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xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend
xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend
xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend
xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend
xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend
xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend

xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend

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What is xvdeos ertico Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keyboard: Mecha-Membrane Keys: 32 Programmable Keys: Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting: Programmable Macros: Classic Black gift for best friend?
      I was really hoping I could enjoy using this, xvdeos ertico but I xvdeos ertico just can't. I have a different game pad like this, but xvdeos ertico figured if I enjoyed the Razer one, I'd xvdeos ertico keep xvdeos ertico it at home and bring my other xvdeos ertico one xvdeos ertico to xvdeos ertico my xvdeos ertico work office once xvdeos ertico we're xvdeos ertico back to xvdeos ertico working in xvdeos ertico person.Maybe xvdeos ertico my keyboard use is weird for gaming or I'm simply used to/looking xvdeos ertico for something xvdeos ertico else xvdeos ertico than this offers, but I felt like using the Tartarus actually hindered my gameplay more xvdeos ertico than xvdeos ertico it did xvdeos ertico help. xvdeos ertico I xvdeos ertico really like having my xvdeos ertico hand xvdeos ertico well off to the left xvdeos ertico of my setup xvdeos ertico to xvdeos ertico keep my xvdeos ertico body xvdeos ertico from being xvdeos ertico super cramped up, so I've been playing around with game pads so I can keep xvdeos ertico my xvdeos ertico typing keyboard xvdeos ertico front-and-center, xvdeos ertico but use the game pad for xvdeos ertico actual gameplay. Let's break down the pros and cons, because it does have some xvdeos ertico positive features, but for me, the cons xvdeos ertico significantly outweigh the pros, especially for the price.(assuming Apex xvdeos ertico gameplay, here's the button xvdeos ertico bindings xvdeos ertico I remember since I xvdeos ertico only used it for a few days before I unplugged it and xvdeos ertico stopped using it xvdeos ertico (doing this by Column, not Row, so buttons 01, 06, 11, 16 will be first, etc)01: Tab xvdeos ertico (hypershift: Esc)06: disabled11: L-Shift16: L-Ctrl02: 1 xvdeos ertico (I xvdeos ertico think)07: xvdeos ertico I swapped between "Q" xvdeos ertico and "Disabled"12: A17: Z03: Disabled08: xvdeos ertico W13: S18: xvdeos ertico X04: 309: xvdeos ertico E xvdeos ertico (Hypershift: T)14: D19: Either ("C" or "V") or "Disabled", but xvdeos ertico I think xvdeos ertico I xvdeos ertico made xvdeos ertico this "V"05: 510: R (Hypsershift T)15: disabled (I think) (Hypershift F, I think)Scroll wheel: xvdeos ertico normal xvdeos ertico scroll wheel actionsProfile Switch Button: HypershiftD-pad Up: MD-pad xvdeos ertico Left: QD-pad xvdeos ertico Down: B or Disabled, xvdeos ertico but I think xvdeos ertico DisabledD-pad xvdeos ertico Right: Disabled (I xvdeos ertico think)20: SpaceAnd xvdeos ertico bindings on my xvdeos ertico mouse that xvdeos ertico I needed so I could not xvdeos ertico use my xvdeos ertico full keyboard:V (melee)B (change weapon fire mode)GPros:- xvdeos ertico Firstly, I, personally, really loved xvdeos ertico the way it felt under xvdeos ertico my xvdeos ertico hand. I've got larger hands, so xvdeos ertico the shape and overall positioning of the d-pad and wrist rest were absolutely lovely- xvdeos ertico Secondly, it connects xvdeos ertico with Razer synapse 3. xvdeos ertico Considering my main keyboard xvdeos ertico is the xvdeos ertico Blackwidow xvdeos ertico Chroma v2, I xvdeos ertico thought xvdeos ertico having a game xvdeos ertico pad that would match xvdeos ertico my xvdeos ertico color setup and be able xvdeos ertico to interact between xvdeos ertico each other would be great (since only xvdeos ertico other Razer products can xvdeos ertico do things like xvdeos ertico change the profile or preset)- Thirdly, it genuinely felt like xvdeos ertico it had fairly solid construction relatively on-par with the Blackwidow Chroma v2 xvdeos ertico and xvdeos ertico the Sabertooth 360 controller I have.