Viper Mini Signature Edition is the lightest gaming mouse in the Razer line. Its weight is only 49 grams, which is 16% less than the previous record holder — the Viper V2 Pro model.

The body of the mouse is a magnesium alloy exoskeleton with a semi-hollow interior. “We wanted to push beyond the traditional honeycomb design, and this required a material with an outstanding strength-to-weight ratio,” said Razer’s Head of Industrial Design, Charlie Bolton. “After evaluating plastics, carbon fiber and even titanium, we ultimately chose magnesium alloy for its exceptional properties.”

Razer says the Viper Mini Signature Edition uses HyperSpeed Wireless and HyperPolling Wireless technology with a polling rate of 4000Hz, so it will be one of the most efficient wireless mice around.

The gadget contains a Razer Focus Pro 30K optical sensor (sensitivity up to 30,000 DPI) and third-generation optical switches with a life cycle of 90 million clicks. Maximum speed – 750 IPS, maximum acceleration – 70 G. 5 programmable buttons are available. You can also connect the mouse to a PC using a USB-C cable. The built-in battery is enough for about 60 hours of operation. A full charge takes less than 90 minutes.

The Viper Mini Signature Edition will be available exclusively at Razer‘s website starting February 11 for $279.