Many members of the workforce are returning to the office after over 18 months of working from home. But folks might not be quite ready to give up on some of the luxuries they treated themselves to while they were cooped up in a private workspace. Perhaps you picked up a fancy , but don’t want to take it to the office, since the clacking might annoy your coworkers.
Perhaps with that in mind, has a couple of new products in its Productivity lineup that might give you that enjoyable tactile typing and clicking sensation without infuriating those around you. The Pro Type Ultra wireless keyboard and new Pro Click Mini mouse have “silent mechanical switches,” which Razer says will offer a quieter experience wherever you’re working from.
The keyboard also has dampening foam to mitigate the sound, and Razer claims the keys will be good for up to 80 million presses. The fingerprint-resistant keycaps have a “soft-touch coating for a luxurious, cushioned feel,” according to the company. A wrist rest is included too.
Razer says you’ll get up to 214 hours of use over Bluetooth and up to 207 hours of use via the low-latency Razer HyperSpeed Wireless connection before you need to recharge the keyboard. You can use it in wired mode over USB-C too. In addition, you’ll be able to connect up to four devices and switch between them without having to re-pair them with a Pro Type Ultra.
If you’re buying a new keyboard, you might want a matching mouse. As luck would have it, the Pro Click Mouse shares the Pro Type Ultra’s white, dull-by-Razer-standards design. You can also pair the mouse (which isn’t entirely silent on Razer’s website) with up to four devices.
There are a few scroll-wheel modes you can switch between depending on your current task. The free-spin mode is designed for zooming through long documents and webpages, tilt-click is geared toward horizontal scrolling and tactile mode is centered around more precise scrolling.
The mouse is rated for up to 15 million clicks. Razer claims you’ll get up to 725 hours of battery life over Bluetooth and up to 465 hours via Razer HyperSpeed Wireless if you’re using two AA batteries. There’s an option to use only one battery if you’d prefer to reduce the weight. If you decide to pick up both the keyboard and mouse, you can pair them to the same USB dongle to free up a port on your computer.
The Pro Click Mini is available now from Razer’s website and other retailers. The Pro Type Ultra keyboard costs , and will be available by the end of the year. Razer also introduced an enormous Pro Glide XXL mousepad with “thick, high-density rubber foam,” which will run you $30.
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