|Item model number||RZ07-03110200-R3M1|
|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.95 x 7.96 x 2.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.95 x 7.96 x 2.5 inches|
|Date First Available||November 11, 2019|
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Razer Tartarus Pro Gaming Keypad: Analog-Optical Key Switches - 32 Programmable Keys - Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting - Programmable Macros - Variable Key Press Pressure Sensitivity - Mercury White
|Number of Buttons||32|
|Number of Keyboard Keys||32|
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- New, Pressure-Sensitive Inputs: Razer Analog Optical Switches register various levels of pressure similar to an analog joystick-like experience on a keypad
- 32 Keys for More Hotkeys and Actions: Perfect for gaming or integrating into creative workflows with fully programmable keys
- Thumbpad for Improved Movement Controls: The 8-way directional thumb pad allows for more natural controls for a console-oriented players and a more ergonomic experience
- Fully Programmable Macros: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations be remapped to execute complex commands
- 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
- The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc, U S Retail Tracking Service, Gaming Designed: Keyboards, Mice, PC Headsets, and PC Microphones, Based on dollar sales, Jan 2017- June 2020 combined
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32 Programmable Keys
Take hold of your game with the Razer Tartarus Pro—a gaming keypad that will never let victory escape your grasp. From its measured, nuanced inputs to its 32 programmable keys, experience a level of control and customization made for the most demanding of MMO gamers.
Razer Analog Optical Switch
Registers variable levels of input in the same keystroke, providing a deeper degree of control similar to analog controller thumbsticks
Have the Razer Tartarus Pro calibrated for speed, control, or a balance of both by tuning the keypad's sensitivity
8 Quick-Toggle Profiles
Enjoy more convenience and utility with a button on the side of the keypad that changes your profile instantly
Bind two functions to each key—one that triggers on a partial keystroke, and another on a full keystroke
What is analog input?
Analog input allows you to have scaling levels of input (i.e. 0 to 255) rather than just 0 and 1. The most common type of analog input in gaming can be found in analog thumbsticks on controllers, where they are mainly used for character movement
How does the Razer Tartarus Pro read analog input?
The Razer Tartarus Pro has Analog Optical Switches, which measure how far down you press. Razer Synapse then translates these measurements into analog input for games
What games will work with analog input?
Games with controller support will work with analog input out of the box. This includes Fortnite, Rocket League, FFXIV, World of Warcraft, and more
Is the wrist rest adjustable?
Yes, the Razer Tartarus Pro wrist rest can be adjusted between two positions
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While the product itself is an awesome product, and has the potential for so many different things in the pc gaming space - it has a fatal flaw at the moment. It is either software related or something faulty with how the switches work, in that you will occasionally get a phantom input. For example, you're strafing left and right - and suddenly you will just keep strafing in one direction until you press that key again. This is a pretty big deal, and I'm surprised it was allowed to release like this. I've been in contact with razer support - but no dice yet. I will update this review if the problem is sorted out, but otherwise I will probably be returning this keypad sadly. I really, really like it - but if I am paying 129$ for less than half a keyboard, it better work flawlessly.
The product REQUIRES software to be minimally usable. Given the Logitech G13 did not require software shows, that were the company's choice.
The software requires you to have a Razer ID to use. To get the ID, one should go online and register a new account. Their "register a new account" requires a Razer ID, but you need to register to get it. This is insane.
I have figured out a work-around, but it certainly wasn't suggested by tech support. I'll be looking for a different brand just out of dislike for this company.
I have Chrome Orb as well and the issue is thumbstick that is just too hard to depress accurately, so you have to assign useless functions to it, which beats the purpose of buying Razor instead of cheaper alternatives without it.
Orb Chrome is adjustable somewhat for different size hands, on Tartarus Pro that feature is removed and it feels bit awkward. It wouldn't be a game breaker though, if not for stuck keys.
At this point I am back to using N52, and I am checking prices occasionally on E-bay.
I bought the Tartarus Pro in the hopes that I would be able to improve the ergonomics of PC gaming for myself. My intention was to bring my left and right hand closer together, which brings your shoulders into better alignment and is better for your posture etc. In that respect the Tartarus Pro performs its function admirably. It's the ergonomics at the hand level that get it into trouble.
The biggest issue is thumb placement. They expect you to abduct (stretch away from the rest of your hand) your thumb at too great an angle. Not only do you need to stretch your thumb out too far, you also have to stretch it downward more than you should. Whoever designed this decided that the "space bar" button needed to sit below the rest of the keys. It became uncomfortable quickly, and I could feel the motions I was using causing some minor tingling within 30 minutes use.
