy compared penguin onesie to some wired penguin onesie options penguin onesie but I do prefer wireless over a corded mouse even with a cord bungie (which are penguin onesie really penguin onesie great penguin onesie by the way). Definitely consider the Viper Ultimate penguin onesie Wireless mouse if your in the penguin onesie market for a penguin onesie mouse, It's penguin onesie a great option in my penguin onesie opinion, despite my complaints.Lightweight, Zero-Compromise Wireless Esports Gaming Mouse at 74g: The Razer Viper Ultimate penguin onesie includes a 20K DPI penguin onesie optical sensor befitting the most serious penguin onesie gamers penguin onesie and achieves its weight penguin onesie without the need for drilled holes25% Quicker Than penguin onesie Competing Wireless Mice: Razer penguin onesie HyperSpeed wireless penguin onesie technology brings together extreme low-latency and interference reduction for true penguin onesie wireless freedom


      Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse & RGB Charging Dock: Fastest Gaming Mouse Switch - 20K DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - 70 Hr Battery25% Quicker Than Competing Wireless Mice: Razer HyperSpeed penguin onesie wireless penguin onesie technology brings together extreme low-latency penguin onesie and interference reduction for true wireless freedomLightweight, Zero-Compromise Wireless Esports Gaming Mouse at 74g: The penguin onesie Razer Viper Ultimate includes a penguin onesie 20K DPI optical penguin onesie sensor befitting penguin onesie the most serious gamers and achieves its penguin onesie weight penguin onesie without the penguin onesie need for drilled penguin onesie holesFaster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: New Razer penguin onesie optical penguin onesie mouse switches uses light penguin onesie beam-based penguin onesie actuation, registering button penguin onesie presses at the penguin onesie speed of lightAmbidextrous penguin onesie Design: penguin onesie Created for left and right-handed users with accessible, programmable buttons on penguin onesie both sidesMaximum Speed(IPS):650,On-board Memory Profiles:5. Dock Compatible



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Buyer's experience:


      1: I've been using Razer products for a number of years, in particular mice. This is hands down the best Razer mouse I've used so far and possibly the best mouse I've used as well. I haven't been on the bandwagon for lighter and lighter weight mice. Now I might have to jump on that train because the Viper Ultimate is so shockingly light I have a hard time believing that it still works. Previously I had the Razer Taipan and perceptually it's about 2.5 times heavier. The transition over has taken a bit of time to get used to but I do like it. It does feel like you can rapidly change the direction the mouse is moving without much effort and it could lead to better performance playing shooters in particular.Both the Taipan and the Viper Ultimate have rubber grips on the sides of the mouse, and I think It's a really nice feature of both. I've used wireless mice in the past, a Microsoft one that failed me several times in the heat of battle that used AAA batteries. I was really unsure about using a wireless mouse again but I figured it was about time to try one again, possibly the technology has improved over the years and certainly it has. I was tempted by the Razer Orochi v2 but I didn't want to be buying batteries over and over. I think the Viper Ultimate is a bit better for my personal preferences and I really do like it. I was watching some YouTube videos analyzing the latency differences between current wireless mice and wired mice. For the first time I think wireless mice are so competitive with wired mice its there is no major reason to be using a wired mouse outside of cost. The Razer Viper Ultimate is a great example of this. There may be a valid argument that the Viper 8k has superior performance over the Viper Ultimate Wireless but the mice refresh rate is so far above what most monitors can display at 1000Hz pooling rate It doesn't feel like there is a major reason to be concerned about it. Not only that but I've heard the processing required to keep track of the cursor at 8000Hz actually drops your in game frame rate by about 3-4 frames per second (depending on your hardware configuration of course). I don't see the benefit of a 8000Hz pooling rate right now. In the end I think