Razer's low-latency Basilisk rats

Keeping the signal transmission low in wireless mice is especially important in games. The new Razer Basilisk player offers low latency in two different segments of mice.


Razer's low-latency Basilisk rats

Keeping the signal transmission low in wireless mice is especially important in games. The new Razer Basilisk player offers low latency in two different segments of mice.

Razer recently announced a low-latency wireless mini-headset for gamers, adding two more low-latency members to the Basilisk mouse family this week.

The first is the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed. The Basilisk X HyperSpeed has a 6-key structure and 16000DPI sensitivity. The HyperSpeed technology, which offers very low latencies over the 2.4GHz band, has also named the mouse.

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It can also be used via Bluetooth. One AA battery can be used for 12 days via RF and 19 days via Bluetooth. The Basilisk X HyperSpeed has a $ 60 price tag.

Razer Basilisk Ultimate is a bit more flagship. Using the 20000DPI sensor from the Viper Ultimate , Basilisk Ultimate does not offer Bluetooth. 11 keys and optical mouse keys minimize delays and wear-resistant.

You can save your profiles on up to five mice. The mouse with optional cable supports Chrome RGB lighting. Since the battery uses 4GHz band, it offers 100 hours of use. The Razer Basilisk Ultimate model is $ 150 but it’s $ 170 if you want an extra dock. The dock has a $ 50 price tag separately.

https://www.engadget.com/2019/11/06/razer-basilisk-ultimate-and-x-hyperspeed-gaming-mice/


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