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We're now well and truly into the Lightweight phase of gaming mice. And with the new Razer Viper Ultimate the renown hardware maker is staking a claim for the creation of the world's most advanced lightweight wireless device. Or more specifically, featherweight gaming mouse that don't need no wires bro. As our esteemed hardware guru Nathan Lawrence might put it.

Not that he would, it's just that via this review we now know that he's a peripheral gym rat - one of those old timers that likes to get a pump in by adding weights to their mouse - as to flex whilst ripping and tearing through enemies.

Ahem. A snippet from his review.
What Logitech started with the Logitech G900 – where wireless play is comparable to wired performance – is continued with the Razer Viper Ultimate. Speaking of the G900, it’s long been my faithful fragging companion since release. And while it took me a while to divorce my mouse hand from the feel of the G900, I don’t think I’ll be going back after falling in love with the Viper Ultimate.

If you like your mice light, then the Razer Viper Ultimate should float to the very top of your wishlist. Compare an incredibly light 74g to the 107g weight of my G900 comparison mouse (the wired Razer Viper comes in lighter at 69g), it’s sturdy and responsive thanks to the comfortable textured grips. In fairness, I prefer the heft of my G900 – I’m one of those gamers who used to add the optional weights to my older Logitech mice like a gym rat setting up some dumbbells.

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