World’s leader in lifestyle brands for gamers Razer has just launched its latest flagship with the Razer DeathStalker V2 range of optical switch keyboards—the DeathStalker V2, DeathStalker V2 Tenkeyless (TKL), and DeathStalker V2 Pro.
Featuring the same neat and sleek form factor seen in the original DeathStalker, the new and improved DeathStalker V2 maintains the same low-profile appearance but with all new Razer innovations built into it, such as the Razer Optical Switches and the Razer HyperSpeed Wireless (low latency or no delay, multi-device pairing capability) technologies.
Unlike mechanical keyboards whose design is completely dependent on the mechanical structure of the keys for the quality of the feel and output with every keypress, optical switches, specifically Razer Optical Switches, rely on light technology, via infrared light, in addition to the embedded mechanical blueprint in delivering a significantly unique keyboard experience.
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Fans of the wireless setup will particularly like the DeathStalker V2 Pro and DeathStalker V2 TKL for their independence to run completely cable-free when charged to run on battery at 40 hours and 50 hours, respectively. These two contrast the DeathStalker V2, which is designed to work with dependence on an active external power source, that is, wired, though it comes with a detachable charging cord.
As Razer’s latest flagship, the DeathStalker V2 range of optical switch keyboards come expectedly not cheap at Php14,590 for the DeathStalker V2 Pro, Php12,200 for the DeathStalker V2 TKL, and Php9,799 for the DeathStalker V2.
Anyone looking to get their hands on a Razer DeathStalker V2 keyboard may be able to do so by heading directly to Razer’s official website, Shopee, Lazada, or via authorized retailers.