Another area of concern for me was the "hump" in the middle that they expect you to rest your hand on. I could not find a comfortable position no matter which of the three available hand rest options I used (the hand rest is detachable and can be put in a forward position, a rearward position, or removed entirely which also takes away some of the length of the palm rest and removes the padding). The hump also made it more difficult to reach the keys in the top row. I had to stretch my hand in an uncomfortable way to reach those keys.
Those are the primary concerns, but with those out of the way I would like to mention a few other things about the product that I think need to be improved upon.
The key caps are too wide at the top making the individual keys less distinct. They also don't have the nice scalloped shape typical of keyboard keys.
I also feel like they left out keys the shouldn't have. Every key roughly translates to a key on a typical QWERTY keyboard, and they default to those keys unless you change them with software. The lowest level of keys on the Tartarus are the shift row, which for most people might not be a problem; however, I'm the type of gamer that uses Control for crouch. or in some games crouch and prone depending on how you press it. The best work around I found was to either put Control where Caps Lock would be, or to put shift where Cap Lock is supposed to be and Control where Shift had been. I also sometime use ALT, and it's the default key for voice coms in some games.
I really wanted to like the Tartarus Pro, it seems like a great idea, but there are too many issues with if for me, some of them obviously more minor than others. If you don't feel that any of these would be a problem for you, then you should consider picking one up, otherwise I think you should skip this and either buy a half keyboard (or use half of a split keyboard), buy one of the cheap gaming specific half keyboards on Amazon (I bought one for $23 and it should arrive in a few days, fingers crossed it doesn't die after a few months use), or wait for something like Cooler Master's single handed keyboard which should be out some time this year after they're done shipping to their KickStarter backers.
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Great colours, nice software for syncing everything up.
Very customizable, lots of options including your own macros.
Lots of button options, I like the thumb space bar.
Like the Pro, this thing is HUGE. If you have small hands, you might have to take the adjustable hand rest right off. Not as pretty but it still works that way. Even then, it's still HUGE.
Because of the size, I found it difficult to use effectively. My main steering is WSDF. That leaves the top two rows to be spells/abilities. The first row is ok to reach but still a reach with small hands. The second row? I have to lift my hand to get it up there and I can't keep my hands on the WSDF keys or I have to lift my palm. Because this isn't conducive to fast paced game play, I ended up buying the MMO mouse instead. I use the keys on the mouse for spells/abilities and then I use the game pad for movement/jumping and a shift modifier. It's not totally redundant but that really defeated the purpose of getting it. I could probably just stick to the keyboard.
Also, I didn't find the joystick useful in MMO, I could not get used to steering that way, but someone else might. It can be used for spells or other abilities at least.
El switch óptico se siente mucho mejor que el mecha membrane para mí que estoy acostumbrada a los switches de velocidad como los red o los speed. Recomendaría el mecha-membrane para programas de arte digital o para quienes les gusta los switches de activación con mayor fuerza y el óptico para juegos sobre todo donde requieren una respuesta más rápida.
Tengo manos pequeñas pero uso el botón circular en lugar de space y me ha servido mucho. Para FPS casi no lo uso pero sí lo he probado un poco en overwatch y va bien, aunque mi juego favorito para usarlo es Dont starve together y es de lo más cómodo. Me aventé una sesión de 5 horas jugando y mi mano no resintió nada.
Espero no tener que hacer update porque veo algunos reviews donde dicen que falla con el tiempo, pero hasta ahora puedo decir que todo bien.
El pero es que no tiene memoria para almacenar tus macros o mapeo de teclas que tu quieras sin que forzosamente uses y mantengas activo su software.
A mi me gusta usar Linux y aunque se que este producto no esta diseñado para ese sistema operativo, me hubiera gustado que tuviese la memoria para configurarlo en otra computadora y conectarlo a mi maquina para que funcione como yo quiera.
De ahí en fuera, excelente producto.
Lo que no me gusto es que las macros no funcionan rápido.
Si lo quieres para fornithe no te va ser útil las macros, para otros juegos fue útil.
Me gusta acomodar Chromatica studio por colores así se que función tiene cada color.
Si formateas la computadora la ventaja es que baja de nuevo tu perfil así que no tienes que configurar todo de nuevo solo pones tu usuario y listo
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