In a bid to satisfy the dedicated gamers and their preference over small form factor keyboards, Razer has released the new BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed.
Essentially a 65% rendition of their BlackWidow V3 Pro wireless mechanical keyboard, the BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed is the perfect size for those who want a clean and compact form factor. Fitted with four arrows and four navigation/macro keys by the side, the full-height keyboard retains its small size to save space while providing players with extra versatility.
The keyboard features battery life lasting up to 200 hours with lighting turned off, 48 hours with 30% brightness and 17 hours with 100% brightness. While it might sound like a long time with the bling on, users will probably need to charge the keyboard every 2 days which might prove to be a hassle.
Identical to the Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro, the Mini features Razer’s HyperSpeed Wireless Technology for low-latency wireless gaming along with the other two additional modes of connection via Bluetooth or USB-C.
In an effort to free up precious USB ports, Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Multi-device support helps users streamline their setups as it can pair several other compatible products, such as the Razer Orochi V2 using only one dongle.
BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed will feature Razer Green and new Yellow Mechanical Switches, which have upgraded with silicon sound dampeners for a smoother and quieter experience. Along with their double shot ABS keycaps that offer additional durability, the keyboard is also powered by the Razer Chroma RGB.