Razer’s recognisable triple-headed snake trademark has donned such successful products that continue to impress us, such as the Razer Nari Ultimate and Razer Kraken X headsets, Razer Kiyo webcam and Razer Basilisk Essential mouse, to name a few. Today, Razer has announced the latest addition to their range of mice, the Razer Viper Mini.
Utilising an ultra-lightweight 61g design, the Viper Mini’s ambidextrous chassis has shaved off more weight so you can enjoy even swifter swipes whilst maintaining it’s durability. Comparatively, the Razer Viper weighs in at 69g and the Razer Viper Ultimate at 74g. The Viper Mini is recommended for gamers with small to medium hand sizes and is best suited for those who favour claw or fingertip grip styles.
Similar to the Razer Viper, the new Viper Mini is fitted with Razer Optical Mouse Switches and six programmable buttons. It boasts an 8,500 DPI sensor with 300 IPS tracking, for sharp, responsive, pixel-precise accuracy in-game. Of course, it’s not a Razer product if it doesn’t have Razer Chroma™ RGB Underglow lighting and on-board memory profile storage. The Razer Viper Mini’s cable has greater flexibility and is designed to produce minimal drag, so that you can perform quicker, more fluid swipes for a higher degree of control.
Valued at AUD$69.95, it’s hard to look past this for value and performance for the everyday gamer. For more information about the Razer Viper Mini, head over to the official Razer website.
Written by: @ChrisJInglis