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Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard w/ RGB Backlight EXPIRED

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Best Buy has for My Best Buy Members (free to join): Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro Full Size Wireless Mechanical Green Switch Gaming Keyboard w/ Chroma RGB Backlighting (Black, RZ03-03530200-R3U1) on sale for $132.99 (discount reflects on product page). Shipping is free.

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Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro Mechanical Wireless Gaming Keyboard: Green Mechanical Switches - Tactile & Clicky - Chroma RGB Lighting - Doubleshot ABS Keycaps - Transparent Switch Housing - Bluetooth/2.4GHz --> $139.99 (REG. 229.99)

model number: RZ03-03530200-R3U1

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  • 3 Modes of Connectivity: Supports Bluetooth for efficient power consumption, HyperSpeed Wireless for lag-free gaming, and USB-C for charging while in use
  • Signature Mechanical Switch for Gaming: Razer Green switch technology provides a satisfying clicky sound with 50 G of actuation force, ideal for typing and gaming requiring the highest accuracy
  • Brighter Than Ever Transparent Switch Housing: A completely clear design allows for intense lighting for better immersion in integrated games and lighting setups
  • Doubleshot ABS Keycaps: Using a doubleshot molding process to ensure the labelling never wears off, the keycaps also have extra-thick walls for toughness
  • Ergonomic, Magnetic Wrist Rest: Made of plush leatherette to maximize comfort over extended gaming sessions
  • Durable Construction: Supports up to 80 million clicks; made of military-grade metal top plate
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nikkwong asked this question on 11-27-2021 at 02:45 PM
11-29-2021 at 09:00 AM
i'm not a typist myself but I guess if you happen to type around 200 words per min then you'll get the value of this.

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I'm not sure if they resolved that, but to be honest man Razer's software is so intrusive, buggy, and unnecessary, I just can't recommend any of their PC peripherals that need it. I'd literally recommend any of the main gaming brands keyboards, mice, etc over anything Razer unless you really really needed something specific they offer (like the Naga or Viper Ultimate for lefties)

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This is a smoking deal.
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How is the software vulnerabilities with the admin privileges being addressed? Is it fixed?
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How because it's wireless? The wired version goes for $100 at times
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How because it's wireless? The wired version goes for $100 at times
Good low latency wireless mechanical keyboards are pricey. Logitech G915 is like almost double this.

The only mid tier option I'm even aware of is the G613 at like $60-$70, but this is a much nicer keyboard.
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How is the software vulnerabilities with the admin privileges being addressed? Is it fixed?
I'm not sure if they resolved that, but to be honest man Razer's software is so intrusive, buggy, and unnecessary, I just can't recommend any of their PC peripherals that need it. I'd literally recommend any of the main gaming brands keyboards, mice, etc over anything Razer unless you really really needed something specific they offer (like the Naga or Viper Ultimate for lefties)
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Wish this had macro keys like the g915. That would cross everything off my checklist.
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How because it's wireless? The wired version goes for $100 at times
The wired v3 is 89.99 on target and Amazon right now I think
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My other keyboard is a Behringer PRO-1
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How's this compare to the Corsair mk70
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Good low latency wireless mechanical keyboards are pricey. Logitech G915 is like almost double this.

The only mid tier option I'm even aware of is the G613 at like $60-$70, but this is a much nicer keyboard.
Isn't the G915 a better keyboard? i'm debating if i want the TKL version at $180
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Isn't the G915 a better keyboard? i'm debating if i want the TKL version at $180
I'm not much of a keyboard enthusiast, so I'm not sure. I'd prefer the TKL version as well though. Gives more room on a lapdesk. I use my G613 for gaming on my couch, and it's so freaking huge I barely have room for a mouse on the lap desk I use.
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I actually just replaced my wired green switch version. The volume knob started acting up and wasn't responding consistently or was raising the volume when I went to turn it down. The software has been a major headache for periods of time when a bad update was released. Attempting to use the keyboard with a keyboard/mouse switcher is just asking for pain and suffering. It will work at first but then it will start acting up... Then it will work again... Then it will stop... You'll lose your mind thinking it's the USB ports on your motherboard or something else messing it up but really it's just due to it being incompatible with a switcher in general (I ended up discovering that on a Reddit thread).

Other than the quality issues I really do love their green switches but I found an open box das keyboard pro for $101 and jumped on it. No clunky software. Switches are official cherry blues... Just all around quality and no frills or complications.
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Quote from FuschiaRaccoon516 :
I'm not sure if they resolved that, but to be honest man Razer's software is so intrusive, buggy, and unnecessary, I just can't recommend any of their PC peripherals that need it. I'd literally recommend any of the main gaming brands keyboards, mice, etc over anything Razer unless you really really needed something specific they offer (like the Naga or Viper Ultimate for lefties)
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I use G-Hub @ home & Synapse at work so I have tons of experience with both... Razer's software is still superior despite its flaws...
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