personally, i considered myself as a casual gamer, but things get a little serious when it comes to “driving simulator” where i got to have a wheel, stick shift and pedals – clutch included, or else i won’t even touch the game. that said, i would imagine that some PC gamers would be as serious where a standard QWERTY keyboard layout ain’t going to cut it. this is where Razer Tartarus Expert Gaming Keypad will comes in handy – literally. billed as the successor to the Razer Nostromo, Tartarus boasts an improved ergonomic form factor and features 25 programmable keys, including an eight-way directional thumb pad. the thumb pad not only gives you more precision, but also doubles as modifier keys, multiplying the keyset count by eight – meaning a total of 128 different command options.

other features include unlimited macro lengths, unlimited game profiles, instantaneous switching between the eight key maps, full anti-ghosting, backlit keys, adjustable soft-touch wrist pad, braided fiber cable, and it is naturally, Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled for saving your custom profiles and sync (and update) them from anywhere in the world. the Razer Tartarus Expert Gaming Keypad is available now for $79.99. more product views after the break.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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