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And by lightweight they mean it as the new Razer Viper is the company's lightest mouse ever - weighing in at 69g. Designed in collaboration with esports professionals, the Viper also features the new Razer Optical Mouse Switches to go along with the excellent optical 5G sensor seen in recent releases.

There’s been a recent trend that we’ve noticed with mice designed specifically for competitive gaming, namely first-person titles like Overwatch, Counter-Strike, and Rainbow Six Siege. And that is a need to go light, super-light. If you were to pick up the mouse it’d almost be like holding the plastic shell, a prototype or display model that doesn’t contain any hardware. The new Razer Viper falls into this category, a lightweight offering from the hardware maker that weighs in at a feather-weight 69 grams.

In addition to shedding all that excess weight the new Razer Viper also manages to pack in some notable features that one would expect to find in a mouse designed for gaming. A powerful and reliable sensor, durable clicking and response, and the ability to customise buttons and other settings.

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