Razer has launched its brand-new Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard, with PBT keycaps, a wrist rest complete with a RGB lightbar, and of course optical switches that can even bind different actions to different actuation points. It comes in at a monster £249.99, but is it worth it?
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- 100 million keystroke lifespan
- Razer Chroma™ RGB customizable backlighting with 16.8 million color options
- Razer Doubleshot PBT Keycaps
- USB 3.0 Passthrough
- Underglow lighting
- Magnetic plush leatherette wrist rest
- Multi-functional digital dial with 4 media keys
- Hybrid onboard storage – up to 5 keybinding profiles
- Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording
- N-key roll-over with anti-ghosting
- Gaming mode option
- Braided fiber cable
- 1000 Hz Ultrapolling
- Aluminium matte top plate
- Razer™ Analog Optical Switches
You can purchase the Huntsman V2 Analog Optical Gaming Keyboard directly from Razer for £249.99, HERE!
- Looks great.
- Impressive build quality.
- Good weight stops any slippage.
- Aluminium top plate.
- PBT keycaps.
- Very expensive.
- Thick and stiff cable.
- Not all games work with the analog tech.
- Overly complicated to set up.
KitGuru says: For us, this keyboard over-complicates things and as a result is very time consuming to setup, but for those dead-set on entering the realm of analog keyboards then it’s one to consider.