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Wednesday, 02 July 2008 19:49

Razer launches a new gaming keyboard

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Exclusively for Chinese market

Razer has announced its newest addition to its gaming keyboard lineup called Aurantia, which is going to be sold in China only.

With the wrist rest attached, the Aurantia measures at 446 x 205 x 29mm (LxWxH). It comes with 104 programmable keys with macro capabilities and three keys for "gaming mode" which disables the Windows key, "profile switching" and "mute" functions.

The Aurantia has a red/orange like back light and will be bundled with Razer Salmosa mouse. The new keyboard will debut at ChinaJoy 2008 in Shanghai later this month and it will come with the suggested price of RMB 399.

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