The Razer Deathstalker Chroma is the keyboard used by many professional gamers.
One of the main professionals in the Quake world is Liquid Rapha.
The Razer DeathStalker Chroma membrane gaming keyboard delivers merciless power when it is designed with slim chiclet keycaps for shorter travel distance and rapid-fire actuations. Your fingers will be flying across the low-profile keys at lightning speed and in comfort, executing commands for your master plan faster than enemies can react.
Turns out that this keyboard isn’t offered NEW anymore.
Also, this is not a MECHANICAL Keyboard. That being said you don’t need a Mechanical Keyboard to play video games.
Although they are nice and handle inputs very nicely, they normally are expensive and very loud.
Rapha plays with this in his lap I’m assuming for its lightweight and sleek design.
It is still a great keyboard below you can find a link to the product page where you can purchase off of Amazon. Also below this page what I think is the current successor to the keyboard.
New Keyboard with Almost Same Design
The Razer Cynosa Chroma seems to be the successor for the Razer Deathstalker Chroma.
So if you want to save some money instead of purchasing a used Deathstalker. You might be happy with the design and price of the Razer Cynosa Chroma.
Our soft cushioned gaming keys provide comfort with better housing support compared to rubber dome keyboards, so every keypress is solid. With each stroke, experience full key travel and responsiveness so you can be assured of striking with deadly precision no matter what game you play.
Again these keyboards are not Mechanical keyboards. That doesn’t make them bad keyboards.
Recently I’ve been using a cheaper keyboard that feels mechanical and it has been fine.
The keys do protrude a bit further than they do with the Deathstalker. That shouldn’t matter too much unless you like having skinner keycaps.
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