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.

Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard

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.

Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard
Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard

All images courtesy of Razer.

Published by Mike

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