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Razer releases new accessories to customise your keyboard

Razer has just launched new keyboard accessories to add some extra flair to your setup, including key cap upgrade sets, new wrist rests, and even a cable upgrade. 

The Razer PBT keycap + coiled cable upgrade set packs a set of 120 Razer Green, Classic Black, Mercury White or Quartz Pink keycaps and a coiled USB-C to USB-A cable, this upgrade set allows you to customise your keyboard and reduces the cable clutter on top of your desk. Priced at $49.99/€59.99, the Razer PBT keycap + coiled cable upgrade set is compatible with Razer’s 60%, tenkeyless, and full-sized mechanical/optical keyboards with US and UK layouts.

Besides the keycap set featured in the upgrade set, Razer also released the Phantom keycap set. Combining both stealth and pudding designs, the Phantom ABS keycaps’ 2-in-1 aesthetic allows the RGB lighting to shine through the translucent sidewall or feature a more minimalistic look.

The set includes 128 keycaps in black or white, and is compatible with Razer’s mini, tenkeyless, and full-sized mechanical/optical keyboards using the US or UK layout. You can buy them now for  $34.99/€39.99. Moreover, Razer has also launched the BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed Phantom Edition, featuring Phantom keycaps.

Razer’s new ergonomic wrist rests bring enhanced comfort for the users of the company’s mini and tenkeyless keyboards. These wrist rests are slightly inclined to increase wrist support and feature anti-slip rubber feet to prevent them from slipping. The cushion is filled with plush memory foam to reduce the strain on the user’s wrists. The mini and tenkeyless wrist rests are available now for $19.99/€24.99.

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