|Series||BlackWidow TE Chroma V2|
|Item model number||RZ03-02190700-R3M1|
|Item Weight||2.73 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.58 x 8.12 x 0.16 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||14.58 x 8.12 x 0.16 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||September 13, 2017|
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Razer BlackWidow TE Chroma v2 TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Orange Key Switches, Tactile & Silent, Chroma RGB Lighting, Magnetic Wrist Rest, Programmable Macros, Classic Black
|Style||Orange Switches - Tactile & Silent|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||14.58 x 8.12 x 0.16 inches|
|Number of Keys||88|
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- The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc. U.S. Retail Tracking Service, Keyboards, Mice, PC Headset/Pc Microphone, Gaming Designed, based on dollar sales, 2017-2021
- Zero-Compromise Mechanical Switch for Speed & Accuracy: Razer Orange switch technology provides tactile feedback with a quieter click, requiring 45 G of actuation force; ideal for gamer and typing experiences
- Tournament-Ready Design: A tenkeyless design with a detachable USB cable provides a portable form-factor for on-the-go gamers
- Ultimate Personalization & Gaming Immersion with Razer Chroma: Fully syncs with popular games, Razer hardware, Philips Hue, and gear from 30+ partners; supports 16.8 million colors on individually backlit keys
- Fully Programmable Macro Support: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations be remapped to execute complex commands
- Ergonomic, Magnetic Wrist Rest: Made of plush leatherette to maximize comfort over extended gaming sessions
- Durable Construction: Supports up to 80 million clicks with a 2 year manufacturer warranty (ABS plastic)
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The Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 features individually programmable backlit keys with 16.8 million color options, all easily set through Razer Synapse. From preloaded lighting effects for different types of games, to your own custom uniquely programmed palette of colors, you can effortlessly enhance your gaming experience in a way that is unique only to you. Razer Mechanical Switches have consistently proven themselves to be the best for gaming, delivering both top-notch performance and reliable durability without compromise. This very same Razer technology and design is now being manufactured in-house end to end, ensuring even stricter requirements are met for each switch produced, resulting in a life span of up to 80 million key strokes. 1000 Hz Ultrapolling
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I bought this product because I like smaller keyboards, I also like lighted keyboards with good switches. Although the lighting iss great and the the "clickynesss" of the keyboard is great, there is some MAJOR problemss with keysss sticking and sstaying stuck for a loooong time. It just seems to be random and doesn't happen conssisteently from key to key. Although some keys seem to have morre problems than others, even AFTER constant cleaning of the keys and keyboard. After sseveral attempts of fixing this through upgrading Synapse (the driver sssoftwwware of Razer) and contacting support (running through their useless attempts to fix it), it continues to happen over and over again and causses major issues in competitive gaming (as well ass doing any sort of wrriting of code). You will dodge longer, or just seem to randomly do ssomething that you shouldn't. Asssss you can see with this review, the continual key stickynesss is nothing you would want in a game or to even do daily work. There doesn't seem to be a solid fix for it AND Synapse hasss been in beta now for years, so I don't expect a fix to come to the keyboard anytime soon. So my suggestion, serious gamerrs and developers should stay FAR FAR FAR away from this product and probably all Razerr keyboards.
NOTE: This review was not changed other than to correct spelling errors. The repeattted keys you see are typing at a normal speed on the keyboard. So imagine how it is for gaming or writing code? Pathetic to say the least.
UPDATE 04/16/2020: RRazerr reached out to me to help fiix the keyboard (afterr they reepliiied to thiis review). However, after II rreplied to them about my issue, the responded with a "tiicket" frrom theiiir tiiicketing system, and they neverr rresponded beyond me addiing additional information to it. As you can see, I'm sttiill using the same keyboard and having the same problem (I can't geet a newerr keyboard yet to replace thiiis POS).
This behavior is sporadic. I would strongly not recommend this keyboard. I'm super disappointed.
Edit 1/5/19: this seems to have gotten worse. It’s now tripling some key presses. Can’t wait for my new keyboard to arrive that I ordered to replace this.
At least half a dozen times a day a random key will stick and repeat, or pressing keys will result in special characters going to the terminal insteand of what's intended, etc... and the only way to make it stop is to yank the usb cable and plug it back in. In the beginning I thought it was something I could live with but it happens too regularly and is incfedibly disruptive.
I do not recommend this keyboard if you intend to use it with a mac.
For the record, I have a 2015 macbook.
I have switched to a Corsair K57 RGB (which is advertised as wireless, but then you can only use the preset patterns which aren't useful at all. I use it wired only). The software is supreme by far, the quality is top notch, everything about it is perfect... And I got it for $19 new on sale at Target. That is not a typo. I'm moving away from this 'mechanical key' hype and I am not disappointed in the least. I use this for a plethora of pro software and fps games, totally over the whole mechanical key thing. It's a gimmick, and I say that with 20 ish years experience with computer systems with countless thousands of hours on pro software and all kinds of gaming, aggressive online and relaxed single-player.
I am done with Razor. I went through THREE of these keyboards in 9 months. A large amount of keys just fall off these when they're brand new, the software has gotten WORSE over years, it's just absolutely not a good situation from any angle.
The keys need a very small dot of RTV in the guide channel to keep them relatively secure to the key switch. This is removable; cyanacrylate is unwise due to the outgassing damage or "fog", and your key will be permanently attached at whatever mild angle it cures. Doing this rectifies the key issue.
The software is all over the place, constantly needing to be kicked to get the correct profiles to work with software triggering. The old chroma studio/app package was a hundred times more useful and actually worked fairly well.
All of the Razor products I've used, whether I owned them or a friend has, are laughably low quality for the price. That's just gotten worse over time. I ran a first gen blackwidow with the numpad, it lasted a while, then it just suddenly went berserk, throwing a high volume of random and wrong key activations, lights not working, I mean it really just went poof overnight without an identifiable influence. These boards though... Oh my God I have not gotten more ticked off especially because of the cost.
Remember kids, expensive ≠ quality. They've definitely got some high quality marketing though! Company, GYST, when all you care about is the bottom line, stuff like this runs rampant, and you'll lose high income loyal spenders. You've gotten my money for the last time, I feel so foolish for buying two more after the first one croaked.
Well, at least I have a decent source of four-pin RGB LEDs now.... Maybe some momentary switches.
FYI - the palm rest is a damn dream.
By robert on July 15, 2018
FYI - the palm rest is a damn dream.
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Feel-wise this keyboard is excellent. The feedback is on point and conclusive, and the amount of travel is comfortable when gaming. The RGB is bright and evenly lights up the keyboard, plus the pad that comes with the keyboard ensures longer gaming sessions don't put undue stress on the wrist.
Now the drawbacks: the keyboard is pretty loud (clicky loud) and when typing without headphones/audio is prominent. The amount of key travel, although great for gaming, is less so for general use. The force and depth to which the key must be depressed can throw me off that alone has caused a few mistypes. Unlike some other reviewers have noted, the sensitivity of the keyboard isn't bad, especially compared to standard laptop keyboards and I find this keyboard easy to use.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 9, 2020
If you use Synapse 3.0 upon lock or boot up the PC you'll have a nice rainbow nightmare regardless of what RGB settings you chose until you login and synapse loads.
If you use Synapse 2.0 you'll be able to overwrite the default lighting option.