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Razer Introduces New Mechanical Keyboard Suitable For The Office

Razer Introduces New Mechanical Keyboard Suitable For The Office

by Raja IdrisNovember 3, 2021
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When it comes to looks, Razer’s products aren’t exactly minimalistic. To putting them far away from that idea, they’ve recently introduced a new mechanical keyboard and mouse that would fit right in with your office environment.

Razer Pro Type Ultra

Razer Pro Type Ultra

As you can see from the image, the new keyboard comes with a white and grey finish as well as white LED lighting. This is different from the usual Razer Chroma RGB that they’re famous for.

For connectivity, it uses Bluetooth and the company’s HyperSpeed Wireless technology to connect wirelessly. Should you want to use it with a cable or charge it, there is a cable provided for that. They claim that the keyboard can last more than 200 hours, albeit without the lighting switched on.

When it comes to switches, the keyboard utilizes Razer’s Linear Yellow mechanical switches, which they claim to be “quieter” than usual keyboards that you usually hear in the office. There’s also a wrist rest provided as well, should you need it.

Razer Pro Click

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Accompanying the keyboard is the Razer Pro Click mouse, should you want a perfect match for it. The mouse comes with Razer’s 5G optical sensor and offers up to 12,000 DPI. If you aren’t a fan of battery-powered devices, well bad news as the mouse requires two AA batteries to power it up.

They did however claim that it can last up to 725 hours on Bluetooth and up to 465 hours through 2.4GHz connection.

If you are interested in getting them, the Razer Pro Type Ultra costs RM719 and RM359 for the Pro Click. While the latter is already available for orders, the keyboard is still in its pre-order state and will ship from the 19th of November 2021. You can check out more details on their website right here.

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Pokdepinion: Appearance wise, I think it looks sleek (the keyboard) at least. Not too sure on the switch however. It has been a long time since I’ve used one of their switches. For the mouse, I’m not too fond of it just because of the AA batteries..

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.