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Friday, 16 August 2013 15:54

Razer unveils the Tartarus gaming keypad

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Razer Nostromo successor

Razer has the new Razer Tartarus gaming keypad that is the direct successor to its quite popular Razer Nostromo keypad. The new Razer Tartarus will bring the most customizable way of controlling your favorite game and is created with ergonomic comfort and infinite customization options in mind, according to Razer.

The new Razer Tartarus features 25 programmable membane keys and an eight-way directional thumb-pad. The Razer Tartarus keypad can switch between eight key maps and features an adjustable writs-rest pad that will provide comfort during long gaming sessions.

Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director, noted that "The Razer Tartarus places an infinite amount of control into a single hand-literally-affording immense flexibility, power and an ultimately free other hand, which is a deadly competitive advantage. For serious gamers, this keypad can make the difference between victory and defeat."

The rest of the features listed for the new Razer Tartarus include full anti-ghosting capability, unlimited macro lengths, unlimited game profiles, backlit keys, braided fiber cable and comes with support for Razer Synapse 2.0, a proprietary software that allows users to save custom profiles and sync them from anywhere in the world through the cloud system.

The new Razer Tartarus will be avialable all around the world from August 15th with a price set at €79.99/US $79.99.

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