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Basilisk v3: a surprisingly affordable Razer mouse!

Basilisk v3: a surprisingly affordable Razer mouse!

New mouse from Razer which announces its Basilisk v3, a new wired mouse. For this model, the brand innovates, especially in the wheel which seems to be disengageable. And of course, the brand adds more RGB!

Basilisk v3: lots of programmable buttons!

Razer Basilisk V3 Razer offers a new mouse for right-handed users. This new version focuses on a new “smart” wheel. Indeed, it offers several scrolling modes: tactile, intelligent and free. From what we can understand, it is disengageable just like the Logitech mouse. However, the intelligent mode allows automatic disengagement via software control.

Otherwise, this model features a total of 11 buttons that can be programmed, once again, via Synapse, the brand’s software suite. We will have something to bind macros and shortcuts everywhere on the mouse.

In terms of features, we have the right to an optical sensor Focus + capable of going up to 26 000 DPI. Of course, we can adjust it on the fly: 400/800/1600/3200/6400 DPI. The sensor can also withstand accelerations of 50 G. An internal memory is also present, it will allow the saving of 5 profiles.

We end this little tour by mentioning the presence of an ultra flexible cord of 1.8 m. Moreover, it is not a light mouse as it can be the trend nowadays, count 101 g without the cable. Finally, Razer highlights its many RGB lighting zones: 11.

For the price, count 79,99 € with an already effective availability. In addition, the warranty is two years.

Here is the technical data sheet from Razer!

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