Weighing just 58 grams, the Razer Viper V2 Pro is the company’s latest ultra-lightweight wireless competitive gaming mouse. Despite its size, this accessory is packed to the brim with cutting-edge technologies and designed hand-in-hand with feedback from esports professionals. You get improved battery life, a Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor and more.
What sets the Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor apart from its predecessors is not only the complete resolution accuracy of 99.8%, but also AI functionality, like Smart Tracking, Motion Sync and Asymmetric Cut-off for the ultimate performance at the highest levels of play. Plus, the Asymmetric Cut-off feature has been further enhanced to support up to 26 granular levels of height adjustment, enabling users to set a lift-off and landing distance that is tuned to their play style. Available now, priced at $149.99 USD.
- 58g Ultra-lightweight Design: One of the lightest esports mice ever created and offers a level of speed and control favored by the world’s top esports pros
- Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor: Best-in-class precision via flawless tracking performance on a wider variety of surfaces including glass
- Optical Mouse Switches Gen-3: Improved 90-million click lifecycle with zero double-clicking issues and 0.2ms actuation provides reliability and speed built for esports
- HyperSpeed Wireless: With a connection 25% faster than any other wireless tech available, enjoy high-performance, low-latency competitive play that remains smooth and stable even in noisy wireless environments (includes Speedflex USB Type C Cable for wired use)
- 80 Hour Battery Life: Ultra-lightweight and can run for up to 80 continuous hours
We carefully considered each gram of the Viper V2 Pro to ensure that, in exchange for a lower weight, it wasn’t at the cost of other features. We are not content with simply cutting down on weight here. Both esports professionals and the greater mouse community played a significant role in the development of the Viper V2 Pro, addressing their comments, whether they are about switch and sensor improvements or something as simple as optimizing the protrusion of the side buttons,” said Chris Mitchell, Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division.