Razer announced the launch of its optical keyboard Death Tracker V2an updated version of the original model, which does not arrive alone, since we will also have a Death Stalker V2 Pro and a variant of it in Tenkeyless (TKL) format.
With him Razer DeathStalker V2 we came across a keyboard low profile through the use of some optical push buttons with a lifetime of at least 70 million of pulsations before presenting any type of problem. These can be chosen in a Red variant which promises a soft and quiet click, or Blue, which is louder and louder.
These push buttons are mounted on a frame with an aluminum finish 5052 for long life, the keys feature an ultra-durable coating to prevent wear, while the letters and numbers are laser etched and flow through. RGB LED lighting per key.
We also have dedicated multimedia controls by means of buttons and a wheel, it is connected by a USB-C cable @ USB-A for easy portability, legs for tilt adjustment, and it’s listed for a suggested retail price of €199.99 when it happens during the third trimester.
On the other hand we have the Death Stalker V2 Prowhich essentially adds latency-free wireless connectivity via technology Razer HyperSpeed Wireless (2.40 GHz), in addition to technology Bluetooth 5.0 to facilitate its use on any PC, tablet, mobile devices, etc. This involves a cost of €249.99 (the only one that is already on sale), while a TKL version without the numeric keypad it will arrive in the Q3 for €219.99.
“The original DeathStalker has become a fan-favorite keyboard thanks to its innovative chiclet-style design and premium typing feel in a sleek, low-profile form factor,” said Chris Mitchell, Division CTO Razer PC Gaming.
“With the new DeathStalker V2 lineup, we’ve retained the understated aesthetics of the original keyboard, but included our latest technological innovations, such as Razer Optical Switches and Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, to provide gamers with an experience fast, feature-packed gaming keyboard.”