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Razer Viper Mouse Review - Razer Viper Mouse Review
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Razer was founded in 1998, after hearing about many user's experiences with crappy mice. Razer sought out to bring the best to the consumer, and it's first product was the Boomslang 1000. You may remember it, as the best mouse out at the time, but with a ball. While other manufacturers were going optical, Razer stuck to the ball mouse because it offered better precision for gamers, as optical technology was fairly new. New products were being developed by Razer, which offered more and more precision while sticking with the ball mouse. Just recently, Razer has introduced a new mouse, the Viper, which uses an optical lens for tracking and from a company who is serious about precision, may just be the next best mouse.
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