Razer brings low-latency tech to its most popular gaming accessories

Blackwidow V3 Pro Family
Blackwidow V3 Pro Family (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • Razer announced a range of wireless accessories that feature low-latency wireless connectivity.
  • The BlackShark V2 Pro, DeathAdder V2 Pro, and the BlackWidow V3 Pro are available starting today.
  • Razer HyperSpeed Wireless technology has a latency of just 195 microseconds.

Razer unveiled a collection of wireless peripherals; the BlackShark V2 Pro, DeathAdder V2 Pro, and the BlackWidow V3 Pro. The accessories feature Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology, which focuses on maintaining a stable and fast connection.

Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology has a wireless latency of only 195 microseconds (0.195 milliseconds). It accomplishes this with a combination of optimized data protocols and adaptive frequency technology.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro

Razer Blackshark V2 Pro Lifestyle

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The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro headset builds off of the Razer BlackShark V2, which tops of list of best Razer headsets and adds a new microphone housing and an additional speaker chamber. The headset gets up to 24 hours of battery life and can stay connected to a device with a wireless range of 12 meters.

The BlackShark V2 Pro has TriForce Titanium 50mm Drivers. Thanks to its added speaker chamber, the headset should deliver clear audio across a range of frequencies. The headset also supports THX Spatial Audio with Game Profiles, which brings 360-degree audio to the headset.

The microphone on the BlackShark V2 Pro is a 9.9mm Razer Hyperclearn Supercardioid Mic. The headset has improved voice isolation and optimized housing for more clarity.

The BlackShark V2 Pro weighs 320g and has memory foam ear cushions. Both the headset's headband and ear cushions use FlowKnit fabric, which reduces how much sweat stays on your head.

The BlackShark V2 Pro starts at $180 and is available today.

Razer DeathAdder V2

Deathadder V2 Pro

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The original DeathAdder is an extremely popular gaming mouse, with over 10 million units shipped since its launch in 2006. The DeathAdder V2 refreshed the iconic gaming mouse and made internal changes that earned which makes it the best Razer mouse to date. The DeathAdder V2 Pro builds off of those designs while adding Razer HyperSpeed Wireless technology.

The DeathAdder V2 Pro features upgraded 2nd Gen Razer optical mouse switches rated for 70 million clicks. The mouse features eight programmable buttons that you can customize through Razer Synapse 3. It can store five memory profiles internally.

If you have a Razer Mouse Dock Chroma, which is sold separately, you can charge your DeathAdder V2 Pro on it.

If you use a Bluetooth connection, the DeathAdder V2 Pro gets 120 hours of battery life. Switching to Razer HyperSpeeed Wireless drops the battery life down to 70 hours. You can also plug the mouse into a PC through a Razer Speedflex cable.

The Razer DeathAdder V2 is available for $130 starting today.

Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro

Blackwidow V3 Pro

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The BlackWidow V3 Pro adds a wireless keyboard to the new set of wireless accessories from Razer. It shares a lot with the Razer Blackwidow that's one of the best Razer keyboards, with the obvious difference of the V3 Pro being wireless.

The BlackWidow V3 Pro features improved Razer Mechanical Switches and Doubleshot ABS keycaps. Its Razer Yellow Mechanical Switches have silicon sound dampeners on each key to keep noise levels down.

The housing of the keyboard is transparent, so Razer Chroma RGB lighting shines brighter through it.

The BlackWidow V3 Pro gets up to 200 hours of battery life. You can also connect the keyboard to a PC with a USB-C cable if you prefer a wired connection. The keyboard also supports Bluetooth, allowing it to connect with up to three devices.

You can grab the Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro starting today at $230.

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