Razer enters uncharted territory with a new range of PC peripherals
Be the envy of your coworkers with these new office peripherals
Razer, the Taiwanese stalwarts of the gaming peripheral industry recently announced their new range of peripherals, with a bit of a twist; they’re all purported to be deadly quiet, and are poised towards more of an office-type of consumer rather than the gamers out there. We’re typing this on an extremely clicky Blackwidow V3 Mini, and much to the annoyance of our colleagues, each keypress can be echoed across the office, and indeed the known universe. So, having a solution for those who enjoy using mechanical keyboards with a clean aesthetic is catered for with the new Razer Pro Type Ultra Keyboard, which is equipped with Razer Yellow Linear mechanical switches in addition to having some sort of foam padding on the keyboard to keep it ultra-quiet. In addition to this, it also comes with a wrist rest, which is always a welcome addition. With several methods of connectivity, this device is clearly poised towards those people who are using the Razer Book. This keyboard is full-sized and is poised to be priced at $159.99.
In addition to this is the Razer Pro Click Mini, which is a rather discrete mouse, if it was not for the Razer logo, we couldn’t have been able to tell if it was a Razer product or not. Powered by two AA batteries, Razer boasts that the Pro Click Mini could last up to 725 hours on Bluetooth, and 465 hours on a 2.4ghz connection, using the included dongle, it uses Razer Hyperspeed technology, so it might not even be the worst mouse for gaming, too. The Razer Pro Click Mini will be retailing for $79.99. Finally, we have the Razer Pro Glide XXL mouse mat, which is definitely pretty huge, considering that it is sporting a width of over 14-inches. There’s not much else to say aside from that it comes in the same drab, grey look that the rest of this series of peripherals come in at, and is priced at $29.99.
They’re not the most exciting peripherals we’ve ever seen in the world, but that’s the point. This is Razer reaching for a brand-new market that has previously been out of their reach, and with the slick designs of the Razer silent office range, you could definitely get your money’s worth, as Razer do make excellent PC peripherals, we can’t wait to see if they decide to go full Logitech and release all kinds of strange and arcane Mice. They’re all available for purchase right now.
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