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Wednesday, 16 June 2010 12:09

Razer shows its Starcraft II peripherals

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Mouse, keyboard and headset

Razer has finally shed all the details regarding its upcoming Starcraft II-themed peripherals which include the Spectre gaming mouse, Marauder keyboard and the Banshee headset. All three will feature a rather distinctive multi-colour glow and some pretty impressive specs and features.

The Specter continues Razer's legacy of wired mice and features 5600 DPI Razer Precision 3.5G laser sensor, five buttons, 1ms response time and a noted, rather impressive glow that is a part of Razer's APM (Actions-per-minute) lightning system. APM Lightning system will also be able to provide game alerts in real time with a range of different customizable colours. Razer also included the Button Force Adjustment for the left-click button as well as the regular Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet and gold-plated USB connector.

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The Marauder keyboard looks like something that really came out of StarCraft II world and in addition to the same APM Lightning system it comes with elevated keys for additional precision, on-the-fly macro recording, laser etched keys, and an ergonomically optimized wrist-rest.

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The last but no least, is the Banshee gaming headset that features circumaural earcups with 50mm driver units for optimal sound output and isolation, the same APM Lightning system seen on both the Spectre and the Marauder, detachable microphone, volume and mic control buttons on the headset and full equalizer functionality with 8 preset settings or a custom one.

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All three are currently listed at Razer's web site with a price of US $79.99 for the Spectre mouse, and US $119.99 for the Marauder keyboard or the Banshee headset. Unfortunately, the exact date hasn't been announced but they should be available sometimes during Q3.

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