Product on Review: Razer BlackWidow X Chorma
Street Price: UK: £134.99, US: $159.99 (Also available as a Tournament Edition)
Though released a few months ago, we now manage to have a hands on with the BlackWidow X Chroma, something we are rather excited to see. The key differences over the BlackWidow Chroma, is that the BlackWidow X Chroma(BWXC) has a footprint that is approximately 10% smaller, freeing up some precious desk space, as well as having an attractive exposed metal top plate design. The added bonus is, that the BWXC is £15 cheaper than the standard BlackWidow Chroma.
It comes with various specifications we come to expect from a Razer mechanical keyboard, including 1000Hz Ultrapolling, 10-Key rollover, and Razer's own mechanical switches that are rated for 80 million keystrokes. The BWXC does however forego a few things, most notably the USB/audio pass-through.
Overview by Razer
The Razer BlackWidow X Chroma features a whole new look, one that’s been stripped down to reveal a sleek and compact piece of engineering ingenuity. Constructed from military grade metal, the polished body of the Razer BlackWidow X Chroma is both rugged and durable, ensuring you’ll enjoy stellar performance even during the most intense gaming sessions.