Razer announces three new consoles under the Deathstalker name. It’s been ten years since a new model was last added to Razer’s Deathstalker line. Keyboards have low-profile optical mechanical switches.
Razer consoles get all three titles Deathstalker V2.0.0 Update Along. Deathstalker V2 Pro is the most complete model and can be connected wirelessly to a device via bluetooth or ubs dongle. These different devices can be connected to the keyboard simultaneously via Bluetooth, so users can quickly switch between devices. The Deathstalker V2 Pro Tenkeyless is about the same except for the size. The Tenkeyless version lacks a numpad and therefore has a smaller form factor.
Then there is the Deathstalker V2 without the “pro” addition. This is a wired version of the Deathstalker. All three consoles are equipped with proprietary Razer light switches. These switches have a lower profile than regular mechanical switches, so Deathstalker keyboards have a lower profile. There is a choice of both linear and click keys.
Moreover, all three Razer keyboards are equipped with RGB lighting. Wireless versions have a battery life of 40 hours with the Pro version. With the Tenkeyless version, the battery should last for 50 hours. The keyboards come with ABS plastic keycaps.
New Deathstalker consoles are also appearing in Benelux. The wired Deathstalker V2 costs €200, the Deathstalker V2 Pro Tenkeyless costs €220, and for those who can not do without a digital board, the price is up to €250. Only Deathstalker Pro is currently available. The other two versions will be released later in the third quarter.