Razer recently has launched a separate keyboard like its Razer Blade laptop's keyboard called Star Wars gaming keyboard with touch screen. And its available already at $249.99
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Previously, you probably seen the Razer Blade laptop and most probably you may like its keyboard. If this is right for you then you are lucky. Because, Razer recently launched a separate keyboard like its Razer Blade laptop’s called Star Wars gaming keyboard. Now the company is selling the Star Wars gaming keyboard with LCD Touchpad. Though Razer has designed this with The Star Wars: The Old Republic players in mind. There is no reason to not use the Star Wars keyboard for other games or purposes. This keyboard also has a touchscreen LCD which you can use for various purposes.

Star Wars LCD keyboard, Image credit: ubergizmo.com

By using this keyboard, you can press up to 10 keys simultaneously which is known as anti-ghosting. Above the LCD touchscreen, it has programmable adapted keys and options to use the touchscreen in various ways. You can set the LCD display to show extemporaneous messages, you don’t need to press alt-tab to chat during the play time. Even this LCD display will show more information about the game when you are playing.

You can buy the Star Wars keyboard from ThinkGeek for $259.99 and Razer’s website for $249.99

Source: Ubergizmo

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  On July 21, 2012(4 years, 3 months ago.)

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  1. Vesna 春子 Sunrider Says:

    It looks nice, I wonder how it feels under fingers. Too bad it isn’t wireless :/

    Posted on July 21st, 2012 at 7:39 PM

  2. Bravo Boss Says:

    Every good products has some limitation. I don’t like limitation.

    Posted on July 21st, 2012 at 9:37 PM

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