After many years, the Razer DeathStalker keyboard line up is back. Today we're checking out the new flagship keyboard from Razer, the DeathStalker V2 Pro. It's low profile, with optical switches and three connectivity modes – but it doesn't come cheap, with a hefty £250 price tag. Is it worth it? Let's find out…
03:08 Design and first impressions
05:31 Connectivity buttons / underside
06:43 Build quality
08:07 RGB lighting
09:17 Optical low-profile switches
10:07 Sound test
12:09 The connectivity options
14:22 Battery life
15:10 Synapse software
17:04 Closing thoughts
- Razer™ Low-profile Optical Switches
- 70-million keystroke lifespan
- Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless Technology
- Razer™ HyperSpeed Multi-device Support
- Connect via Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless (2.4 GHz), Bluetooth, or Type C
- Multi-functional media button and media roller
- Ultra-durable coated ABS keycaps
- Razer Chroma™ RGB customizable backlighting with 16.8 million color options
- 40-hour Battery Life
- Razer™ Synapse enabled
- Hybrid On-Board Memory and Cloud Storage – up to 5 profiles
- Fully programmable key with on-the-fly- macro recording
- N-key roll over
- Gaming mode option
- Detachable braided fiber Type C cable
- 5052 Aluminum Alloy Top Case
We don't yet have a buy link for the DeathStalker V2 Pro but the MSRP is set at £249.99.
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- Extremely low profile.
- Versatile connectivity options.
- Very sleek design.
- Impressive optical switches.
- Poor build quality.
- Very expensive.
KitGuru says: The DeathStalker V2 Pro is a beautiful keyboard let down by poor build quality. If this review was based solely on design then it would be a must have. Unfortunately though, I cannot look past the amount of flex in the chassis. A keyboard priced at £250 should feel much better.
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