Razer released the new versatile programmable Basilisk V3 gaming mouse

The Basilisk V3 features 10 + 1 programmable buttons, 11 individually programmable LED lights, a 26,000 DPI optical sensor and Razer’s 2nd generation optical switches.

Razer, which has almost become a lifestyle brand, has today released new blood from its core competency, the gaming mice. The company’s new Basilisk V3 represents the most customizable end of its gaming mice.

The Basilisk V3 is a gaming mouse designed for right-handed use, with a total of 11 programmable buttons, or 10 + 1 to borrow the company’s PR materials, of which +1 is a multifunctional trigger switch. Behind the main buttons are Razer’s own second-generation optical switches, which promise a switch time of 0.2 milliseconds and a durability of 70 million clicks.

The mouse’s movements are also monitored by the 26,000 DPI optical Focus + sensor, which represents the company’s own range. It is promised to be capable of a speed of 650 inches per second and 50 G accelerations at its best. The mouse can store five different profiles locally, which in addition to the DPI setting include mouse button configurations, among other things.

In addition to traditional scrolling, the Razer Hyperscroll Tilt Wheel on the top of the mouse offers tilting to the sides and its operating mode can be selected from three different options: tactile, free and smart. In tactile mode, the roller has noticeable notches, in free mode the roller rotates smoothly, and in intelligent mode utilizing Razer Synapse, the mouse switches from tactile mode to free and back based on scrolling speed.

Razer has also invested more vigorously in RGB lighting than usual, and the mouse features as many as 11 individually programmable LEDs that naturally support Chroma effects in supported games. According to the company, support is already built into more than 150 games.

The strategic dimensions of the Razer Basilisk V3 are 130 x 60 x 42.5 mm and 101 grams. The tail of the mouse is Razer’s old familiar Speedflex cable and does not support wireless mode. The recommended price of a mouse in Europe is 79.99 euros.

Source: Razer


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