Last week we told you all about Razer’s Battlefield 3 controller for Xbox 360 and their Battlefield 3 iPhone 4 Protection Case and people liked what they saw, well now we have some more goodies to tell you about which should make playing Battlefield 3 on your PC even better.
Let’s start with the Battlefield 3 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate gaming keyboard – this will set you back $139.99 / â‚¬139.99 and for this price you get a whole host of features at your disposal. It boasts full mechanical keys with 50g actuation force, which are backlit and offer 5 levels of lighting also you can program keys with on-the-fly macro recording and you have the ability to deactivate the Windows key when in gaming mode. You can plug in your headset via the 3.5mm audio-out / Mic-in jacks and you can plug in USB devices via the USB-pass-through. Razer also tell us that you can customize 10 different software profiles and configure 5 additional macro keys – below you can see a photo of this keyboard, do you like the design?
If you are using a decent keyboard you do not want to be let down by a sub-standard mouse – well this is where the Battlefield 3 Razer Imperator gaming mouse comes in. This mouse features a 6400dpi 4G dual sensor system which should give you great accuracy, also there are adjustable side buttons and the ability to adjust sensitivity on-the-fly and you can save your settings on the mouse’s onboard memory – neat eh? Other things worth mentioning include its seven independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons, ergonomic right-handed design (with rubberized thumb grip) and 200 inches per second acceleration. This mouse will cost you $79.99 / â‚¬79.99 and can be seen below.
Both of the products mentioned in this post will arrive when Battlefield 3 does, October 25th, below we have embedded images showing you two other Razer products you may want to check out, these are the Battlefield 3 Razer Messenger Bag $79.99 / â‚¬79.99 and the Battlefield 3 Razer Scarab hard mouse mat $39.99 / â‚¬39.99 – both seem a little expensive to us, what do you think?
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