Razer announces the DeathStalker Chroma keyboard

Razer announces the DeathStalker Chroma keyboard

The US maker of high-end gaming peripherals Razer has announced the launch of the new DeathStalker Chroma gaming keyboard that features fully programmable slim chiclet keycaps and three customizable backlighting zones.

The new keyboard packs a number of features that will ease gamers while playing. Thus the keys used require a travel distance of just 2 mm to actuate and there’s an ergonomic wrist that makes using this low profile keyboard a pleasure. In addition the DeathStalker Chroma comes with award-winning Razer Chroma lighting that includes three distinct lighting zones and various lighting effects from spectrum cycling, static, breathing and more to waving.

“The Razer DeathStalker Chroma is a chiclet style gaming keyboard unlike any other and a truly great addition to the Chroma range,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer CEO and Co-Founder. “The ultra-sleek form factor lets your fingers fly between each key, while the Chroma features allow you to express yourself with your hardware. Combined with the programmable features provided through Razer Synapse, gamers will receive what they’ve been waiting for.”

The new Razer DeathStalker Chroma keyboard measures 460 (18.1) x 214 (8.4) x 21.4 (0.84) mm/in. (L x W x H) and weighs about 1086 grams (0.84 pounds). The keyboard also comes with Razer Synapse enabled, 1000 Hz ultrapolling, a dedicated gaming mode, anti-ghosting capability for up to 10 simultaneous key presses, 16.8 million colors to choose from for the lighting effects and a fixed wrist rest.

The new gaming keyboard is available now and costs USD 99.99 or EUR 119.99 depending on where you live. These prices include taxes as well.

Source: Razer

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