The Basilisk Hyperspeed X mounts a 16000 DPI sensor with a 450 IPS tracking speed. The battery life is aimed around 450 hours in Bluetooth mode or 285 hours in the more responsive Hyperspeed mode. The mechanical switches are rated to last for 50 million clicks and there are six programmable buttons. The Basilisk Hyperspeed X goes without an RGB colour setup in order to preserve the battery life.
The Basilisk Ultimate rolls up with a 20000 DPI sensor and a 650 IPS tracking speed. The Ultimate also includes a charging station and can be used with an optional USB cable as well, so its battery life of around 100 hours is less of a concern. This allows it to mount a 14 point RGB LED lighting system because if you’re going all-in on a gaming mouse why leave anything out.
The Basilisk Ultimate has eleven programmable buttons, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, customisable wheel resistance and optical mouse switches rated for 70 million clicks. The Ultimate weighs in at 107g which is surprisingly low for a wireless mouse with such a comprehensive set of features under the hood.
The Razer Basilisks are available now.