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Patriot Viper V570 Blackout RGB Gaming Mouse and Pad Review

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Posted November 30, 2017 by Josh Jackson in Peripherals

Overview

Hardware:
 
Manufacturer:
 
Price at time of Review: $59.99 and $39.99 on Amazon
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Excellent Build Quality, Great Feel for Claw-Grip Users, Button Spacing and Placement is Well Designed, Top Tier Performance and Aesthetics
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Mouse Pad is pretty pricey for the amount of Lighting Features
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Viper offers an extremely solid and compelling option in the gaming mouse realm, but the competitive market makes it hard to stand out. The mouse pad is a bit too pricey to compete with more robust or budget oriented options.
by Josh Jackson
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Specifications and Packaging

Looks like we get to go the Laser sensor route this time around. I have to say, it feels like it’s getting very hard to distinguish which sensor type works better, especially since DPI levels are so high. We have some other good features in the adjustable weighting system, the RGB lighting, and the Omron switches, but these are typical things you find in gaming mice these days.

FEATURES:
• Xtreme Precision Laser Sensor
• Up to 12,000 DPI
• Multi-zone customizable RGB LED management
• Advance MMO+FPS all-in-one ergonomics
• RGB customizable profiles
• 13 programmable macro keys
• Ceramic foot pads for maximum performance
• DPI LED indicator
• Adjustable weights of up to 34.2g
• Zero Delay

SPECIFICATIONS:
• 8000 DPI hardware/12000 DPI software
• Light source: Laser
• IPS: 150
• Polling rate: 1000Hz
• Switch: Omron (10M clicks)
• Sensor: Avago ADNS-9800
• Controller: Sonix

Packaging is pretty standard for both products. I prefer to see slide boxes with foam encasing, but the box art looks really nice regardless.

Inside packaging looks great too. The mouse has a bit more of a toy box feel than the pad does, but both products are fairly secure inside.

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One Comment


  1.  

    This mouse looks dope. I love RGB. I have alienware and it has some of the best color combination.





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