Tuesday, November 2nd 2021

Razer Unveils its Next Generation Productivity Suite

Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers (Hong Kong Stock Code: 1337), today unveiled three new additions to its Productivity range with the new Pro Click Mini wireless mouse, the Pro Type Ultra wireless keyboard, and the Pro Glide XXL mouse mat. The new Pro range features multi-device wireless connectivity, extended battery life, and a quieter sound profile. Coupled with Razer's expertise in producing high-performance, durable, ergonomic hardware, the new Pro range delivers the ideal work, home office, or mobile peripherals for today's flexible workspace locations.

As people continue to work from home, high-quality keyboards and mice have become more important to increase productivity and ensure a smoother, faster workflow. The new Pro range from Razer features the latest in hardware and software technology, honed from Razer's years of experience producing pro-level gaming devices. Combining industry-leading ergonomic designs with modern, sleek styling and high-performance gaming technologies, the Pro range delivers the comfort, battery-life and precision to enable users to win at work.
"Today's workspace can be anywhere - in the office building, at home on the dining table, on the train or in the air," says Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer's Peripherals Business Unit. "Regardless of where the user is, Razer's Pro range has workflow-enhancing features for every task and situation, from non-distracting silent click mouse switches through to all-day-comfort soft-touch keycaps, allowing users to work effectively wherever they are."

Razer Pro Click Mini
With a sleek, compact form factor, the Pro Click Mini has been designed to easily fit into any bag, briefcase, or backpack, for use on-the-go, but is just as well suited for everyday desktop and workstation use. Using silent, tactile switches, rated for up to 15 million clicks, the Pro Click Mini delivers maximum productivity with minimum sound for a distraction-free experience in the office, coffee shop, train or at home.

For more information on the new Razer Pro Click Mini, visit this page.

Razer Pro Type Ultra
Refined and improved through community feedback, the Razer Pro Type Ultra is the next generation of Razer's Pro series of keyboards, bringing a quieter, more luxurious typing experience to the office space. With silent mechanical switches, rated for up to 80 million presses, the keycaps feature a soft-touch coating for all-day typing comfort. A plush leatherette wrist rest provides further support and eases potential wrist strain throughout the day.

With support for both Bluetooth and Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, the Pro Type Ultra can be connected to 4 devices simultaneously, with a single button press easily switching between connected devices. With over 200 hours of battery life, and in-use cable charging, the Pro Type Ultra is the ultimate productivity keyboard for the modern office.

Both the Pro Type Ultra and Pro Click Mini are supplied with the Razer Productivity Dongle, allowing users to connect both devices to a single dongle, freeing up an essential USB port but maintaining the fast, lag-free Razer HyperSpeed Wireless connection for both devices.

For more information on the new Razer Pro Type Ultra, see here.

Razer Pro Glide XXL
Completing the new line up of Razer's productivity peripherals, the Pro Glide XXL is a full desk width, soft mouse mat and the ideal companion to the Pro Click mouse. With a textured micro-weave surface, for highly accurate mouse tracking, bonded to a high-density rubber base layer, the Pro Glide XXL provides a cushioned surface across the width of the desk, to increase comfort and minimize fatigue. The Pro Glide XXL is the perfect complement surface for the Pro Click Mini and Pro Type Ultra, giving a defined, professional look to the workspace with increased mouse control and comfort.

For more information on the new Razer Pro Glide XXL, please see here.

ABOUT THE RAZER PRO CLICK MINI
  • Silent Mechanical Mouse Switches with 15 million button life cycle
  • Sleek and compact design
  • 4-Way Razer HyperScroll Tilt Wheel with free-spin and tactile modes
  • Multi-host connection for up to 4 devices
  • 7 independently programmable buttons
  • Razer Productivity Dongle
  • Connectivity: Razer HyperSpeed 2.4 GHz wireless + Bluetooth
  • Battery Life: Up to ~725 hours on Bluetooth and up to ~465 hours on 2.4 GHz wireless
  • Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor with true 12,000 DPI
  • DPI stages are adjustable on Synapse 3 (DPI stages: 400 / 800 / 1600 (default) / 3200 / 6400)
  • Onboard DPI storage (up to 5 DPI stages)
  • Up to 300 inches per second (IPS) / 35 G acceleration
  • 1000 Hz polling rate
  • Razer Synapse 3 enabled
  • Approximate size: 100.2 mm x 62.7 mm x 34.1 mm
  • Approximate weight: 88 g with 1x Alkaline AA battery; 111 g with 2x Alkaline AA batteries
ABOUT THE RAZER PRO TYPE ULTRA
  • Ergonomic Design with plush leatherette wrist rest
  • Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology
  • Razer Productivity Dongle
  • Razer Yellow Mechanical switches. Linear and Silent
  • Durability up to 80 million keystrokes
  • Fully Programmable keys, Macro capable
  • Bluetooth and Wireless connectivity for up to 4 devices
  • White LED backlit keys
  • Battery life: Up to ~214 hour without back-lighting on Bluetooth and ~207 hours on 2.4Ghz wireless, or up to ~13 hours Bluetooth and 2.4Ghz with back-lighting on full brightness
  • 10 Key Rollover
  • Razer Synapse 3 enabled
ABOUT THE RAZER PRO GLIDE XXL
  • Increased size for greater coverage
  • Textured micro-weave cloth surface
  • Thick, high-density rubber foam
  • Cushioned surface for long-term comfort
  • Anti-slip rubber base
  • Dimensions: 940x410x3 mm
PRICE & AVAILABILITY
  • Razer Pro Click Mini: $79,99 USD / 89,99€ MSRP; Razer.com and select retailers: November 2, 2021
  • Razer Pro Type Ultra: $159,99 USD / 169,99€ MSRP; Razer.com and select retailers: Q4 2021
  • Razer Pro Glide XXL: $29,99 USD / 34,99€ MSRP; Razer.com and select retailers: November 2, 2021
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18 Comments on Razer Unveils its Next Generation Productivity Suite

