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Razer's New BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard Is Water-Resistant

15 November 2017

This is where water-resistant keyboards come in handy. But Razer's new BlackWidow Ultimate gaming keyboard wants to save itself from an untimely death - it's water and dust resistant, making it sturdier than your average set of keys. For those unfamiliar, this means that the keyboard will be both resistant to dust and water, meaning that it should be able to handle spills without the keyboard getting damaged permanently, although we wouldn't advise you to go dunking it underwater just to test it out.

Talking about the specifications, Razer BlackWindow Ultimate comes with Razer Green Mechanical Switches with 50 g actuation force with 80 million keystroke lifespan.

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New Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Is Water- And Dust-Proof

The first digit in an IP rating covers dust protection, and the second number refers to water protection.

After releasing the Cynosa Chroma a couple of weeks ago, Razer is introducing yet another keyboard, and it's a refresh of the BlackWidow Ultimate this time around.

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It's a risky situation for the average keyboard to find itself in, and so many inevitably fall victim to spilled drinks and sandwich crumbs. The company has added 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting along with Razer Synapse software.

The new Razer BlackWidow Ultimate is now available for purchase on Razer's Malaysia online store for RM549.

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The keyboard is IP54 dust and water resistant, and is created to be the "most resilient gaming keyboard to date".

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Razer's New BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard Is Water-Resistant