Razer Huntsman V2: a new gaming keyboard based on ‘silencers’

With the Huntsman V2, Razer is introducing the next generation of flagship keyboards for gamers, which will be made available with improved optical switches, and for the first time with silicon noise suppressors. The consoles are now available at prices starting at 160 euros.

The Razer Huntsman, which has since become one of the best-selling gaming consoles in the United States, is now a descendant. According to the manufacturer, the V2 upgrade offers features like second-generation Razer optical switches, 8K HyperPolling technology, and dual PBT keycaps. In addition, another silicone layer inside the keyboard should have a positive effect on background noise and thus reduce the volume of keystrokes. There is also talk of a nice layover.

Improved switches, robust keycaps, and elite style classics

Razer offers the Huntsman V2 with improved optical, clickable (purple) and linear (red) switches. For the latter, the manufacturer promises a “gentle, no-fuss version.” With a sampling rate of up to 8000Hz (HyperPolling), the whole thing should also be done with particularly low latency. The so-called DoubleShot casting process is used for the keycaps of the new gaming keyboard.

As is common with its predecessor, the Huntsman Elite, Razer also supplies the Huntsman V2 with a magnetic faux leather palm rest and additional media control buttons. As before, the gaming keyboard has a matte aluminum housing, Razer Chroma RGB lighting, and hybrid memory built in for a total of five gamer profiles. As an alternative to the full-size version with a numeric keypad, a “Tenkeyless” version without a number pad is available. Prices start at €199.99 and €169.99 at the Razer Store and at retailers like Amazon.

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