Posted February 10, 2017 by Dian Raval in Gaming

Behold, The Razer Black Widow Chroma V2

Computer gaming hardware titan, Razer, originally launched their Razer Black Widow mechanical keyboards back in 2010 and quickly became one of the most popular keyboards of choice for gamers. Since then, Razer went on to manufacture their own mechanical switches – the Razer Green and Razer Orange switch – and several other editions of the Razer Black Widow. But now, it’s as good a time as any for Razer to release the next iteration of their flagship keyboard brand.


This new and improved Razer Black Widow Chroma V2 comes with the new Razer Yellow mechanical switch, alongside Razer Green and Razer Orange. It’s linear and silent design aims at optimizing FPS and MOBA play. This new model also comes with detachable magnetic wrist perfect for gaming marathons and intense matches that tend to drag on too long. It’s also powered by Razer Chroma™ technology; individually backlit, fully customizable keys that you can synchronize across all your Chroma devices. If you were looking to up your keyboard game, the Razer Black Widow Chroma V2 would probably be your best bet.

RZR_BWChromaV2_V04Product features: 

 ·         Razer™ Mechanical Switches with 50 g actuation force (Green)

·         Razer™ Mechanical Switches with 45 g actuation force (Orange / Yellow)

·         80 million keystroke life span

·         Razer Chroma™ customizable backlighting with 16.8 million color options

·         Ergonomic magnetic wrist rest

·         Razer Synapse enabled

·         10 key roll-over anti-ghosting

·         Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording

·         Gaming mode option

·         USB pass-through

·         3.5 mm 4-pole audio pass-through jack

·         1000 Hz Ultrapolling

·         Braided fiber cable

You can pick this one up now at Razerzone.com or at your local computer hardware store starting at PHP 10,499. Click here for more information on the Razer Black Widow Chroma V2.

Dian Raval

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