Razer BlackWidow

by Blogger ‎09-01-2010 11:34 AM - edited ‎09-01-2010 12:07 PM

Hey there Future Shoppers,

Glad to be on this blog. Hope that you find some good info here about Razer and all of our hot products. To kick things off, below is a write up on the newest set of keyboards from Razer – the Razer BlackWidow and the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate. Enjoy!

 

Whoever who said that keystroke response in gaming is secondary needs to have his street cred checked. Whether it involves lobbing a grenade or micro managing your inventory and ground units, every gamer needs to know that they can rely on their gear for the utmost precise reaction to their every move.

We've been exposed to other “gaming mechanical keyboards” but none have provided gamers with comfort or tactile precision with their stiff and unresponsive keys. Where most keyboards fail, this is where the Razer BlackWidow’s mechanical keys shine. The Razer BlackWidow’s full mechanical key architecture provides a distinctive and crisp tactile feedback that simulates the experience and precision of performing a mouse click, giving gamers an entirely new feel.

 

Gone are the days where gamers expend precious seconds to fully depress keys. With its defined clicks, your fingers will know exactly when the key command has been executed. The Razer BlackWidow gives you that extra fraction of a second for you to move on to your next key press which can be the difference between gunning down the opposition and being frag fodder. The keys on the Razer BlackWidow also noticeably take less effort to push, resulting in maximum comfort when you’re planning a Razer Venom-fueled gaming marathon.

 

The revolutionary Razer BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboard will be available in September 2010.  Also available in the same month is the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate, a step up from the original edition with the added features of individually backlit keys with 5 levels of lighting, 3.5” audio and microphone out jacks as well as an additional USB port.

 

 

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