Worry Less About Spills with the New Razer Blackwidow Ultimate

It’s very common to use a computer with a beverage nearby. Seeing that we typically spend so many hours behind the screen and keyboard, of course, there will be times when we’re snacking or drinking while doing our work. But, as some have unfortunately come to learn the hard way, drinking while near your computer is always a risk. There are many folks who’ve accidentally spilled a beverage into their keyboard (or even worse, on their laptop). This, of course, usually results in the keyboard totally dying, as is the case with most electronics that get wet.

The folks over at Razer have taken this long-standing issue into consideration, and have created a new keyboard which will give you less to worry about when you’re drinking your morning coffee next to your precious PC.

This is the Blackwidow Ultimate. Recently released, this mechanical keyboard has an IP54 certified rating for water and dust resistance. So, as you can see by the incredibly dramatic image above, it can definitely take quite a few of those dreadful accidental spills.

You can grab one now for $109.99. The color scheme is green, but it does have dynamic lighting effects to make the presentation cooler.  Here’s a rundown of the specs:

  • Razer™ Mechanical Switches with 50 g actuation force
  • 80 million keystroke life span
  • Water- and Dust-Resistant
  • 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting
  • Individually backlit keys with dynamic lighting effects
  • Razer™ Mechanical Switches with 50 g actuation force
  • 80 million keystroke life span
  • Water- and Dust-Resistant – IP54 Certified
  • 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting
  • Razer Synapse enabled
  • Individually backlit keys with dynamic lighting effects
  • Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording
  • Gaming mode option
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling

You can read more about the new Blackwidow Ultimate here. 4

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