Razer Tartarus membrane gaming keypad


razer-tartarusWhen it comes to gaming peripherals, those of you out there who want to bring your game to the next level would also look towards the kind of hardware that you use. The combination of man and machine, when done right, can be quite the exhilarating experience, and when your gaming skills are limited by the kind of hardware that you use, perhaps it is time to explore new avenues and drop old “friends” (speaking of peripherals here) who have served you well in the past, but are unable to keep up with your new pace of development and growth right now. Razer knows this, which is why they have rolled out newer versions of their gaming hardware from time to time, and the Razer Tartarus membrane gaming keypad would be the latest release which is said to offer gamers the kind of precision, speed, control and comfort that they are looking for.

The Razer Tartarus membrane gaming keypad has been specially developed with ergonomic comfort and infinite customization options in mind. It will continue from where the widely popular and award-winning Razer Nostromo left off, boasting an increasingly comfortable form factor and 25 programmable keys that will include an eight-way directional thumb pad. The thumb pad itself enables gamers to move with an added increase in precision, all the while functioning as modifier keys, which will further multiply the keyset count by eight, delivering 128 different command options in all, now how about that?

You will also be able to take advantage of unlimited macro lengths and unlimited game profiles, all the while enjoying the ability to switch between 8 key maps instantaneously. The Razer Tartarus boasts of full anti-ghosting and backlit keys so that you will be able to thrive in any gaming environment, even with all the lights turned off. Expect the Razer Tartarus to be available from today onwards for $79.99 in the US and €79.99 across the pond.

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