No matter how great a gaming mouse is, there's always going to be some sort delay from when you click a button, to when your computer registers it. Razer is hoping to shave that delay a bit with its latest mouse, the Viper ($80), which uses optical switches instead of mechanical ones. When you click the Viper's left or right buttons, they trigger a shutter that crosses an infrared beam, which instantly sends a signal to your computer. The company also claims it'll reduce the bounce back effect that you get from some gaming mice, which makes it harder for your computer to detect rapid clicks.
The Razer Viper is probably the best esports mouse on the market right now from a pure performance perspective. Its light weight and ambidextrous design give it a huge bonus when it comes to accessibility, making it one of the overall best gaming mice on the market today, too.
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