- Fourthly, for specifically the d-pad, the placement was SO comfy for me. I know xvdeos ertico my first point mentioned it, xvdeos ertico but specifically xvdeos ertico the d-pad was just perfectly xvdeos ertico placed, and xvdeos ertico felt quite xvdeos ertico easy to manipulate and click without necessarily xvdeos ertico accidentally clicking an incorrect xvdeos ertico directionand unfortunately, that's about where the pros end for me.Cons:- Firstly, the overall design. xvdeos ertico outside of xvdeos ertico my body enjoying the wrist rest placement and the d-pad xvdeos ertico placement, everything else feels horribly misplaced xvdeos ertico to me. xvdeos ertico The "space bar" is super difficult to click, xvdeos ertico so xvdeos ertico difficult in fact, that it was often painful to use. (since the "natural" xvdeos ertico placement xvdeos ertico of my xvdeos ertico hand was xvdeos ertico around the d-pad or on xvdeos ertico the xvdeos ertico button above the d-pad, I xvdeos ertico would often bump the d-pad trying to hit space to jump in Apex, and xvdeos ertico considering where my hand rested, the travel distance just to *touch* xvdeos ertico the space bar xvdeos ertico let alone click it was way too far to be comfortable).- xvdeos ertico Secondly, the xvdeos ertico actual keyboard keys. they're all the same size. I knew xvdeos ertico this when purchasing xvdeos ertico and didn't xvdeos ertico feel like it would be xvdeos ertico that big of a deal, considering it was hopeful the ergonomics would xvdeos ertico be comfy xvdeos ertico enough to get over it. xvdeos ertico but unfortunately, for me it was xvdeos ertico not. all the keys xvdeos ertico feel exactly the xvdeos ertico same. xvdeos ertico This wouldn't xvdeos ertico be as bad if the xvdeos ertico raised portion of the key (like on "F" and xvdeos ertico "J" of a normal keyboard) was xvdeos ertico in a different position, but my "neutral/resting" position for xvdeos ertico gaming on xvdeos ertico a keyboard is xvdeos ertico with xvdeos ertico my fingers xvdeos ertico on L-Shift, A, W, D, and Space, so xvdeos ertico moving xvdeos ertico my middle xvdeos ertico finger down to make sure I xvdeos ertico was 'centered' xvdeos ertico just wasn't xvdeos ertico going to cut it. this meant xvdeos ertico I was often not properly re-centering myself if I did a reach to hit a xvdeos ertico specific button, or had to xvdeos ertico pull my hand off the game xvdeos ertico pad xvdeos ertico for a moment. xvdeos ertico normally this would xvdeos ertico be a minor inconvenience, but mid xvdeos ertico fire fight for xvdeos ertico a PvP game xvdeos ertico cranks this xvdeos ertico up to a major xvdeos ertico issue- Thirdly, xvdeos ertico and going xvdeos ertico along xvdeos ertico with xvdeos ertico point 2, xvdeos ertico is trying to hit xvdeos ertico other keys in xvdeos ertico between movement. Running to cover and trying xvdeos ertico to equip a grenade not bad if you xvdeos ertico bind grenades to the d-pad or a mouse. but the location xvdeos ertico of the buttons means that you have 1 column of keys on each side of xvdeos ertico your 3 movement key columns. xvdeos ertico so xvdeos ertico sure, you can xvdeos ertico bind xvdeos ertico "F" to xvdeos ertico "G" xvdeos ertico (positionally speaking on Tartarus), xvdeos ertico but then xvdeos ertico you xvdeos ertico have xvdeos ertico to put xvdeos ertico "F" somewhere else, too. not xvdeos ertico to mention that quick movements xvdeos ertico mid fight, especially when xvdeos ertico trying to do things like jump, would often xvdeos ertico