Another new product release from Razer today, in the form of a natural successor to the Razer Nostromo, dubbed the Razer Tartarus (Keeping in line with the Spider naming scheme), it is aimed as a cheaper alternative to the Razer Orbweaver Elite Mechanical USB Gaming Keypad.To keep the price down, it follows more in the footsteps of the Nostromo, by utilising simpler and cheaper rubber dome keys rather than having individual mechanical keys, as well as lacking in some of the more ergonomic features.

The Tartarus features 25 Programmable buttons, with 15 of them on the face of the device, as well as having an eight way directional thumbpad. To increase the possibilities with the Tartarus you can also switch between 8 different key maps instantaneously. Whilst having support for Razers own back end software Synapse 2.0, the Tartarus' programmable keys support unlimited length macro binds, with the Synapse software making sure that wherever you go you will also have your personal set up saved and ready to go.

 

About the Razer Tartarus expert gaming keypad

Control an infinite number of commands at your fingertips with the Razer Tartarus expert gaming keypad, featuring 25 membrane keys including a programmable eight-way thumb-pad. The Razer Tartarus is designed to deliver absolute comfort during extended play with an adjustable soft-touch wrist pad. Use Razer Synapse 2.0 to save your custom settings and update from anywhere in the world.

 

Tech Specs

25 Fully programmable keys including an 8-way thumb-pad
Instantaneous switching between 8 key maps
Improved ergonomic form factor
Adjustable soft-touch wrist pad for remarkable comfort
Full anti-ghosting
Unlimited macro lengths
Unlimited game profiles
Backlit keys for total control even under dark conditions
Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled


Approximate Size

Width: 153mm/6.03"
Height: 186mm / 7.32"
Depth: 54.8mm/2.16"
Product weight: 370g/0.66lbs

 

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