Razer Viper Mini Ultralight Gaming Mouse US$28 (~A$39.98) + Free Priority Shipping @ GeekBuying

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Back again with the popular Razer Viper Mini on sale again. Featuring a 61g ultra-light design, 8500 DPI optical sensor, 6 programmable buttons, on-the-fly adjustable DPI, on-board memory profiles, Razer Chroma RGB underglow and Razer Synapse 3 enabled. See here for a size comparison between other popular mice.

Next on sale is the high end Tronsmart Apollo Bold True Wireless earphones that has received a 4 1/2 star review by Scarbir. It features the new high end Qualcomm QCC5124 chipset providing aptX codec support, Active Noise Cancelling, improved phone call quality and improved energy efficiency with an impressive battery life of up to 9 hours with ANC off and up to 4 hours with ANC on.

Other features include Bluetooth 5.0, charging case, IP45 water/dust resistance, mono/stereo support, touch gesture controls, audio/video syncing, 3 ear sized tips, and app support providing firmware updates, equaliser settings, change touch gestures and more.

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate at time of posting. Free Priority Shipping available for Australian orders.


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  • Got one of these recently, excellent mouse.

  • Gets a +1 from me for being ambidextrous. Razer are one of the companies that actually makes mice for left-mousers.

    • i mean theres plenty, most famous one is Zowie FK mouse

    • Yes. being left-handed my staple is a Logitech m337. It's hard being left-handed in a right-handed world.

    • The viper mini, unlike the viper and viper ultimate, has buttons only at the left side though. Hence, although the shape is ambidextrous, can left-mousers actually utilise the buttons?

      • Depends on where they’re located, but generally speaking I don’t have much trouble with side buttons. It’s no worse than when I’ve had to use a mouse right-handed and which sports buttons on both sides. I tend to have the most problems with thumb buttons on either side, for some reason my grip with both hands seems to activate them unnecessarily and I end up disabling them in software.

    • Why won't you use your right hand for the mouse (I assume)? I'm left handed and use my right hand for mouse controlling.

      • likewise, after a while I just got used to it

        • I’m actually the opposite, I’m a righty who swapped. After years of I.T. work & gaming I felt the beginning twinges of RSI creeping in and didn’t particularly feel enamoured with the idea of surgery later in life, so I thought it would be better to balance out the wear & tear. It took a while to adjust but now it’s natural, and I’m even to the point where it feels odd to mouse with my right. All the staff at work dislike it when I set up a new workstation because I unconsciously set up the mouse on the left now and then forget to switch.

  • bought one recently, very good mouse for the price. extremely light weight. good for claw or fingertip grip for average sized hands or palm for smaller hands.

  • Is there a strore where I can try all these different razor mouse? :-/ JB hifi doesn’t seem to have them on display

  • Just missed out on the apollo deal, ordered on the 29th :(

  • Mouse is now $41.11