cause xvdeos ertico me to tap the xvdeos ertico button next xvdeos ertico to "D", which meant I was accidentally xvdeos ertico pinging xvdeos ertico "enemy here" xvdeos ertico constantly. I ended up needing to turn off xvdeos ertico 1/4 to 1/5 of the keys for Apex just so I wouldn't accidentally bump half of them. (or bind the same key multiple xvdeos ertico times in Hypershift so I could have full functionality but not bump things on accident)- Fourthly, and this xvdeos ertico is one of the most xvdeos ertico disappointing xvdeos ertico points, the xvdeos ertico D-Pad does xvdeos ertico NOT work well as a xvdeos ertico joystick at ALL. in Synapse 3, it clearly supports both 4 xvdeos ertico and 8 direction inputs (separately, which was actually really cool), xvdeos ertico and considering normal PC M&K gameplay is, for xvdeos ertico all intents and purposes, xvdeos ertico 4-8 direction movement anyway, I didn't think this xvdeos ertico would xvdeos ertico be a big xvdeos ertico deal. I xvdeos ertico was very xvdeos ertico wrong.4th Con sub-cons (yes, they're that major):- 4a: at first xvdeos ertico test, the d-pad genuinely does "work" to xvdeos ertico move your character in the xvdeos ertico 8 main directions. but other xvdeos ertico than that, it's basically xvdeos ertico unusable (for me, at least). xvdeos ertico both fast and slow movements in the Apex Firing xvdeos ertico Range had my game xvdeos ertico pad slipping and sliding a small but noticeable amount on xvdeos ertico my xvdeos ertico desk, so at least for me, xvdeos ertico without "bolting" down xvdeos ertico the xvdeos ertico Tartarus, I knew that xvdeos ertico wouldn't be a solid option for me- xvdeos ertico 4b: the drivers.... OH xvdeos ertico MY GOD the drivers. I've xvdeos ertico been using various console controllers for YEARS on PC. MS official xvdeos ertico 360 controller (wired) and PS4 official DualShock 4 on Mac, MS xvdeos ertico official xvdeos ertico 360 controller (Wired), PS4 xvdeos ertico official DualShock 4, Razer Sabertooth 360 controller, xvdeos ertico Xbox One Elite (v1) controller (wired, Windows 10 only), and the Steam Controller xvdeos ertico on Windows 7 and 10 with no issues. Windows xvdeos ertico 7 needed xvdeos ertico some xvdeos ertico 3rd xvdeos ertico party apps xvdeos ertico to get the PS4 controller to work xvdeos ertico like a 360 controller, but Windows xvdeos ertico 10 didn't seem to need xvdeos ertico it, xvdeos ertico and I liked the controllers I had enough xvdeos ertico that I didn't care anyway. But xvdeos ertico as soon xvdeos ertico as xvdeos ertico I started xvdeos ertico using the xvdeos ertico Tartarus, then tried playing xvdeos ertico games xvdeos ertico with a controller again (specifically, xvdeos ertico Godfall xvdeos ertico in the xvdeos ertico Epic xvdeos ertico store) I had xvdeos ertico issue after xvdeos ertico issue. I tend xvdeos ertico to default to my Sabertooth xvdeos ertico since I don't play my actual 360 really xvdeos ertico at all anymore, xvdeos ertico but still xvdeos ertico like xvdeos ertico the xvdeos ertico controller, xvdeos ertico but my PC refused xvdeos ertico to xvdeos ertico recognize it as Player xvdeos ertico 1. Same issue with the xvdeos ertico XB1 xvdeos ertico Elite. xvdeos ertico I think xvdeos ertico I spent a solid 2+ hours xvdeos ertico playing around with updates, drivers, xvdeos ertico and xvdeos ertico google xvdeos ertico searches to get things to work. only to realize that the Tartarus is recognized as a xvdeos ertico keyboard, xvdeos ertico an Xbox controller, AND xvdeos ertico a generic controller.... 