Razer can make keyboards, and they have proven that more often than not, including in our test. Now there is a new flagship on the market – the Razer Huntsman V2 Analog. We definitely know the design from the predecessors of this Huntsman or the BlackWidow keyboards.
So, besides the simple design, we get analog mechanical switches with a special technology, a renewed palm rest, the Razer-typical lighting and much more. Basically, you want to replace your controller on the desk with this keyboard in a certain way. We test for you how the Razer Huntsman V2 Analog does, and whether a controller becomes superfluous.
|Button switch type||Analog optical switches (Razer)|
|Material||Plastic, aluminum (case cover), synthetic leather (palm rest)|
|Sampling rate||1000 Hz|
|Onboard memory||Hybrid memory (5 key assignment profiles)|
|On-the-Fly System||With FN keys|
|Cable connection||USB-C (USB-A via adapter)|
|Multimedia buttons||4 pieces, digital knob|
Razer Huntsman V2 (Analog Switch) - Gaming Tastatur mit analogen, opto-mechanischen Schaltern (Handballenauflage, digitaler Drehregler, Medientasten, Chroma RGB) QWERTZ | DE-Layout, Schwarz price comparison
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