Razer is stepping a bit outside of their normal RGB infused gaming peripherals and giving it a shot in the more professional space.  The idea behind the Black Widow Lite is to deliver a high grade keyboard solution that is able to deliver in the workplace with silent but tactile Razer Orange switches, but can also deliver in gaming when needed.  Gone is the RGB and left in it's place is a beautiful pure white LED per key lighting.  The decision to go ten key-less for their first foray into the work space is an interesting one that seems to pay off for mobile users who want to be able to quickly deploy a mobile workstation in something like a hotel room when traveling, I know I will be.

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Wccftech Rating

A solid offering that's a bit understated. Able to be taken serious but still get it's game on when the workday ends.

  • Compact and Portable
  • Clean design
  • removable cable
  • Pure white LEDs
  • A little pricey
  • Unable to control per key lighting, would have been nice to zone keys
  • TKL is a little odd for productivity.

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