Razer intros Nostromo gaming keypad

The new Nostromo gaming keypad was co-developed with the help of Belkin and is designed to give gamers tournament-grade controls, extreme customizability and maximum comfort.

The Razer Nostromo has a soft-touch rubberized wrist pad, that helps to reduces hand fatigue and wrist strain during the long gaming sessions. It includes 16 fully programmable Hyperesponse keys, designed for intuitive access,   keymaps that you can switch between on the fly, and an 8-way directional thumb pad, engineered for “rapid key actuation and crisp response.”

Razer Nostromo gaming keypad


The programmable directional thumb, allows to be  used either for movement or as modifier keys to access auxiliary commands. The keypad supports up to twenty gaming profiles and included all-new configurator software, which enable gamers to conveniently customize all the button and to program sophisticated macros of unlimited length.

The Nostromo is now available for $69.99 / €69.99.

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