Analysis: Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2, in TKL format
During the summer of this year, Razer finally presented his first keyboard TKL (TenKeyLess, without numeric keypad), the BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2 , and as always today we present our particular analysis to show you firsthand how it is this new peripheral of the brand and, of course, to tell you how it works.
Under the name of BlackWidow, this new Razer keyboard is basically a TKL version of the Chroma V2 BlackWidow that we analyzed recently , or in other words, cut to eliminate the numeric pad and thus make it shorter and more comfortable when used. to play, as we explained in our article on TKL keyboards.
The new Razer keyboard incorporates the switches that have called ITT (which mean instant trigger), which come to emulate the Cherry MX Speed ??(Silver) that have a very low range of performance and that, to this day , are the fastest mechanisms in the market. However, Razer will sell this keyboard equipped also with switches Green, Orange and Yellow, the latter of which we spoke in the first instance and have a trigger point of only 1.2 mm.
The BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2 comes with the characteristic reposa dolls of the full keyboard and that we already show you when we analyze the complete model, with magnetic anchor for the user’s comfort. Of course, as Chroma keyboard has RGB lighting configurable in 16.8 million colors, with different effects, profiles and ability to configure macros.
The new TKL keyboard from Razer is now available in its online store at a price of 149.99 euros, but will not reach the usual stores until, surely, Christmas this year. As always, we hope that our analysis you like and that you find it useful. To read it in full, you can access it by clicking on the following link:
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