Razer just showed off its ridiculously tiny gaming mouse, unlike any the brand has released. The famous gaming accessory maker’s Viper Mini Signature model weighs a mere 49 grams, which is lighter than its predecessor in the Viper V2 Pro.
Self-proclaimed to be “the best lightweight performance gaming mouse,” the sleek piece of desktop gear is based around a magnesium alloy exoskeleton, making it impressively durable above all else. The brand notes that, in contrast to the oft-executed honeycomb mice, the Viper Mini’s design can lessen its final weigh-in without settling for the typically flimsy composition. Razer goes on to assure the zero-tolerance quality-control guarantees its latest is practically indestructible. If this isn’t enough to convince you, its 90-million click lifecycle should be.
To help further persuade gamers this is the perfect mouse for them, the gadgeteer implements and undeniably sleek look, rivaling similar premium accessory brands’ flagship mice options. The right-handed-configured mouse can be connected using Razer’s HyperSpeed Wireless tech or the included USB-C cable. Battery-wise, the Viper Mini can last as long as 60 hours on a full charge — that’s over two full days’ worth of playing time.
Razer’s Viper Mini Signature Gaming Mouse will be available on the tech brand’s webshop starting February 11 for $280.