#1
ARF
The keyboard is really beautiful.

But why is it so expensive?
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#2
LabRat 891
ARFThe keyboard is really beautiful.

But why is it so expensive?
Razer 'Gamer' Tax
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#3
Leiesoldat
lazy gamer & woodworker
That price combo really isn't that bad for an above average mouse and mechanical keyboard. I'm using the Kono Whitefox TKL at work right now at that retails for 170 USD, plus a very lightweight Xtrfy MZ1 for around the same price as the mouse.
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#4
looniam
i'm sure others think different but white just screams "keep me clean" too much to be productive . . .esp on a dining room table.

and i guess i'm the only one who doesn't use a mousemat since '96.
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#5
ARF
looniami'm sure others think different but white just screams "keep me clean" too much to be productive
Well, all kind of food will leave noticeable spots on the keyboard no matter what colour it is.
But, white chocolate or milk won't.

And the white colour means that the dirt won't be noticeable - the dust particles have similar colour and become invisible on white surfaces.
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#6
looniam
ARFWell, all kind of food will leave noticeable spots on the keyboard no matter what colour it is.
But, white chocolate or milk won't.

And the white colour means that the dirt won't be noticeable - the dust particles have similar colour and become invisible on white surfaces.
sorry but my black keyboard doesn't even show spaghetti sauce, i don't care about dust, which is brown in my old house. FACT white shows ALL dirt!

ya know its like i don't know what i'm talking about expressing my opinion :rolleyes:
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#7
Dristun
Curious to hear how "silent" the keyboard is. Is it possible to source a sample for @VSG maybe? ;) BTW, 159$ is not that much for an enthusiast wireless mechanical with backlight, if it's an actually good one.
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#8
VSG
Editor, Reviews & News
DristunCurious to hear how "silent" the keyboard is. Is it possible to source a sample for @VSG maybe? ;) BTW, 159$ is not that much for an enthusiast wireless mechanical with backlight, if it's an actually good one.
I still owe Razer a keyboard review, but let me see if I can bug them about this after that.
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#9
bonehead123
Well, IMHO, $160 is too much for a somewhat same ole same same as most others keyboard, mech or backlit whateva.....

And maybe I'm missing somethin here, but why in the world, any world, does a rodent pad need to run all the way across the width of your desk, when most people either use their rodents to the left or to the right side of their kb's ???? Me no comprende'......
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#10
Gmr_Chick
ARFThe keyboard is really beautiful.

But why is it so expensive?
LabRat 891Razer 'Gamer' Tax
No where does this article say any of these products are for gaming though? These are all apart of Razer's Productivity Suite. In other words, office work.

Back on topic, I really do like both the mouse and keyboard....but that mousepad looks like it would be hard to keep clean.
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#11
trsttte
A white keyboard? It won't stay white for long that's for sure :D
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#12
890zxc
If you really need a mini-sized mouse for it's portability,you have to take a bulky full-sized mechanic keyboard and desk mat to pair up. That's foolish!
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#13
arni-gx
hmm, the keyboard its so expensive, but why there is no volume scroll for multimedia app for PC on this razer new keyboard...... ??
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#14
Turmania
Anyone knows what Monitor they are using in that picture? looks sweet with that colour setup.
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#15
amarthar
TurmaniaAnyone knows what Monitor they are using in that picture? looks sweet with that colour setup.
That looks more like a render, not a photo, so it's probably not a real monitor.
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#16
repman244
White keyboard for productivity environment, yep that works really well.
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#17
Steevo
Can they not offer to install crap when their devices are plugged in? I don’t want a mouse or keyboard that has some preinstalled software that can be hacked.
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#18
trsttte
SteevoI don’t want a mouse or keyboard that has some preinstalled software that can be hacked.
At least on recent devices I don't think that's how it works, and I would even put the blame more on Microsoft than on Razer, logitech, etc. that facilitates and even pushes that crap. The more recent versions are just windows seeing a device that has software for it and because $$$ it tries to shove it down your throat.

The press release mentions it's "synaptics 3 enabled" so yes, workplace peripherals with garbage non-compliant bloatware ready to be forced on you
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