Razer BlackWidow Elite | Feel the Difference

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Razer.WolfPack, Aug 31, 2018.

  1. 0V3R_K1LL

    0V3R_K1LL Well-Known Member

    The blackwidow elite has open board design so its easier to clean. Always wanted that but I also wanted a USB pass through.
     
  2. YUGO_

    YUGO_ New Member

    I got it. worth. finally gonna complete my razer selection
     
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  3. Naxterra

    Naxterra New Member

    Sorry but no macro keys no buy for me. I will stick with my Blackwidow v2.
     
  4. AltairIbnLaAhad_

    AltairIbnLaAhad_ New Member

    oh dammit feelsbad man
     
  5. Faysal_Ahmed

    Faysal_Ahmed New Member

    I want this
     
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  6. Asten__

    Asten__ Member

    Mhm do you think the wrist cushion is detacheable?
     
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  7. Kenserky

    Kenserky Active Member

    Normally, it is for all Razer's keyboard.
     
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  8. BiutifulSea

    BiutifulSea Active Member

    I NEED YOU!
     
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  9. thinkdepot910

    thinkdepot910 New Member

    很好
     
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  10. fyBiceps

    fyBiceps New Member

    This is so overpriced here in India almost 260$ omg
     
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  11. Kenserky

    Kenserky Active Member

    Shipping fees include ?
     
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  12. iReqi

    iReqi Member

    Tried it again this morning and had to make some edits.

    Yes it's detachable. The cushion itself feels better (denser, more cushy foam) than the one on my Ornata. I like the slope of the wrist rest WAY better than the Ornata one too too, and the Ornata is really comfy--the Blackwidow Elite is just an overall improvement there. My only complaint would be that the magnet between the wrist rest and keyboard isn't quite strong enough that when I lean on the wrist rest with my elbows or lean forward on it, it pushes up and closer to the keyboard. Over time, the cushioned edge of the rest creeps up and close to the keys and the space bar. I keep pushing it back down into place. This is probably because the slope is different and I could always solve this be leaning my elbows on the desk and not the wrist rest, but it's SO comfortable I'd rather put my elbow there than a hard desk top. :big_grin_:
     
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2018 at 9:38 AM
  13. FreshBot

    FreshBot New Member

    wow
     
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  14. Asten__

    Asten__ Member

    Hi!

    Thank you for explaining!

     
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