Razer expands its Periphery Line-up to include the Blackwidow keyboard, the Basilisk Essential Mouse and the Kraken Headset. All Products are now available through the Razer Store and are expected to be available in Retail stores in the second Quarter.

Razer Blackwidow

The Razer Blackwidow is equipped with the in-house green Mechanical Switches, which provide Audible and tactile feedback. The Manufacturer also promises optimized trigger and Rear-view Points. According to Razer, the double Sidewalls were improved and keystrokes Minimized. The Tister’s lifespan is given with 80 Million Keystrokes.

Each single Button is illuminated by the Razer Chroma RGB lighting, which represents 16.8 Million Colors and can be configured through the Synapse Software. Hypershift allows each Button to assign a Macro, it is also possible to assign a second Function to the Keys. The Keyboard also offers an N-Key Roll-Over with Anti-ghing and a Polling Rate of 1,000 Hz. Razer now sells the Blackwidow at a Price of 129.99 Euros via its own online store.

Razer Basilisk Essential

The Razer Basilisk Essential Mouse builds on the Basilisk (for the Test Report) and is therefore only suitable for Right-handers. The Manufacturer uses its own Switches, which are expected to have a Lifespan of up to 20 Million Clicks. At the Height of the Thumb there is a Side Button, which can be freely occupied and, for example, allows a quick DPI change.

The ICT 6,400 DPI sensor can detect Movements with an Acceleration of Up to 30G. The Razer logo can be staged in 16.8 Million Colors using chroma lighting. The 95 Gram Razer Basilisk Essential is now Commercially available for a non-binding Retail price recommendation of 49.99 Euros.

Razer Kraken

The Razer Kraken Headset replaces the Kraken Pro V2 And features Innovations such as Ear cups with integrated cooling Gel and an extra thick Headband Upholstery. Razer also wants to have improved the Microphone, which is supposed to better suppress noise.



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