The Razer Huntsman Mini is a tiny gaming keyboard, and now it has a tiny price
The Razer Huntsman Mini only takes up 60% of the space of a normal keyboard, and now it's almost 17% off.
What do you get when you take one of the best gaming keyboards, the Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition, and shrink it down to take up only 60% of the space? You get the Razer Huntsman Mini. The compact keyboard is currently on sale for $100 through Amazon and Best Buy, which is $20 off of its normal price.
The Huntsman Mini is a small and modern keyboard with optical switches. You can even choose between linear or clicky switches for the keyboard. It includes several high-end features, including N-key roll-over with built-in anti-ghosting, 1000 Hz Ultrapolling, and hybrid onboard storage for up to five keybinding profiles.
Small but mighty
Razer's new Huntsman Mini takes the legendary keyboard and reduces it to just 60 percent of its original size by omitting dedicated keys for function, numbers, and media. However, it retains its excellent optical switches and Doubleshot PBT keycaps.
"Typists, minimalists, and gamers who need more desk space will appreciate what the tiny Huntsman Mini offers. With excellent linear optical switches, beautiful colorways, and RGB options, this is one fun mini keyboard," says our executive editor Daniel Rubino in his Razer Huntsman Mini review.
In addition to its impressive feature set and performance, the Razer Huntsman Mini is also quite the looker. Rubino also says in his review, "Besides getting all the benefits of the Huntsman keyboard, this tiny keyboard simply looks great. There's something fun about such a clean, no-frills design that, combined with RGB and some colored keycaps, makes a bold statement."
One of the only downsides to the keyboard is its price. It's not the most expensive keyboard in its category, but it isn't exactly cheap. With $20 knocked off the price, it becomes easier to pick up. With the current sale, the Razer Huntsman Mini lines up directly against the HyperX Alloy Origins 60, which also earns rave reviews from Rubino.
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