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Razer launches the Blackwidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed 65% gaming keyboard

Razer's latest keyboard. (Source: Razer)
Razer's latest keyboard. (Source: Razer)
Razer's latest keyboard is the Blackwidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed. It has a 65% form-factor, which translates to a 60% form-factor that retains arrow keys. The new board also features the OEM's HyperSpeed Wireless Technology, an aluminium frame and a choice of 2 switch types.

Razer has just announced the release of a new mechanical keyboard. It touts the new Blackwidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed as "a perfect balance of form and function". However, it may be less so for fans of a traditional home cluster, number-pads or function keys, as the peripheral has launched with none of those.

Then again, it does manage to fit arrow keys in, rendering the Blackwidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed a "65%" keyboard. Otherwise, it has alll the memory for profiles (up to 5, stored on a combination of inbuilt storage and cloud access), a 1000 hertz (Hz) ultra-polling rate and RGB with Synapse one might expect from a high-end Razer keyboard.

It also boasts the company's HyperSpeed Wireless Technology, which is based on single-band (2.4GHz) Wi-Fi. There are also options to connect the device via Bluetooth or USB type-C. The V3 Mini HyperSpeed is now available to order with either green (tactile and clicky) or yellow (linear and silent) Razer switches, both of which are priced at US$180 on the OEM's website or on Amazon.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-05-25 (Update: 2021-05-26)