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Razer Aurantia gaming keyboard - for China only

Posted on Wednesday, July 02 2008 @ 00:45:40 CEST by

Razer unveiled a new entry-level gaming keyboard dubbed Razer Aurantia but it's available exclusive to China. The keyboard will be sold together with the Razer Salmosa (China Pro-Gaming Edition) in mid-July for 399 yuan (roughly $59).
With 104 fully programmable keys, the Razer Aurantia empowers gamers to play at unprecedented speeds activated at a mere touch of a button. Coupled with drivers which support macros and unique gaming profiles, the ultra-portable Razer Aurantia is designed to allow gamers to dominate in games.

Each macro-programmable key enables a variety of commands and executions to be bound to the entire keytop, enabling efficient and lightning-fast game-play. Meanwhile, the 10 customizable profiles allow storage of individual keyboard configurations for up to 10 games with the Razer Aurantia’s software profiles. Additionally, the Razer Aurantia also sports gaming function keys which can disable the Windows key, switch profiles and switch off the volume in-game, all without ever disrupting gameplay.

  • 104 programmable keys with macro capabilities
  • Three additional keys for ‘gaming mode,’ ‘profile switching,’ and ‘mute’ functions
  • 10 customizable software profiles with on-the-fly switching
  • Detachable non-slip wrist rest
  • Approximate size: 446mm (length) x 205mm (width) x 29mm (height) – with wrist rest



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