The Basilisk V3 Pro gaming mouse packs all of Razer’s bells and whistles for $199.99
In a nutshell: The Basilisk V3 Pro is Razer’s most feature-rich and superior mouse thus far. This new wi-fi mannequin seems fairly just like the usual, $100 cheaper Basilisk V3. However, the sensor has been upgraded from the already insane 26K DPI Focus+ to the 30K Focus Pro that is inside Razer’s just lately launched DeathAdder V3 Pro. The newest Basilisk additionally options minor enhancements elsewhere, together with newer switches, extra RGB underglow, and a 4,000Hz polling charge possibility.
On its personal, the brand new Razer Basilisk V3 Pro prices $159.99. While that is nonetheless a fairly hefty sum, avid gamers with cash burning a gap of their pocket can look in direction of the $199.99 mouse + wi-fi charging dock bundle for the final word Razer gaming mouse expertise. This new optionally available accent, known as the Mouse Dock Pro, prices $69.99 if bought individually and permits the Basilisk V3 Pro to unleash its full potential.
The wi-fi dock comes with a magnetic puck that matches beneath the mouse and lets it securely match/cost on the dock, or some other Qi-compatible charging supply. If you someway occur to lose the detachable, magnetic puck, Razer will promote you a alternative for $19.99. Moreover, the dock has a built-in transceiver that permits the mouse to achieve a polling charge of 4,000Hz.
Razer beforehand supplied this function on the just lately launched DeathAdder V3 Pro by way of the optionally available $29 HyperPolling wi-fi dongle. The latter accent will also be used with this mouse.
As for the Basilisk V3 Pro itself, this new mannequin options Razer’s Gen-3 optical switches, 13-zone Chroma RGB underglow lighting, a 4-way HyperScroll tilt wheel with notched and free-spinning modes, 11 programmable buttons, Bluetooth and HyperSpeed Wireless assist (with multi-device connectivity), in addition to wired enter by way of Razer’s Speedflex Type C cable.
Battery life is formally rated at as much as 90 hours over Razer HyperSpeed connectivity. However, as with the DeathAdder V3 Pro, count on a noticeable penalty when you’ve enabled the 4K Hz polling charge.
At 112g, the right-handed Basilisk V3 Pro is 11g heavier than the older, wired mannequin, and can also be forward by way of monitoring velocity (750 ips vs 650 ips), max acceleration (70G vs 50G) and has a better swap lifecycle of 90 million clicks vs. 70 million on the usual Basilisk V3. The new mannequin is at the moment accessible on Razer’s official web site and can develop into extra extensively accessible later this month.