Star Wars Stormtrooper Gaming Peripherals Revealed By Razer
Razer has teamed up with Disney in an epic Star Wars collaboration that you absolutely won’t want to miss. The popular gaming hardware company has announced a brand new line of Star Wars Stormtrooper peripherals, named after the titular worst shots in the galaxy far, far away. Said line of peripherals feature a themed mouse, extended mousepad, and keyboard.
Razer announced the collaboration over on its website, wherein it revealed the Razer Atheris mouse, the Razer Goliathus Extended mousepad, and the Razer Blackwidow Lite keyboard. Each piece of the collection has its own product page and price tag, though thrifty purchasers can pick up the entire collection at a 10% discounted price.
Here are some hot points for each peripheral:
- Razer Atheris Stormtrooper:
- 350-hour continuous use on a pair of AA batteries
- 7,200 DPI optical sensor
- Built-in Bluetooth
- 2.4 GHz with Adaptive Frequency Technology
- Ambidextrous ergonomic form factor
- Compact and mobile ready
- Razer Goliathus Extended Stormtrooper:
- Slick, taut weave for speedy mouse movements
- Pixel-precise targeting and tracking
- Optimized for all mouse sensitivities and sensors
- Highly portable cloth-based design
- Anti-fraying stitched frame
- Anti-slip rubber base
- Razer Blackwidow Lite Stormtrooper:
- Razer™ Orange Mechanical Switches designed for gaming
- Silent Keys with included o-rings
- Compact form factor
- Individually backlit keys
- Razer Synapse 3 configuration tool
Those looking to check each of the products out can do so right here.
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