What is the best Razer gaming keyboard/keypad for a beginner?

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by KL30S-Star3, Feb 12, 2018.

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  1. KL30S-Star3

    KL30S-Star3 New Member

    Pretty much the title. I'm a rookie to PC gaming and I want to get a better setup. My main games are Fortnite, eventually Islands of Nyne, and Destiny 2. Maybe more games in the future, but these are the games I want to start out with. So what do you think is the best Razer gaming keyboard/keypad for these types of games?
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2018
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  2. Obviously, if you have the money, you can get their most high end Blackwidow Chroma V2 if you care about macros, mechanical keys, and delicious lighting. (160 or 170 USD)

    If don't care about macros, mech-keys and crazy lights, just go for a Blackwidow Ultimate. It's green, its mean, and its razer.

    Also, for fortnite and destiny, you could invest in a Razer Naga to switch between weapons easily, and if you have the cash, a Razer Naga Trinity. Super helpful in speedy weapon switching. I really don't see keypads as being useful for fortnite and destiny so I'd rather use the money for some nice speakers, led lights, pop figures, usb hubs, you name it.

    Hope this helped you!!! :big_grin_::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_:

    61ktWnNLiVL._SX355_.jpg Heres a Razer Naga Trinity by the way. Being able to switch out the side panels for different kinds of games is real neat.
  3. ChiefNieth

    ChiefNieth Active Member

    My setup is Ornata Chroma and Tartarus V2. Amazing for gaming (Although I mostly use them for work)
  4. .Surf.

    .Surf. Well-Known Member

    I have to agree with @PapaJohnPizzas , it depends on your very taste which type of keyboard and mouse you like. Razer products are not the same, meaning that each has it's own feature, lights, switches, wrist rest, tenkeyless and so on. But the BlackWidow Chroma V2 is very popular and in high demands, as for mouse i would think what kind of games i want to play and then choose. But then again the Naga Trinity is newly released and it kinda has some of the other mices options in it's multiple button side panels which means you can try several types of games not just a primary one.
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  5. Landony8

    Landony8 New Member

    My setup is a Naga Chroma and a Ornata Chroma.
  6. CPhantonex

    CPhantonex New Member

    I use the blackwidow chroma v2 with green switches, I highly recommend it. It has 5 macro buttons, mechanical switches, RGB lighting, and it also comes with a detachable wrist rest. Hope this helps :D
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