The Razer Viper Ultimate wireless mouse, which includes an RGB charging dock, is down to $129.99 at Best Buy. The mouse normally sells for around $150, and it rarely drops from that price. In fact, the only other deal we've ever seen since this mouse was released last year was a drop to $120 back in January. Chances are this price will expire soon, so grab it while you can.
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Uses Razer's HyperSpeed tech for low latency and interference reduction. Weighs only 74g and has adjustable 20K DPI optical sensor so perfect for competitive gaming. Switches use light beam actuation. Ambidextrous. Comes with RGB charging dock.
$150.00 $20 off
As mentioned, this is the wireless version of the Viper. If you are interested in the Viper lineup but want a wired mouse, the Viper wired is also on sale today. Get it for just $59.99 compared to its regular price of $80 at Best Buy. (This is my mouse right now and I really like it.)
Read the Windows Central review of the Viper Ultimate, which gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 and a Recommended badge. The review said this is a mouse "that is both wireless, and performs to the highest of standards that even the professional gamers can be happy with. It's a truly remarkable product."
The Viper Ultimate wireless mouse uses Razer's proprietary HyperSpeed technology. This is a feature designed to give you the best possible wireless connection with extremely low latency and no interference from other signals. You won't even notice a delay between when you move the mouse and when your cursor on screen moves.
Plus, the mouse only weighs about 74g. That's amazingly lightweight, which makes it perfect for competitive gaming and esports. Your reactions will actually improve just because of how smoothly the mouse flows in your hands. It also uses a 20,000 DPI otpical sensor that you can adjust yourself.
The Viper has an ambidextrous design so it's good for both right and left handed gamers. There are programmable buttons on either side of the mouse. You can use the Razer Synapse software to reconfigure all the buttons and create complex macro functions.
The mouse's battery lasts for up to 70 hours. You'll only have to charge it about once a week. When you do go to charge it, use the included charging dock. This dock is powered by Razer Chroma, which means it has fully customizable RGB lighting along the outer edge. It's also capable of fast charging and gives you five hours of playtime for a 10 minute charge.
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