Razer wants to convince business customers with its new Razer mouse and keyboard models: Razer Pro Click an ergonomic mouse, and Razer Pro Type mechanical keyboard and along with the Razer Pro Glide a discreet mouse pad that has been specially designed for use in the office.
If you already rely on Razer mouse and keyboard devices after work, you can also do this in the office in the future, without having to justify yourself for the RGB lighting or the aggressive design of its accessories, because Razer does completely without them.
With the Pro Type Razer wireless keyboard, the company is still relying on its strengths: With mechanical and particularly quiet Razer Orange switches that are supposed to withstand more than 80 million actuations, a modern look in white and subtle, white lighting, the keyboard fits into any office. The keyboard can be connected to up to four devices at the same time via a 2.4 GHz USB adapter or with Bluetooth, and a button can be used to quickly switch between the connection with the PC and the smartphone.
The battery lasts at least twelve hours with activated lighting or 84 hours without lighting, it is charged via USB-C. All buttons can be freely programmed using the associated software to increase productivity. The Razer Pro Type is now listed on the Amazon.com for a recommended retail price of $139.99.
In addition, the company has also introduced the Pro Glide non-slip mouse pad and Pro Click Razer wireless mouse. The mouse was developed together with Humanscale in order to make it as ergonomic as possible. Razer relies on an optical sensor with a resolution of 16,000 DPI. The connection is made either via Bluetooth or a 2.4 GHz USB receiver, the battery lasts 400 or 200 hours, depending on the selected connection method.
The Razer Pro Click can be connected to up to four devices at the same time, and a button can be used to switch between the devices. The mouse has eight programmable buttons, the primary buttons should survive at least 50 million clicks. The Razer Pro Click has also been listed on the Amazon.com for a recommended retail price of $99.99.
Recently, Amazon has also made available the Raptor 27-inch gaming monitor with G-Sync, Freesync, RGB, 144 Hz refresh rate, HDR, built-in cable management, and Razer Chroma support.