3 separate xvdeos ertico instances in Windows 10. and every xvdeos ertico time I tried to disable it or unlink xvdeos ertico it, it would just come right xvdeos ertico back. Finally I just unplugged it, told Win10 to "forget" xvdeos ertico the device, restarted, and suddenly xvdeos ertico my xvdeos ertico controllers worked again... considering I've xvdeos ertico been playing mostly games like Godfall, where I feel more comfy with xvdeos ertico a controller than the mouse xvdeos ertico and keyboard, I haven't plugged the xvdeos ertico Tartarus back in since. xvdeos ertico and the few times xvdeos ertico I have played Apex xvdeos ertico or Realm Royale, I just plugged in my xvdeos ertico other game pad, cause I knew at least that one would work.TL;DR:/Summary:I find the xvdeos ertico only real Pros to this game xvdeos ertico pad are the build quality, which despite the plastic feels fairly solid xvdeos ertico and secure, and the color customization xvdeos ertico via Synapse 3. In actual xvdeos ertico in-game use, however, I felt that I was often held back xvdeos ertico by the design and overall limitations xvdeos ertico of the xvdeos ertico game pad rather than helped by the ergonomics I felt xvdeos ertico were xvdeos ertico (mostly) comfy. xvdeos ertico I feel this xvdeos ertico game pad would be great for everyday/office use to have xvdeos ertico a large set of macros and shortcuts at your xvdeos ertico disposal at any xvdeos ertico time, but I xvdeos ertico would definitely not xvdeos ertico suggest this to someone xvdeos ertico who wants it for xvdeos ertico gaming.I would, however, suggest, xvdeos ertico the Redragon K585 DITI for gaming. It xvdeos ertico has more xvdeos ertico buttons than the Tartarus, the shape is also fairly xvdeos ertico ergonomic (and allows for more xvdeos ertico personalized xvdeos ertico ergonomics with xvdeos ertico extra rests, etc IMO), the xvdeos ertico buttons xvdeos ertico have dedicated letters on them (even xvdeos ertico tho they're remappable) which xvdeos ertico helps for quick glances, I can "center" my WASD hand with the L-Shift key, xvdeos ertico since xvdeos ertico it's a full-sized key (and can often tell fairly quickly which key I'm about to xvdeos ertico press since xvdeos ertico things like Tab and xvdeos ertico Ctrl are all full sized, and T is pleasantly sized larger than the other keys). My biggest gripe with the Redragon, xvdeos ertico which I xvdeos ertico was hoping the Tartarus would help with (aside from xvdeos ertico being xvdeos ertico otherwise xvdeos ertico just as nice xvdeos ertico to use), is the lighting. there's really no xvdeos ertico customization xvdeos ertico outside of things like xvdeos ertico "wave" xvdeos ertico or xvdeos ertico "shift" (it would be nice to at xvdeos ertico least have xvdeos ertico it just stay at xvdeos ertico a specific color, which you unfortunately can't do).Final advice: I'll be returning xvdeos ertico my Tartarus this xvdeos ertico week; save xvdeos ertico your money or get a xvdeos ertico different brand game pad.32 Mecha-Membrane Keys xvdeos ertico for More xvdeos ertico Hotkeys and Actions: Perfect for gaming or integrating into creative workflows xvdeos ertico with xvdeos ertico fully xvdeos ertico programmable keysWhile I do xvdeos ertico a xvdeos ertico fair bit of xvdeos ertico gaming (mostly action & FPS xvdeos ertico games likes Rainbow Six: xvdeos ertico Siege, Hunt: Showdown, Outriders, etc.), when I discovered this product it was the last thing on my mind. That said, if you're reading this review to get my xvdeos ertico feedback on xvdeos ertico its xvdeos ertico usefulness and responsiveness in games xvdeos ertico - this review will xvdeos ertico have zero pertinent information xvdeos ertico for you. If, like me, you were looking at xvdeos ertico this as a xvdeos ertico potential editing console/controller - this xvdeos ertico review xvdeos ertico is for you.I am a professional xvdeos ertico graphic designer and digital illustrator who regularly uses Adobe's Creative Cloud suite. In particular, xvdeos ertico I use Illustrator, Photoshop, xvdeos ertico InDesign and Xd daily. xvdeos ertico For some of these xvdeos ertico programs I tend xvdeos ertico to use xvdeos ertico a Wacom xvdeos ertico Intuos Pro medium in place of a mouse and, of course, a keyboard. This is the main