Razer releases the BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma keyboard

Razer releases the BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma keyboard

Razer is a brand name that is rather popular among gamers – the US company makes high quality headphones, keyboards, mice and the like, all designed for hardcore gaming. Quite naturally Razer releases a number of new products in a single year so that gamers can always have the best gaming hardware there is.

We do not know Razer’s exact plans for this year but now we are getting a new Razer keyboard, named BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma. As expected the new company product is full of new features and we will dwell on them here. The first thing that you get and that can be seen in the product’s name is Razer’s Chroma software that goes along with this keyboard. Speaking of it, expect to find Razer Mechanical Switch keys that can sustain up to 60 million presses with no problems at all. In addition the BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma lacks the numeric keypad, which makes the keyboard a tenkeyless model. This, in fact, is the first tenkeyless Razer keyboard with Chroma software behind. The device also has backlit keys with support for up to 16.7 million different colors and you can even program the keys to change colors in case a certain event takes place. Cool!

The rest of the specs are not that exciting – in a few words apart from Chroma you get the same BlackWidow Tournament Edition keyboard that was launched some time ago. The keyboard also includes a 1.8-meter USB cable to connect it to your gaming PC and a nice carrying case to put it in while on the go.

The new Razer keyboard is available now for USD 139.99 and this price includes the aforementioned carrying case.

Source: Razer

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