Gaming hardware and peripherals maker Razer has unveiled its latest lightweight gaming mouse this week, introducing a new version of the Viper Mini Signature Edition with a magnesium alloy chassis. The Razer Viper Mini Signature Edition weighs just 49g and features Razer’s “bestinclass technology”. Unfortunately, the new lightweight gaming mouse is not yet ready for purchase, but you can go to the official product page and register your email address to receive notifications. when sales or preorders open.
“We set out to create the lightest and most powerful gaming mouse,” said Barry Ooi, Head of Razer PC Gaming. “We went beyond our usual design process to consider material choices and alternative industrial designs to create an ultradurable magnesium alloy exoskeleton chassis in the fanfavorite Viper Mini shape. As a result, the Viper Mini Signature Edition weighs just 49 grams without compromise, making it the lightest mouse we’ve ever had.”
- Razer HyperSpeed Wireless and Wired Modes
- Razer Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor
- Up to 750 inches per second (IPS) / 70 G acceleration
- Resolution Accuracy 99.8%
- Razer Optical Mouse Switch Gen3 rated for 90 million clicks
- Battery Life: Up to 60 hours with HyperSpeed wireless
- True 4000Hz Wireless Polling Rate with Razer HyperPolling Wireless Dongle
- 1.8 m Speedflex Type C cable for charging and wired use
- Approximate size: 119mm / 4.68″ (length) x 62mm / 2.44″ (width) x 39mm / 1.53″ (height)
- Approximate weight: 49g / 1.72oz (without cable)
Lightweight gaming mouse.
The Viper Mini Signature Edition comes with a prepaired Razer HyperPolling Wireless Dongle, a set of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 mouse feet, a microfiber cleaning cloth, 2 sets of Razer Mouse Grip Tape, and 2 alcohol pads. As an added benefit, the Viper Mini Signature Edition comes with a 3year extended warranty. Constructed from highquality magnesium alloy, the Viper Mini Signature Edition features an exceptional weighttostrength ratio thanks to a new, sophisticated, heavyduty diecast construction.”
“The Viper Mini Signature Edition represents the most ambitious design and engineering project we have ever undertaken,” said Charlie Bolton, head of industrial design at Razer. “We wanted to go beyond the traditional honeycomb design, and that required a material with an outstanding strengthtoweight ratio. After evaluating plastic, carbon fiber and even titanium, we ultimately chose magnesium alloy because of its exceptional properties.”
“Each Viper Mini Signature Edition unit is built with an injection molded exoskeleton, which is then CNC machined and polished. The exoskeleton shell is then passivated to reduce any susceptibility to corrosion, after which it is painted and assembled. At every stage, every piece of production is carefully checked to ensure only the highest quality is maintained.”
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