When it comes to gaming peripherals, most gamers do not want to compromise – especially the hardcore ones, since they more or less believe that their performance is being limited by the hardware that they use. Much to most of their chagrin, it is the other way around, and regardless of how good a piece of hardware you are using at the moment, your gaming skills are more or less maxed out some time ago. Well, if you are a staunch believer that your gaming performance will be raised to the next level with the right hardware, then perhaps it is time you checked out the Razer Tartarus membrane gaming keypad.
Specially developed with ergonomic comfort and touting “infinite” customization options, the Razer Tartarus will continue from where the hugely popular, award-winning Razer Nostromo left off. The Razer Tartarus will boast of an increasingly comfortable form factor in addition to 25 programmable keys that will comprise of an eight-way directional thumb pad to boot. This particular thumb pad lets you move around with additional precision, all the while functioning as modifier keys as and when required, which in turn multiplies the keyset count by eight so that you end up with 128 different command options.
Apart from that, there is also support for unlimited macro lengths and unlimited game profiles, and if you are interested in picking one up, it is already available today for $79.99/€79.99 a pop. [Press Release]
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