Comments about Razer Viper Ultralight Ambidextrous Wired Gaming Mouse: Fastest Mouse Switch in Gaming - 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Drag-Free Cord

Razer Viper Ultralight Ambidextrous Wired Gaming Mouse: Fastest Mouse Switch in Gaming - 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - 8 Programmable Buttons - Drag-Free Cord
The Lightest Esports Gaming Mouse at 69g: The Razer Viper includes a high-precision, 16K DPI optical sensor for a no-compromise package befitting the most serious gamers without the need for drilling holes in the chassis like competitor mice
Faster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: New Razer optical mouse switches uses light beam-based actuation, registering button presses at the speed of light for complete immersion and absolute control
Ambidextrous Design: Created for left and right-handed users with accessible, programmable buttons on both sides
Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
8 Programmable Buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse 3
Drag-Free Cord for Wireless-Like Performance: Razer Speedflex cables eliminate the need for mouse bungees, drastically reducing weight and drag for absolute control

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 Razer responds to the lightweight push with a mouse that will have a lot of people taking a look at Razer for the first time in a long time. Small, lightweight, responsive. This will have people talking.

Pros: 69 Grams, Tough shell, Minimal RGB, Optical switches, 5G Sensor, Speedflex cable, Great scroll wheel, NO NEED for Synapse software

Cons: Not many. Triggers have a bit of play and a bit of rattle in the body. Speedflex is not on par with other stock paracords. Other than that - this thing is a banger.

 Pros:
-Great ambidextrous shape
-New lightning fast optical switches
-3389 (or 3390) Optical sensor
-Flexible cable
-Grippy rubber side grips
-Driverless if you wish
-Great Software Control (LoD, surface calibration, RGB controls, macros that do just about everything)
-Receeded side buttons to prevent accidental clicks
-Great scroll wheel
-Satisfying buttons all around
-Light weight with no holes

Cons:
-Learning period for left and right buttons
-Some may dislike the stock feet
-RGB limited to back logo

My thoughts:
This miiiiiight end up being my main... At first, I was very skeptical, especially when I felt the buttons. They felt kind of spongy and I thought they were going to be annoying in game, but they're not bad at all. If you've ever used a Razer mouse, you know the sensor is really good (3389 [or 3390] as it turns out), the same is true here. While the cord isn't as flexible as a paracord, I still don't feel it while gaming or browsing. All of the buttons feel good, and you will NEVER accidently click the side buttons, they all kind of receed into the mouse. The scroll wheel feels great with well defined steps and a light button. I saw some people complain about the stock feet, but mine are gliding great on my glide 38. This could vary on different surfaces of course. Software is really good, you can do whatever you want with it, just know that macros require synapse to be running (this prevents illegal macros from being used in competition). I greatly appreciate that the mouse is as light as it is without holes, and an RGB logo. About that logo, if you turn off the lighting, it does absolutely disappear, no cutouts or anything, it just becomes a black surface. The rubber side grips are very nice too, I like the large surface area they cover. Just a note, the left and right click both wobble slightly when you shake the mouse, but they don't seem to move or be a problem in game.

This is a really nice mouse, I was very surprised. I absolutely did not expect it to be as good as it is, and it just feels great in my hand. I use a claw grip with 19.5 cm and it fits nicely. Usually, there's something about a mouse that bugs me while I'm playing like the air 58 flexes ever so slightly on the side and it affects my aim (probably a mental thing), my model O's right click squeeks when pressed in a certain area (which is a spot I click on alot), the g pro wireless's feet seem to drag inconsistently regardless of the mousepad, and so on. I also think that this will become popular enough to get aftermarket feet produced, maybe even hyperglides. I haven't found anything yet that bothers me in game with this mouse. Since nothing bugs me about it while gaming, it feels like an extension and I can focus on tracing and flicking without interruption. If you haven't bought a razer mouse in a long time during the rise of esports mice, this is a really solid place to start. Once you get over the feeling of the new clicks, I don't think you'll be disappointed.

I have an unhealthy overabundance of Razer mice. Been using the Deathadder for a LOOOOOOONG heckin' time.
I always add a paracord cable and Hyperglides. I've been thoroughly enjoying the DA Elite, even bought a backup.
Today I received my Viper 2019. The first things I noticed were weight and the feet. It weights drastically less. As a result, my aim is a bit more concise.
The feet feel EXACTLY like Hyperglides. That saves me a few $ and is fantastic to see Razer up that standard.
The cable is slightly thicker than a paracable. Never gets in the way. Still going to replace, just for aesthetic at this point.
The Deathadder Elite is amazing, but if you're looking for a fantastic new mouse and the fingertip grip can work for you, get this. Especially if you live on Overwatch, like me.

Pros:
-Lightweight (Amazing weight without the honeycomb design)
-Great Grip (Comfortable)
-Optical Sensor (Faster Clicks)
-Dpi button on bottom (No accidental Dpi switches)
-Great Clicky sound :)
-Great price for the amount of tech you're getting ($)
-Bendable mouse cord (won't get caught)
-Side buttons on both sides (I was worried about clicking them by accident at first, but they do not stick out enough to press them)

Cons:
-The optical sensor does take some time to get use too
-Side buttons do not protrude out as much as other mice (So again it takes some time to get use too)

Conclusion:

5 out 5

Razer it out of the ball park with this one. I would recommend this mouse to anyone, especially gamers.