it's a great time to transition to a wireless mouse if your interested in it and are able to afford it.I purchased the version of the Viper Ultimate which included the dock and I'm glad I did. The dock has a magnet on it which makes far easier to rest the mouse on the dock in the correct position for it to charge and you really just don't have to think about dropping the mouse on the dock, the convenience is great. My only complaint about the dock is that it's so light that sometimes I pull up on the mouse and the dock actually lifts off my desk because the magnet is strong enough to carry the weight of the dock for a few seconds before it drops. I guess the engineers of the mouse decided to add a sticky pad on the bottom of the dock to help with this but I think this is a lame solution. A weighted dock design would be far superior in my opinion and hopefully it will be included in a future release. I don't like the thought of a sticky pad on my desk, it might make a gross sticky mess (which thankfully it hasn't) and possibly will become a hard dusty mass in a few years time anyway. That's really my biggest complaint with the mouse/dock combo.A minor issue I have with the mouse itself is the Teflon feet. I wish there was a larger Teflon pad at the back end of the mouse, or maybe two separate feet that are larger that covers that back end area a bit better. In the past I've used mice for years and years on end before replacing them and the back end of the mouse get's the most feet pad wear (at least for me). I feel like the Viper Ultimate may not last as long just because the back end feet are not significant enough and they are positioned far to the sides of the mouse, to the point I'll be lifting the mouse up off the mousepad surface and then setting it down, back down back end first and dragging the plastic of the mouse on the plastic mousepad surface for a few moments before the Teflon feet make contact with the mousepad. This is not ideal in my opinion.Razer synapse, I personally don't mind running software in the background for peripherals as long as it doesn't take up too many system resources and Synapse doesn't. I HATE the way one has to log into an account to make use of some of the features. No mouse should require one to create an account to make full use of a mouse, that is a garbage idea for user convenience. I personally think convenience should be prioritized over most aspects of a products design and this causes me anger every time the synapse software asks me for the password that I usually have forgotten in the weeks that go by where I don't have to enter the password. Even if I tell it to remember my password the Synapse software still asks me for my password from time to time (I think when it does an update). It's difficult for me to put into words how rage inducing this is, mostly because it feels so unnecessary. The software should remember your password no matter what, #1 and #2 you should not need to create an account to make use of mouse software, It's trash on two fronts. Okay, Razer is a business and they feel like they require minor tracking of their customer base so they can make better business decisions and satisfy customers. I don't like it at all but hypothetically I can understand. Message to Razer: Make the Synapse software remember your log in info no matter what. This software design is just as important as your hardware design work. For over half of the use of my Razer Taipan I didn't use Synapse at all because it was such a pain in the rear end to make sure I'm logged in all the time. This may indeed only be an issue with the older version of Synapse, so far I haven't had this issue since purchasing the Viper Ultimate. I really hope Razer has resolved this and I no longer will be plagued with login requests.In the end very few products are perfect and it is hard to fault the Viper Ultimate Wireless with very much. I think it's a product worth buying and I'm glad I purchased it, I hope it will last me a few years and be a valuable part of my gaming hardware arsenal. If you are at all on the fence about purchasing this mouse, I wouldn't hesitate too much, its pretty awesome overall. It is a bit more pricy compared to some wired options but I do prefer wireless over a corded mouse even with a cord bungie (which are really great by the way). Definitely consider the Viper Ultimate Wireless mouse if your in the market for a mouse, It's a great option in my opinion, despite my complaints.


