Razer Tartarus Chroma Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅06-10-15
Closer Look

The ergonomic bulge can clearly be seen focussed in the centre, at a total height of 54.8mm.

From behind you get a real sense of depth to the wrist pad.

On the left you can see the thumbpad and other controls, while on the right there are LED indicators to display which of the profiles you are in.

From the front you can see that the keys aren't just arranged in a traditional keyboard layout, but more in an angled grid, with the rear row having forward facing keycaps to improve tactile awareness, and make them easier to press.

The thumb pad is an 8 directional wheel, the button above by default is registered as ALT, while the bar at the bottom is 'SPACE'.

The Tartarus Chroma is fairly widespread, suitable for large hands, though the grip can be adjusted into two positions.

Underneath you can more clearly see the latch that adjusts the grip size, as well as view the non-slip rubber feet.

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