Available with or without a numeric keypad, the new Huntsman V2 keyboards have virtually zero input response, the best possible acoustics, and deliver unbeatable feel when pressed.
Razer’s second generation optical switches
The Huntsman V2 comes with Razer’s second generation of linear optical switches, which have been designed and refined based on player and user feedback. Thus, the keyboard actually has a silicone muffler that prevents the “click” characteristic that occurs when a key is pressed. This will make it more enjoyable for users to type in. The keys and stabilizers, in turn, are better lubricated, so using the keyboard is smoother and quieter.
Razer’s second-generation linear optical switches use an infrared beam to activate the switching signal, completely eliminating the inversion delay traditionally included in mechanical keyboards to ensure the contact signal physically matches the pressure.
Without this delay, the switches can take advantage of Razer HyperPolling technology to exceed the polling rate of traditional consoles, which is 1,000 Hz. With HyperPolling function, up to 8000Hz. With the combination of two high-speed and extremely powerful technologies, Huntsman V2 keyboard has virtually zero latency, making it the fastest gaming keyboard with flash response.
improvements, improvements, improvements
Based on feedback from the community and athletes, the Huntsman V2 keyboard has been improved in other areas as well. Switches made of two layers of PBT plastic, which is standard equipment, provide better durability and protection. In addition, during production, the creators came up with two-stage injection molding of plastic, which is used to create inscriptions on keys. It doesn’t fade even after hundreds of hours of use, plus it has a textured finish for a stable fingerprint and a pleasant writing feel.
The acoustics have been improved as a set of silencers have been added to the chassis to absorb knocks and shocks when the keys are pressed. The matte aluminum top surface keeps the keyboard steady, so it doesn’t bend even with severe keystrokes, and the specially designed ergonomic wrist rest, which fits perfectly on the front of the keyboard, provides excellent wrist support and comfort during extended gaming.
Huntsman V2 is equipped with multifunctional digital rotary controllers with 4 dedicated and adjustable multimedia keys, thanks to which the keyboard has a wider use than just gaming. Gamers can fully program it using Razer Synapse 3, and with 7 preset lighting effects with a choice of up to 16.8 million colors, they can customize to their liking. Built-in hybrid memory allows you to store settings, macros, and color schemes so they are available anywhere, anytime without accessing cloud storage.
Price and availability: €199.99 (recommended retail price) – purple keys with a click, €209.99 (recommended retail price) – red line keys, from September 16, 2021.
Huntsman V2 Tinkellis
Razer also introduced the Huntsman V2 Tenkeyless Keyboard – which is lighter and lighter than the Huntsman V2. This keyboard shares many elements with its standard-size counterpart, but lacks a numeric keypad, rotary knob, and multimedia keys. It’s more portable, but still retains all the new features and improvements that the Huntsman V2 has to offer, including Razer’s new second generation linear optical switches, Razer HyperPolling technology, which actually delivers 8000Hz polling, and two-layer PBT plastic switches. Sound absorption ergonomic wrist measurements and comfort.
The Huntsman V2 Tenkeyless also offers a detachable cable with a USB-C connector, making it easier for gamers on the road to transport, is fully compatible with Razer Synapse 3, can hold up to 16.8 million colors, and has a built-in hybrid memory for volumes and settings.
Price and availability€159.99 (Recommended Retail Price) – Purple Click Keys, €169.99 (Recommended Retail Price) – Red Linear Keys, as of September 16, 2021.
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