Razer has announced the launch of a range of keyboard accessory sets, including the Razer Phantom Keycap Upgrade Set, PBT Keycap + Coiled Cable Upgrade Set, and Ergonomic Wrist Rests for mini and TKL keyboards.
The hardware brand says the Razer keyboard accessory sets ‘allow anyone to ‘easily create their perfect keyboard look and feel’.
The Razer Phantom Keycap Upgrade Set (€39.99) is available as a 128-keycap set, in black or white, and is compatible with all of Razer’s Mini, Tenkeyless, and full-sized mechanical/optical keyboards with standard bottom row US and UK layouts.
The Razer Phantom Keycaps are also available on the Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed Phantom Edition, which also launched yesterday.
Them there’s the Razer PBT Keycap + Coiled Cable Upgrade Set, priced at €59.99, which brings Doubleshot PBT keycaps to any keyboard, while the coiled USB-C to USB-A cable aims for a clutter-free look, with a braided fiber design.
The PBT Keycap + Coiled Cable Upgrade set is available in four colours; Razer Green, Classic Black, Mercury White and Quartz Pink. It works with Razer’s 60%, Tenkeyless, and full-sized mechanical/optical keyboards, and consists of 120 keycaps, compatible with standard bottom row US and UK layouts.
Razer has also revealed new Ergonomic Wrist Rests for all Mini or Tenkeyless keyboards, featuring a memory foam interior and an incline for wrist support, plus anti-slip rubber feet. They are priced at €24.99 MSRP each.
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