A new, sober and reduced option.
Most Razer products are aimed at players, both for their more eye-catching designs and dedicated features. However, the company has just introduced a new keyboard, BlackWidow Lite, which is a tenkeyless version of its most popular keyboard, designed for an audience that is looking for a product to play and also to work. For this, he has opted for a more sober design and has left behind the RGB backlighting (although he keeps a white one). Although many users will value the extra space provided by the absence of the numeric pad, any accountant or programmer who boasts will miss it.
Regarding the specifications, the first thing we found is that under the keys are hidden Orange switches from Razer itself, which have a "tactile" and silent profile, with an acting force of 45 grams, 4 mm of travel, an operating point of 1.9 mm and a reset ratio of 0.05 mm. In other words, they are the Razer version of Cherry MX Brown switches with a more adjusted action point. According to Razer, the BlackWidow Lite has a matt aluminum housing, a twisted cable, 10-key anti-ghosting, a game mode that disables the Windows key or the Alt + Tab and a system of programming macros on the fly. It is now available for 100 euros. By the way, if you do not know what are the mechanical keyboards, we remind you that a few months ago we taught you how to choose your perfect keyboard to play.