Razer has just announced a new product of its Basilisk gaming mouse. Dubbed the Basilisk V3 Pro, the shape and layout of the V3 Pro are pretty much similar to the regular V3, with its claw-formed style and 11 programmable inputs, and consists of some of the hardware improvements that we saw with the normal Basilisk V3 — specifically Razer’s new optical switches, RGB underglow, and a scroll wheel that can dynamically change amongst tactile and no cost-spin modes primarily based on how speedy you spin it. The V3 Professional also provides a couple of new updates by together with wireless connectivity and a much more potent 30K DPI sensor. The release of the V3 Professional also delivers with it Razer’s new wi-fi charging dock, which adds possibilities for wi-fi charging and a 4K Hz polling rate in excess of wi-fi.
We had been launched to Razer’s 4K Hz wireless polling know-how last month with the ultralight Deathadder V3 Pro and its optional $30 dongle, and now Razer is bringing that exact same tech to the Basilisk V3 Pro. But once more, you will only get that feature if you buy the different charging dock for $69.99. The charging dock will come with a magnetic puck which is put in the base of the mouse and will feel immediately acquainted to anybody that’s applied Logitech’s Powerplay units. This enables the mouse to securely attach alone to the dock for charging even though not in use and even enables the V3 Pro to charge applying other Qi-suitable charging resources.
The charging dock is nonetheless a thoroughly optional accent, many thanks to the addition of Bluetooth connectivity to the usual 2.4Ghz wireless dongle that will come with the Basilisk V3 Professional. Razer even introduced its Hyperspeed multi-gadget guidance to the V3 Professional, letting it to share a dongle with any of your current Hyperspeed appropriate equipment.
The Basilisk V3 Pro and the charging dock are available in a variety of configurations and cost details. The standalone mouse is priced at $159.99 but can be purchased as a bundle with the charging dock for $199.99. The charging dock on its own expenditures $69.99 and will come with its very own charging puck, but you can also order the puck by itself for $19.99 if you want a replacement. The mouse and all of its extras are obtainable on the Razer storefront beginning these days and will become readily available to other sellers later on this thirty day period.