Thursday, August 20th 2020

Razer Partners with Humanscale to Announce the Razer Productivity Suite

Razer today announced the next generation in workplace productivity with the Razer Productivity Suite. The new Pro Click mouse, designed in collaboration with Humanscale, a global leader in workplace ergonomics, the Pro Type keyboard and Pro Glide surface form a suite of exceptionally comfortable, durable and high-performance peripherals perfectly styled for any work environment.

The Razer Productivity Suite has been created to enhance workflow and reduce fatigue by drawing on Razer's years of experience in creating high-performance gaming peripherals, then transferring that expertise to the workplace. With superior engineering and cutting-edge technology, reliability and durability are vastly improved, as well as long-term comfort thanks to the collaboration with ergonomic experts, Humanscale. With a chic white finish and subtle gray highlights, the Razer Productivity Suite enhances the look of any workspace and delivers the speed, precision and durability demanded by the modern worker.
"The vast majority of office peripherals are based on one-size-fits-all designs and technology, becoming a source of frustration to the user and hinderance in the working day," said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer's Peripherals Business Unit. "I am incredibly proud of the Razer Productivity Suite that we are unveiling today alongside our partner, Humanscale, to address these issues. We firmly believe that our combined expertise and innovation will take workplace productivity to the next level."

The stylish looks of the Razer Productivity Suite conceal the high-quality build and componentry used to make a range of very durable products. With the buttons on the Pro Click mouse rated for up to 50 million cycles, and the switches on the Pro Type keyboard rated for up to 80 million cycles, the Razer Productivity Suite has some of the highest rated switches to be found on dedicated office products. This greater durability and longevity results in higher productivity for the lifespan of the product when compared to what is in the market today.

Razer Pro Click
Created in partnership with Humanscale, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products that improve the health and comfort of work life, the Razer Pro Click mouse was specifically designed to minimize the health risks associated with long-term mousing, including Tendonitis and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The mouse is ergonomically contoured to position the user's wrist at a neutral 30-degree angle, therefore preventing discomfort and injuries associated with wrist pronation.

Furthermore, the Razer Pro Click is designed to meet the ideal comfort zones for small and large hands, and incorporates extended palm, thumb, and pinky supports to fully support the entire hand, minimizing contact stress with the desk and alleviating hand and arm strain. The result is an extremely comfortable mouse that reduces fatigue and the number of errors, ultimately delivering on Razer's high precision and performance promise.

"Our goal is to make work life healthier and more comfortable," said Allan Escoto, Global Product Director, Monitor Arms & Technology Solutions at Humanscale. "This collaboration with Razer gave us the opportunity to create an advanced design that reflects the nuances of ergonomics based on our extensive experience. As such, the Razer Pro Click wireless mouse leverages ergonomics for a healthier and more accurate computing experience."

With Razer's Advanced 5G Optical Sensor, multi-host Bluetooth connectivity and an extended battery life in excess of 400 hours, the Pro Click mouse is the ideal pointing device for the desk worker needing accuracy and reliability all the time.
  • Ergonomic Form Factor
  • Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor
  • Durability for up to 50 million clicks
  • Multi Host Connectivity for up to 4 devices
  • 8 Programmable buttons
  • Extended battery life
Razer Pro Type
Central to any workplace setup is the keyboard, which needs to be comfortable, fast and responsive, to keep errors and fatigue to a minimum. The Pro Type keyboard features a soft-touch coating for all-day typing comfort and uses Razer's proprietary Orange Mechanical Switches, delivering a quiet, yet tactile keystroke for fast, accurate typing. With wireless and Bluetooth connectivity for up to 4 devices, the Pro Type is flexible and adaptable for any workspace setup, giving the optimal balance of performance and comfort.
  • Ergonomic Design with soft-touch Coating
  • Razer orange mechanical switches
  • Durability for up to 80 million keystrokes
  • Bluetooth and Wireless connectivity for up to 4 devices
  • Fully Programmable keys with macro recording
  • White LED backlit keys
Razer Pro Glide
Completing the Razer Productivity Suite set-up, the Pro Glide surface not only matches the suite's modern, professional color scheme, but also perfectly complements the features of the Pro Click mouse. The durable, textured micro-weave surface is the ideal tracking layer for quick, accurate pointing and smooth, jitter free movements.
  • Textured micro-weave cloth surface
  • Thick, high density foam backing
  • Cushioned surface for long term comfort
  • Non-slip backing
  • Dimensions: 360 mm x 275 mm x 3 mm
Price and Availability
  • Razer Pro Click: $99.99 USD / €109.99 MSRP
  • Razer Pro Type: $139.99 USD / €149.99 MSRP
  • Razer Pro Glide: $9.99 USD / €11.99 MSRP
  • Razer.com: 20th August 2020
  • Authorized resellers - 27th August 2020
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7 Comments on Razer Partners with Humanscale to Announce the Razer Productivity Suite

#1
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
The mouse is still using the 5G sensor (which is based off the PixArt PMW3360) and microUSB. No.

The keyboard, however seems to be nice as it has Bluetooth (not sure if 5.0/5.1 or 4.2 BLE) and 2.4 GHz Direct WiFi (which I believe is their Hyperspeed tech, like Logitech's Lightspeed).
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#2
Eukashi
Why does not use MicroUSB Type-C?
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#3
aktpu
And will your productivity get fucked if you are not connected to the internet?
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#4
milewski1015
Wouldn't you be infinitely better off getting a keyboard with an actual ergonomic design?
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#5
Bladeknight
milewski1015
Wouldn't you be infinitely better off getting a keyboard with an actual ergonomic design?
Agree! I dont see any "ergonomic design" on that keyboard, the only diff is just white. They should try Logitech Ergo K860.
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#6
lZKoce
milewski1015
Wouldn't you be infinitely better off getting a keyboard with an actual ergonomic design?
I've never tried on of those. I feel like, they are perfect match for people who can type without looking at their keyboard. But I ain't one of them.
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milewski1015
lZKoce
I've never tried on of those. I feel like, they are perfect match for people who can type without looking at their keyboard. But I ain't one of them.
Same haha, I've tried learning to type the "proper way" but I can't live with the WPM hit I would take while getting started. Would severely hinder my productivity at work and I'd get impatient typing so slow when I'm used to my relatively quick method.
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