FS: Keyboard and Mice Razer Blackwidow Lite (Keyboard)

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immolationepoch

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Expected Price (Rs)
4000
Shipping from
Gurgaon
Item Condition
5 out of 5
Payment Options
  1. Cash
  2. Bank Transfer
Purchase Date
Nov 13, 2020
Shipping Charges
Excluded - at actuals
Have you provided two pics?
  1. Yes
Remaining Warranty Period
10 months
Invoice Available?
Yes
Reason for Sale
Moved to a wireless 60% keyboard with quiter switches.

Hello good people,

There seem to be a lot of keyboard (henceforth kb) sale posts lately, so I'm continuing the trend. The exact make and model on sale is the Razer Blackwidow Lite (Razer Orange switches, which per the internet are very similar to Cherry MX Browns).

The subdued aesthetic caught my eye and the positive reviews sealed the deal just over a year ago. The kb is in excellent condition and I've done my best to ensure that the buyer receives the product in the same condition that I did. The key caps have been washed with warm water and mild soap while the board itself has been cleaned of dust with an ethyl alcohol solution. Please do scroll through the imgur link as I've included a very brief 'type test' video. The kb will come in it's original packaging along with all included accessories (key cap puller and o-rings) and is within warranty. Note that this is NOT a wireless kb. Should be a very decent choice for those who are new to mechanical kbs and don't want to spend a ton of money on a premium product. I've used this happily for both work and gaming.

As always, I'm open to questions/enquiries.

Take care of yourself and if you can, of somebody else too.

Reviews: https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/reviews/razer-black-widow-lite,5910.html, https://www.expertreviews.co.uk/razer/1410026/razer-blackwidow-lite-review
 
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immolationepoch

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How good are the browns for heavy typing?
Though I haven't typed on Browns before, the Razer Orange switches are excellent for rapid typing over an extended period (in my experience of using them extensively for work). Low actuating force and tactile. The tactility comes with a noise penalty, however. I won't call it obscene, but it's definitely noticeable (though the o-rings have a noticeable dampening effect). I value low noise which is why I went for the Reds. Can't say I don't like the smoother, more cushioned feel of the Reds either.
 

Ani_99

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How good are the browns for heavy typing?
I own the same keyboard and I personally never feel the tactile bump unless I go looking for it, moreover given how lightweight the switches are it is very easy to accidentally hit the same key twice when trying to type fast (at least for me).
 

immolationepoch

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I own the same keyboard and I personally never feel the tactile bump unless I go looking for it, moreover given how lightweight the switches are it is very easy to accidentally hit the same key twice when trying to type fast (at least for me).
Agreed. The switches are light and easy to double-press. I did adjust to this eventually and had no issues typing fast and accurately.
 
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