Razer releases the Tartarus Chroma gaming keypad

Razer releases the Tartarus Chroma gaming keypad

The US manufacturer of high-end gaming hardware peripherals Razer has released the new Tartarus Chroma gaming keypad. The novelty comes with tons of options and a really interesting design that may appeal to gamers.

The new Tartarus Chroma offers 25 anti-ghosted, fully programmable keys, plus an 8-way thumb-pad for complete control and maneuverability. The new keypad also offers customizable lighting that includes no less than 16.8 million different colors, an adjustable wrist-rest that can be angled for maximum comfort, support for Razer Synapse and more. Finally the 8-way directional thumb-pad can also act as modifier keys.

Unfortunately there’s no information on how much the new Tartarus Chroma costs.

Source: Razer

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