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Razer Pro|Type Keyboard

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This keyboard definitely deserves the name “Professional” for how it looks and behaves. The keys do not require much force to push and your fingers slide gracefully over the keyboard when you are typing. The customizable buttons on the left and right of the keyboard definitely give the user enough options to make the keyboard meet their expectations and needs. With the backlight only shining through a couple of keys and the Razer logo, it definitely gives this keyboard some class without overdoing it. The image editing and media player buttons on the left and right sides of the keyboard are very nice to use and come in handy when you need them. The only problem with this, is that unless you set multiple profiles, you’ll have to go and change the default programs so that those keys work like they should. If those keys were universal, that would be much better. Also, the programs that are listed in the drop-down menu are default so you won't be able to use the media player and image editing buttons with any other program other than those specified in the drop-down menu. The iPod docking station on the keyboard is perfect because you don’t have to mess with any cables to transfer music or charge your iPod. Compared to the Logitech G15, this keyboard is small! It’s a little bit longer than a normal keyboard but it’s worth it for how professional and action-packed it is.


  • iPod Docking Station
  • Feel of Keys
  • USB 2.0 Ports on the Keyboard
  • Size
  • Looks
  • Customizability
  • Media Player and Image Editing Buttons



  • Media Player and Image Editing Buttons aren’t universal
  • Limited Applications Supported
  • Only comes in white

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Installation & Configuration
  4. Specifications & Testing
  5. Conclusion
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