The Razer Viper Ultralight ambidextrous wired gaming mouse is down to $59.99 on Amazon from its regular $80 price. This matches a low price tha we have only started to see recently. The Viper came out around August last year, so it didn't even start dropping in price until the Christmas shopping season. Since then it has dropped this low a couple times, but it's still a match for the lowest ever for a relatively new product. The last time we shared a deal on the Viper was early January. You can find it going for this price at other retailers like Best Buy.
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Great for gamers. Ultra lightweight at 69G. Has high-precision 16K DPI optical sensor. Uses light beam-based actuation for speed of light button presses and absolute control. Ambidextrous. Customizable Chroma RGB lighting. Eight programmable buttons.
$80.00 $20 off
The Viper weighs only 69G, which is why it's called ultralight. That low weight gives you so much more control over the mouse as you use it, letting you increase your precision. It also uses an adjustable 16K DPI sensor, which is perfect for serious gamers.
You'll also find this mouse uses a new sort of Razer technology in the buttons. The optical mouse switches use light beam based actuation so you can literally register your clicks at the speed of light. There's no hesitation in these buttons, so you get the ultimate response time to every action you take.
The design of the Viper makes it great for both right-handed and left-handed gamers. It's fully accessible with programmable buttons on either side. The lighting is powered by Razer Chroma, too, so you can customize the colors and sync it with other Razer gear (and some third parties like Philips Hue light bulbs). Use the Razer Synapse 3 software to fully customize the lighting and all eight programmable buttons.
This mouse is super durable, too, with the ability to withstand up to 70 million clicks. Users give it 4.6 stars out of 5 based on 840 reviews.
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