Due to popular demand, gaming peripherals expert Razer has now given a wireless upgrade to three of its most coveted accessories: the BlackShark headphones, the DeathAdder gaming mouse, and the BlackWidow mechanical keyboard.
Aside from simply going wireless, Razer has given these devices welcome upgrades as well. While it uses the same Razer TriForce Titanium 50mm Drivers, the new BlackShark now carries an additional speaker chamber for brighter and clearer audio, all complemented by THX Spatial Audio technology with Game Profiles. The DeathAdder remains largely the same but gets three modes of connection now with up to 120 hours of battery life via Bluetooth, as well as upgraded second-generation Razer Optical Mouse Switches for more responsiveness. Finally, the BlackWidow receives improved Razer Mechanical Switches that work quieter with silicon sound dampeners in every key, while upgraded Doubleshot ABS Keycaps sit on top with added durability.
“Every time we launch a new product, a lot of fans ask for a wireless version”, said Alvin Cheung, senior vice president of Razer’s Peripherals Business Unit. “By bringing the industry-leading Razer HyperSpeed Wireless technology to three of our most popular gaming peripherals, we are answering the community’s call for a completely cable-free setup – with no compromise on gameplay performance.”
All three updated gaming peripherals are now available over on Razer’s website, retailing for $180 USD for the BlackShark V2 Pro, $130 USD for the DeathAdder V2 Pro, and $230 USD for the BlackWidow V3 Pro.
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