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Submitted by vaikanen 817d ago | review

Razer Orbweaver review | Examiner.com

Razer’s Orbweaver mechanical speedpad gives us yet another reason not to keep both hands on the keyboard.

The Orbweaver is Razer’s high-end, next generation speedpad—a richly featured and more expensive alternative to Razer’s Nostromo speedpad. The Orbweaver has 20 fully mechanical keys backed by Cherry MX Blue switches—the same as those used in the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate.

Out of the box, the keys basically mimic the common gaming cluster keys on your keyboard (Number keys 1-4, TAB through R, CAPSLK through F, and SHIFT through C). (PC, Razer, Tech) 5/5

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