This on-sale keyboard is perfect for PC gamers

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If you or someone you know is a PC gamer, the BlackWidow Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard from Razer is a name you should be familiar with. Razer is one of the top creators of high-performing gaming hardware, software and systems — and the BlackWidow keyboard is no exception.

Right now, when purchased through Amazon, you can get it for $129.99, which is 24 percent off the keyboard’s original price of $169.99.

Shop: Razer BlackWidow Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, $129.99


There are three options available for the keys, which are denoted by color: Green is tactile and clicky, yellow is tactile and silent, and orange is linear and silent. Depending on what your gaming style is, the keyboard can be optimized and personalized to you and your tastes. You can customize the key lighting, bindings and macros, with over a million possible color schemes.

The keyboard is also liquid and dust resistant, so you won’t have to worry too much about minor spills or cleaning it often. It’s durable and can withstand up to 80 million clicks. Plus, there are USB ports and an audio input on the side so your cords can stay organized and your desk can stay clutter-free, and a comfortable wrist guard so you can game all day long. 

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