Razer has just announced the Razer Orbweaver mechanical gaming keypad which is fully customizable, and it also features adaptable ergonomics to deliver users maximum control. Continuing from where its predecessor, the Razer Nostromo, left off, the Razer Orbweaver will allow hardcore (and curious, I suppose) gamers to bind a theoretically infinite number of controls to 20 mechanical keys, and it is also accompanied by a programmable eight-way directional thumb-pad. It requires just 50 grams of force to trigger each key, making sure that the slightest twitch of your finger is able to execute the kind of commands that you want.
The thumb-pad can also be used for movement, or as a modifier for a virtually infinite number of combinations. When you game with the Razer Orbweaver, you will be able to rapidly fire a vast number of spells, macros and abilities at hyper-responsive speed and efficiency, newbies might even start to think that you are a bot – or a cheat. The asking price for an edge in your gaming adventures over the rest of your mates would be $129.99 a pop. [Press Release]
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