Razer today took the wraps off a few new products, including several models of its BlackWidow line of mechanical keyboards and a mouse that looks, and moves, like an evil Transformer.
The first keyboard is the BlackWidow Ultimate 2013, going on sale next month and costing $US130. Razer says the improvements include "green backlighting and an anti-fingerprint matte black finish", as well as "improved anti-ghosting which supports up to 10 simultaneous key presses in gaming mode".
The regular BlackWidow has been refreshed as well, as has the BlackWidow Tournament Edition, both of which also go on sale in August and will cost $US100 and $US80 respectively.
The Ouroboros, meanwhile, is a mouse that looks to do much the same thing as Cyborg's R.A.T.7, only with a less lethal design and slightly slicker implementation.
It's also ambidextrous, if you're into that kind of devilry.
With 11 programmable buttons and 12 hours battery life (it's wireless), it'll cost $US130 when it's released in Q4 of this year.