      2: To preface - I find it very difficult to find a mouse shape that is comfortable for me. My hands are roughly 19x10 cm and I use a full palm grip. My favorite mouse in terms of comfort is the Corsair Nightsword, followed by the Corsair M65. I also owned the Razer Basilisk, which is comfortable at first, but starts to cramp my hand with extended use.I have long been searching for a proper wireless mouse with a good RELIABLE connection, rechargeability/good battery life, a reasonable price, and of course above all, a good shape. It's no secret that the Viper Ultimate and the G Pro Wireless have been hailed as the best wireless mice around, but the price always kept me away from giving them a shot. Plus, I had heard about double click issues with the G Pro and the shape looked too ambidextrous for me. The more contoured shape of the Viper Ultimate and its optical switches caught my eye more. So when Prime Day came around and I saw the mouse + dock combo at $89.99, I jumped at the opportunity. (I would definitely not recommend paying $150 or even $120 for any mouse, it just isn't worth it.)Shape: 9/10I was scared of this the most since very few mice are comfortable to me. But when I started using the mouse, it felt great, to my surprise. Sure, the hump is a lower than I would have preferred, but my hand can rest very naturally on it with no cramping or fatigue. The low profile and relative lack of contours on the side make it slightly hard to pick up without it feeling like it's slipping out of your hand, but the incredibly light weight certainly makes up for it a bit. I didn't give it a 10/10 because for me, it still isn't as comfortable as the Corsair Nightsword (which feels like it was practically molded for my hand). Overall though, very comfortable and I plan to use it as my main mouse.Buttons: 9/10The main buttons are a 10/10 for me (Left click, Right click, and Scroll Wheel/Middle Click). They feel crisp and snappy with just enough feedback. I can definitely notice the optical switches. Every click feels EXTREMELY fast and responsive, but not in an oversensitive type of way. I use a mechanical keyboard with optical switches, and that has held up very well with 0 misfires or double-presses, so I am hoping for the same from this mouse. Every one of my mice with standard mechanical switches has ended up double clicking after some time and having to get replaced. My only problem with this mouse's buttons are the side buttons. They are way too recessed in the mouse (almost flush with the body) and I would definitely prefer them to stick out a bit more. Aside from that the buttons are very well built, with 0 wobble and a nice click.Software: 3/10Sorry Razer, but synapse just sucks. (Take some notes from Corsair please).The profile switching for recognizing different programs is extremely slow, causes the mouse to freeze up for a few seconds, and can even "crash" the mouse and require it to be turned on and off again. Apparently some other uses said this is because Synapse literally uploads the new profile to the mouse every time you switch programs, which is a terrible design. There IS a workaround, made possible by the fact that this mouse has on-board storage. Store the profiles you are using on the mouse's on-board storage, and you can use it without a hitch. However, this is really no excuse for Synapse to suck as there are plenty of other Razer mice that do not have on-board storage.The other big problem with Synapse is that macros do not immediately stop after you release a button - they will continue playing to completion. This severely limits the number of applications where you would choose to use a macro as this makes it too unsafe to use in many situations.Wireless: 10/10 (With the workaround stated above)Great connectivity - extremely reliable and responsive, as long as you use the workaround for Synapse. Switching profiles without the workaround was the only time the mouse would ever hiccup/disconnect. With the work around, it is just as reliable as a wired connection. And when the mouse goes into "sleep" mode, I hardly notice a delay when I wake it up.Sensor: 10/10Great sensor, combined with the low weight and low-friction gliding feet the tracking is silky smooth. Lift off distance is extremely low as well and can be further adjusted in Synapse.Weight: 10/10Extremely light. Do I sometimes miss having a sniper button to lower my DPI Sure. But do I need it with such a light mouse Certainly not. Any small micro-movements are extremely easy to make and it requires little to no-effort to move this mouse.Battery Life: 10/10I've been using this mouse with the default setting of 33% RGB brightness, and when I'm actively using the mouse at the computer for the whole day (12+ hours), it barely goes down to 70%. For less intensive use, you might last a whole 5 days without charging, or even a whole week. If you turn off the RGB, you could go for even longer._____________________________________________Final remarks:While the shape doesn't quite reach the 10/10 comfort that the Corsair Nightsword is for me, it is still extremely comfortable at a 9/10. Had I not experienced the Nightsword, I might have rated this a 10/10. It is comfortable enough that, combined with being wireless and having optical switches, I am completely sold on it. It is now my new primary mouse.The buttons are great, and I have high hopes for the reliability of the optical switches as Razer is the mouse maker currently using them. Wireless connectivity and and battery life are amazing. Synapse is the only thing that sucks. Razer please fix the software - it's borderline a dealbreaker that makes me reluctant to ever consider Razer products. If you ever see this mouse on sale, I highly recommend it. Just don't ever pay more than $100 for a mouse unless it was signed by Bob Ross.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00