Friday, April 17th 2015

Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma Keyboard Now Available

Razer announced availability of its flagship compact gaming keyboard, the BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma. It's essentially a BlackWidow Tournament Edition, the company's popular numpad-free mechanical gaming keyboard, but the company's swanky new Chroma multi-color key backlit system. The Chroma system, configurable using Razer Synapse software, lets you color-code individual keys over the full RGB palette, and even lets certain games color-code them for you (eg: cop-chases in GTA V cause the function keys to flash police strobe lights). Under the hood, the BlackWidow features Razer's in-house designed mechanical switches, designed for over 60 million keystrokes. Available now in US and Canada, exclusive to Best Buy and Razer Zone, the Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma is priced at US $140.
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16 Comments on Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma Keyboard Now Available

#1
mroofie
$140 :0 That's just ridiculous
(Can buy a 750 Ti with that price or amd equivalent)
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#2
cheesy999
mroofie$140 :0 That's just ridiculous
(Can buy a 750 Ti with that money or amd equivalent)
You can't type with a 750Ti
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#3
mroofie
cheesy999You can't type with a 750Ti
:slap:
But I can play with a 750 ti so there's that :nutkick:

:peace:
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#4
Chaitanya
from those press photos, this keyboard will induce epileptic seizures.
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#5
Dave65
Over priced and over hyped products!
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#6
mroofie
Dave65Over priced and over hyped products!
THank you !!

Take this Gold Medal


:D
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#7
micropage7
and its not a full keyboard, so it should have a discount $50
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#8
mroofie
micropage7and its not a full keyboard, so it should have a discount $50
Lol Wow just saw that now o_O
BIG THANKS :)
Razor can take this keyboard and shove it up their *** :roll:
FourstaffUSD140 is actually a decent price for people who want discolight keyboards. Alternatives are quite a bit more pricey.
This why we cant have nice things ;)
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#9
Fourstaff
USD140 is actually a decent price for people who want discolight keyboards. Alternatives are quite a bit more pricey.
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#10
GreiverBlade
Dave65Over priced and over hyped products!
well, a upgraded Razer product is still a Razer product ... and imho a pure p.o.s, and i got quite my lot of Razer, testing for myself and for friends ... who are, all without exception, grateful to me that i recommended them another brand with a equivalent product and a lower price (not mentioning better quality too... )

ie: if i want a good TKL keyboard i would rather take a Roccat Ryos TKL Pro than a BW Chroma
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#11
Dave65
GreiverBladewell, a upgraded Razer product is still a Razer product ... and imho a pure p.o.s, and i got quite my lot of Razer, testing for myself and for friends ... who are, all without exception, grateful to me that i recommended them another brand with a equivalent product and a lower price (not mentioning better quality too... )

ie: if i want a good TKL keyboard i would rather take a Roccat Ryos MK TKL than a BW Chroma
Agreed, been there done that with their crap products!
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#12
Dave65
mroofieTHank you !!

Take this Gold Medal


:D
Quite welcome:D
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#13
AsRock
TPU addict
In house switches ?, and not Kailh which are cheaper to make a keyboard. Funny that Kailh have a 60k key press too.

Seems way over priced and tell you the truth besides the rgb which don't look all that good the keyboard looks kinda iffy.

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#14
Jorge
The sucker will buy these with Mommies money...
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#15
Digital Dreams
Overclocked Super Megahurtz Chroma Tournament Limited Edition!®
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