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This Razer gaming keyboard is tiny, colorful — and 30% off for Cyber Monday

Razer Huntsman Mini
Razer Huntsman Mini (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

Sometimes clickety clacking on your normal keyboard isn't enough. Maybe you're annoyed at how big your current one is, or how lacking in RGB flair it is, or you have some other completely valid gripe with it that Razer's Huntsman Mini just so happens to be perfectly equipped to remedy. If all of this sounds like a good deal to you, wait until you hear the price.

Razer's Huntsman Mini keyboard (opens in new tab), which is 60% the size of a normal keyboard, is down to $80, $40 off its usual tag. This aluminum-framed, RGB-enhanced USB-C keyboard does more than just look and feel good. It also features Razer Optical switches that "use light-based actuation, registering key presses at the speed of light (30% shorter actuation distance than other clicky switches at 1.5 millimeter) with satisfying, clicky feedback." So, in the event you need the speed of light itself on your side to win a simple match of Rainbow Six Siege, you know where to go.

The Huntsman Mini comes in a variety of fun colors, though only the two basic options, "Classic Black" and "Mercury White" are on sale for the $80 price mentioned above.

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The Huntsman mini is small, registers key inputs at the speed of light, and glows pretty colors, all for the price of $80. It's still not the cheapest PC accessory out there, but it was never going to be.

If you're a Razer fan and want more of the brand's insane Cyber Monday savings opportunities, check out the best Cyber Monday Razer deals. You can get all kinds of goodies at a steep discount right now, from wireless mice to fancy PCs. Though, if you want gaming hardware that's a little less expensive, check out the Cyber Monday pre-built gaming PC deals. They may not be Razer laptops, but they're also not as hard on the wallet.

Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to robert.carnevale@futurenet.com.