Razer Tarantula Gaming Keyboard Review

Posted: Nov 20 2006, 3:48pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:24am CDT, in I4U Gadget Reviews


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Razer Tarantula Gaming Keyboard Review

Razer makes some of the best and most popular gaming peripherals around and recently added a cool gaming keyboard to their lineup. The new keyboard is called the Razer Tarantula and it sports some nice features.

While not all the keys are backlit, the gaming specific keys are backlit with a blue light that looks cool in a dark room. You also get dual USB ports on the top of the keyboard as well as ports for the mic and headphones.Review excerpt: "The cool part about the Razer Synapse drivers the Tarantula uses is that you can remap every standard key to a different function as well. If you want your "R" key to be the "P" key you can do it. Setting up profiles for the keyboard is a snap and you can have up to 100 different profiles for games and applications. Once you have a profile associated with an application that profile will launch automatically when the game or app is launched on your computer. You can also use the included tool to rearrange all of the standard keys, say you prefer to use DVORAK rather than good old QWERTY you can do it with the Razer Tarantula. Typing feel on the Tarantula is very good as well." Read the complete review here.

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