Our sack of press announcements is bursting at the seams this week with news from Adata, BitFenix, Lian Li, Razer, and Shuttle:
Instead, the BlackWidow has a "uniquely tactile mechanical key architecture that provides each key on the keyboard with a crisp response and tactile feedback similar to a mouse click." Interesting. Razer has also implemented macro recording and five special gaming keys. The BlackWidow will become available next month for $79.99.
Maybe it's just the clicky keyboard geek in me talking, but I'd sure like to get my hands on one of those new Razer mechanical keyboards. The premise of light, mouse click-like key actuation speeding up typing and gaming is definitely worth putting to the test.
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|10. Ryu Connor - $350|
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