Weekend Warrior: Razer takes a big swing at productivity peripherals – Ausdroid

Razer is a name that is synonymous with high-quality gaming peripherals, including mice, keyboards, and headphones. So it may come as a surprise to some that their latest hardware is geared towards productivity. All three devices cover all user touch inputs and look great too.

With a focus on the fact that there are still a lot of people around the world who work from home; The Pro range of hardware has been designed to offer great battery life, connectivity, incredible touch and tactileness while remaining silent so as not to disturb your co-workers or family.

Pro Click Mini Wireless Mouse
– AU $ 139.00

It’s designed to work in a desktop environment and fit in your bag for the convenience of a mouse on the go. The switches are almost silent and have a capacity of 15 million clicks, so this is not a mouse that you will be looking to replace in 12 months, it should last a long time.

Moving between devices is not a problem for this mouse because you have the option to connect up to four: 3 via Bluetooth and 1 via the included 2.4GHz dongle. The 5G optical sensor (with your choice of 400/800/1600 (default) / 3200/6400 DPI) will bring high precision to users, with the features of the 4-way tilt wheel (which gives users the ability to vertical and horizontal scrolling). I have a lot of control available to you

Surprisingly, you will enjoy around 725 hours of battery life on Bluetooth, or 465 hours if connected to the wireless dongle.

Pro Type Ultra Wireless Keyboard – $ 279.00

Razer keyboards are often recognized for their colorful presentation, this time with a more subtle offering. Razer has stepped back a bit to enter the workspace. The yellow mechanical switches are quiet and tested for up to 80 million triggers and are adorned with soft-touch keys and complemented by a well-padded wrist rest to keep your typing experience comfortable throughout the day.

When it comes to connectivity, it’s ready to use the same Bluetooth and dongle connectivity (you can connect multiple razer devices to a single dongle) as the previous Click Mini and over 200 hours of battery life. If it is tied to the desk, you will be able to charge your keyboard while it is in use, so you should never deprive yourself of the keyboard.

Pro Glide XXL Mouse Pad – $ 52.00

Closing the range is the Pro Glide XXL mouse pad, similar in size to the Razer Gigantus we’ve reviewed above, it’s a pad that’s more designed to be a desk pad (940x410x3mm) that improves comfort for the workday.

The surface of the mat has a textured surface that is designed for durability and precision of movement with the mouse. The rubber base ensures it won’t slip and provides a soft and comfortable base for your keyboard, mouse, and whatever else you have on your desk.

Speaking of the range, Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Peripherals Business Unit, said:

Today’s workspace can be anywhere: in the office building, at home on the dining room table, on the train, or in the air. Regardless of where the user is located, the Razer Pro range has workflow-enhancing features for every task and situation, from quiet, non-distracting mouse switches to smooth, all-day touch keys, allowing users to users work effectively wherever they are.

Since the hardware has many of the same features as its gaming peripherals, the Razer Pro range could work for a home office and gaming setup. If you are looking for a new keyboard, mouse or combination, would you consider the Razer Pro range for your home or office needs?

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