Soon after updating its line of Blade notebooks with the new GeForce RTX 3000 from Nvidia, Razer now announces a new gaming mouse, the Razer Viper 8KHz. It promises to be the fastest mouse in the world thanks to Razer HyperPolling technology.
Razer HyperPolling is a technology from the company that enhances the USB controller of the Viper 8KHz. Enabling its polling rate to reach no less than 8,000Hz, eight times more than the standard 1,000Hz of other mice on the market. In practice, this means that the new peripheral is capable of sending commands to the computer 8,000 times per second, instead of 1,000 times from the competition.
We get an ambidextrous design here. But the switches were upgraded with the arrival of the company’s second generation of optical switches. The sensor, which is now the Focus+, with a maximum DPI of 20,000. To manage the settings of the accessory, we also have the Razer Synapse 3, through which profiles can be defined and the colors of the RGB lighting controlled.
Razer Viper 8KHz Technical specifications
- Design: True-Ambidextrous
- Connection: Wire – Speedflex Cable
- Maximum speed (IPS): 650
- Sensor: Focus+ optical
- Maximum Sensitivity (DPI): 20,000
- Maximum acceleration (G): 50
- Buttons: 7 + 1 programmable
- Dimensions: 126.73 mm x 57.6 mm x 37.81 mm
- Weight: 71g