The company has recently announced its latest keyboard in the BlackWidow lineup in the form of the BlackWidow Lite. This is a mechanical keyboard that does away with all the RGB lighting that Razer is known for in favor white backlit keys, along with a sleek and minimalist look that the company claims will be fit for the professional environment.
The keyboard will also feature the use of Razer’s Orange switches which offer near-silent tactile operations, which means that it won’t be loud and clicky to the point where it might distract your co-workers. According to Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO, “We play hard, but we work just as hard. One third of our daily lives are spent in front of desks, so we want you to experience a keyboard that makes typing feel great. The BlackWidow Lite keyboard was engineered to be the perfect companion for work and for play.”
Note that the keyboard is a tenkeyless design which means that it does away with the dedicated number pad. There will also be a detachable braided cable for portability and storage. It will also play nicely with Razer’s Synapse 3 software that lets users configure their keyboard layout and create macros. The BlackWidow Lite is priced at $90 and is available now.