The new Razer Basilisk V3 is full of lights, but it is its central wheel that makes it interesting, and not only for gamers
It looks like a very gamers mouse, but the Razer Basilisk V3 It comes with important changes that could also attract a much more general audience.
The most relevant of those changes for this new version of this device is on the mouse wheel, which now allows you to act in two different ways, something that we had already seen for example in the fantastic MX Master and that offers an infinite scroll mode which is especially attractive to those who love to scroll vertically through all kinds of documents and websites.
A wheel that turns a gaming mouse into a very useful one for browsing
The new Basilisk V3 integrates a new scroll wheel with the technology Razer HyperScroll. With it it is possible to access three modes: the first two are touch scrolling (more precision and granular control) and free spin (which automatically detects if we want to spin the wheel faster).
The third is the most interesting: it is the displacement free spin, which is the perfect infinite scroll mode to navigate quickly and therefore also guides this model to professional users and not so gamers (or who use the same mouse for both scenarios).
Razer’s new mouse, which is wired and connects via the USB-A port, has a set of 10 programmable buttons to which is added another customizable profile change button under the mouse. With these buttons it is possible to configure quick access to all kinds of game functions.
There are also major changes to the lighting system, which now has 11 differentiated Razer Chroma zones and a glow that spreads across the entire bottom.
Inside we have the Razer Focus + optical sensor up to 26,000 DPI, and it has smart functions such as the so-called “Asymmetric Cut-Off” that allows users to customize their mouse hovering and landing distance when moving it on any surface.
The Razer Basilisk V3 is out now, and its recommended price is 79.99 euros.
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