Razer is synonymous with gaming, but productivity? Not so much, well, unless you count broadcast equipment as ‘productivity’ peripherals. Then, Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard came along. If I am not mistaken, this is the first keyboard that the publicly traded gaming lifestyle company has designed with work and play in mind. Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard is a mechanical keyboard with the unmistakable Razer design, but with a dose of seriously lend to it. Razer described it as having “a sleek, minimalistic profile” that will fit professional environment.
It features Razer Orange Mechanical Switches with near-silent, tactile feedback for “best typing experience possible” without making ding. Fast and furious keyboard users will be glad that each mechanical switch is tested to last up to 80-freaking-million strokes. In other words, Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard will likely to outlast your career as a keyboard warrior. Here’s a summary of what this handsome keyboard has to offer:
• Razer Orange Mechanical Switches – silent and tactile for discreet typing
• 80-million-keystroke lifespan
• Individually white backlit keys to stay productive even in low light conditions
• Included o-rings and keycap puller
• Razer Synapse 3 enabled
• Detachable braided fiber cable with strap
• 10-key rollover with anti-ghosting
• Gaming mode option to disable windows key and alt+tab
• Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording
• 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling
• Aluminum matte top plate
• Instant Trigger Technology for the fastest typing response times
The Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard is available now from Razer.com, as well as select stores worldwide in exchange for $89.99 of your hard earned money.
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