Switched from my Zowie FK2. Size is similar- the viper is slightly shorter but slightly wider. I have small hands/use claw and I consider it a very comfortable fit. Materials are definitely an upgrade, the side grips are solid and the other material on what would be the "smooth" looking plastic parts have a slight texture and tooth to it, I feel like I get a much better grip and control on this thing than the FK2.

Aesthetically it's beautiful, I love that the logo 100% disappears when the LED is turned off or fades out. Looks super slick and the overall design has typical razer attitude but doesn't get in the way of any of the practicality of the mouse.

I've always liked Razer Synapse but knowing that the mouse is plug and play after initial setup is a big plus.

Let me start by saying this is my favorite mouse by Razer and is possibly my favorite mouse ever made. I have tried many mice on my never-ending quest to find the perfect fps gaming mouse.

From memory I've tried:
Razer Deathadder 2014 and current, Zowie fk1, Zowie EC2a, Nixeus Revel (my previous daily driver), the Glorious Model O, The Finalmouse ergonomic, The Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom, the Logitech G Pro Wireless, The Logitech G Pro, and a couple of others not worth mentioning.

Things I like about the mouse:
The shape- this is probably the most important part of a mouse for performance and this mouse closely aligns with my previous favorite the Nixeus Revel. Official dimensions are 4.99 x 2.61 x 1.49 inches.
The ultralight (69g) form factor- I can't stand the honeycomb design a lot of companies are doing and I'm glad Razer found another way to achieve the lightweight without sacrificing the comfort of a full mouse.
The grip on the sides - it's is perfect and helps me with claw grip when I'm playing games.
The matte coating- I tend to sweat a lot and it helps me grip the mouse better. It goes along nicely with the grips.
The RGB- most mice have this nowadays but it's nice to be able to customize it. I've always really liked the razer logo. Razer did well here.
The mouse cord- It is lightweight and doesn't get in the way, almost like a paracord.
Per Mouse Profiles- This mouse allows you to store profiles on the mouse itself so you can set your DPI, lighting, etc preferences and it will remember them. This is nice because you don't need to download any software to make it work, but if you do, you only need to do it once to initially set it up.
The side buttons- They are recessed in the mouse which is both a good and bad thing. I guess it depends on your preference. I do find that I sometimes misclick them because they aren't very distinctive for that reason.
The mouse buttons- They are really solid and I haven't had any issues with misclicks or anything like that.

What I didn't like(not much):
The mouse buttons on the right side of the mouse- I get it, they wanted this mouse to have an ambidextrous design. I can respect that, but it creates issues when I claw grip the mouse. For instance, I find that I accidentally click the buttons on the right side of the mouse when I am trying to claw grip it. My workaround so far has been to just disable those buttons in the software but it's annoying that I have to do that.

With that being said I have two suggestions for Razer for combating this problem:
1. Make the side buttons removable (like on the G Pro Wireless, reference picture included).
2. Make a right-handed only version. This one is less practical so I hope they do something like the first solution.

I still decided to give it 5/5 stars because it is just that good. The issue I have with it is pretty minor and I can live with it. But if Razer addressed it that would be awesome.

No doubt this mouse was created for e-sports. Right out of the box the mouse felt natural in my hand and keep in mind this is more for small to mid size hands and my hands are big. No humps, no weird feeling with my ring and pinky fingers, just a flat leveled mouse keeping your hand in natural comfort. Secondly, I was very I impressed with the weight. It's like a feather and it moves super fast and right on point. Unlike other mouses where there is a learning curve, this mouse felt right at home for me. I compared it to my Razer Lancehead TE and it just feels more natural in my hands. You won't need the synapse software, you can use it right out of the box, however if you want to customize it further more it won't work with Synapse 2. I tried but I got stuck using Synapse 3 which I don't like because it's super clunky and not friendly like Synapse 2. But believe me it's not a deal breaker. You will be happy and I just can't emphasize how comfy my hand feels by palm gripping it.

I need click consistency and perfect control, so far its all here 100%. No cliche here, if you were already dangerous in game this mouse will make you more so. If you are a beginner this mouse is a solid must. I would have loved to have this mouse 1,000's of hours ago in pubs. I think I will gladly wear this thing out until the next best model comes out. Recommend.

P.S. I almost always find some weird little quark in a mouse or keyboard that wasn't in the sale ad or photos, a quark that really annoys me. So far this mouse is quark free lol, no lie. Good stuff.

I've been on the quest for a light mouse. I've had a few now, with the last being a Logitech G305. Great mouse overall, but not without its caveats.

This one is the lightest and doesn't suffer from a hit in construction or feel as a result. It's vaguely shaped like a Deathadder with an ambidextrous twist and a slightly shallower profile. Comfortable, incredibly easy to maneuver, and the cable delivers on its drag-free promise. The switches are responsive and the buttons have the perfect level of tension. The sensor is smoooth and accurate. I have a 144Hz refresh rate monitor and the cursor is always where I want it.

Aesthetically, it's a nice touch that the Razer logo is entirely hidden until its illuminated, giving you a stealthy, branding-free look if that's what you're seeking.

I'd highly recommend this mouse and am very impressed by what it delivers at this price point!

I’ve gone through about 12 different mice in search of the perfect one. I have a really good feeling this might be the one I stick with for a while.

There’s a lot of things to love about this mouse.

Lightweight, the shape feels great, the sensor is top tier and no DPI button on the top is a HUGE plus for me. I play a lot of FPS games and it really irritates me when I accidentally hit the DPI shift and my sensitivity gets all out of whack.

I honestly have never played so well with a new mouse right off the bat. Well worth the buy!

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