reason I purchased this device. While I'm perfectly xvdeos ertico at home with a xvdeos ertico mouse and keyboard, I can attest to and must xvdeos ertico admit that xvdeos ertico having the Razer Tartarus Pro has xvdeos ertico sped up my workflow EXPONENTIALLY.As some of you reading this may know, using xvdeos ertico a graphic tablet xvdeos ertico is great for countless xvdeos ertico applications xvdeos ertico but personally when I'm using a tablet for something other than digital painting, using the express keys makes it awkward to operate one-handed and flipping back and forth between xvdeos ertico having both hands on the tablet (1 on the xvdeos ertico express keys, 1 on the pen) or having one hand on the keyboard and the other xvdeos ertico on xvdeos ertico the pen. As xvdeos ertico you might imagine this can actually xvdeos ertico slow your process down somewhat significantly. Especially xvdeos ertico when you consider xvdeos ertico that the keyboard xvdeos ertico shortcuts that you use frequently can be between 3-4 simultaneous xvdeos ertico keystrokes which adds xvdeos ertico to the xvdeos ertico uncomfortable xvdeos ertico nature xvdeos ertico of switching.For this reason, some people start xvdeos ertico to look at editing consoles/controllers to xvdeos ertico help xvdeos ertico with this. The main two I personally xvdeos ertico had been considering were the Tour Box ($169 MSRP at time of xvdeos ertico review) and one of the Loupedeck devices ($250-500). xvdeos ertico While both were fine products, I xvdeos ertico heard this mentioned in passing and xvdeos ertico decided to investigate. I was a bit surprised because I've pretty much always used xvdeos ertico Logitech products, I knew nothing about Razer's catalog except that they were popular with people who take gaming much more seriously xvdeos ertico than I xvdeos ertico do and that's xvdeos ertico about it. xvdeos ertico At xvdeos ertico a MSRP of $129 I had to at least try it. xvdeos ertico When it suddenly went on sale from xvdeos ertico $129 to $79, I xvdeos ertico pulled the trigger. This has been my experience xvdeos ertico so xvdeos ertico far:The short: I xvdeos ertico wholeheartedly recommend this xvdeos ertico device if you are looking to use it the way I am. I cannot speak to this device's use in games because I haven't xvdeos ertico used it for xvdeos ertico that, I wasn't xvdeos ertico planning on it and frankly, xvdeos ertico the other thousands of reviews have that aspect xvdeos ertico covered pretty thoroughly.The long: I chose the xvdeos ertico Pro over the V2 xvdeos ertico for xvdeos ertico a few reasons I think you'll xvdeos ertico find important. The main advantages the xvdeos ertico Pro has over the V2 xvdeos ertico are that it xvdeos ertico has optical switches, the keys are dual-action and the xvdeos ertico keys actuation is adjustable. xvdeos ertico If you're used to mechanical keyboards, the key "feel" xvdeos ertico may mess xvdeos ertico with xvdeos ertico you at first xvdeos ertico but unless you're a particularly heavy-handed typer I don't xvdeos ertico foresee xvdeos ertico any adjustment xvdeos ertico issues. The keys on xvdeos ertico the Pro xvdeos ertico are a little on xvdeos ertico the xvdeos ertico heavy xvdeos ertico side but because xvdeos ertico of the nature of the dual-action keys, they kind xvdeos ertico of have to be. xvdeos ertico While you can set xvdeos ertico the actuation (ostensibly how hard you press before the unit recognizes that it's been pressed far enough xvdeos ertico to xvdeos ertico trigger xvdeos ertico the xvdeos ertico secondary action) xvdeos ertico to your xvdeos ertico preference, it will take some light adjusting. The xvdeos ertico primary function xvdeos ertico triggered by the initial keypress can be extremely light and the secondary action xvdeos ertico is generally triggered around half way to "bottoming xvdeos ertico out" (key being xvdeos ertico pressed in all xvdeos ertico the way). xvdeos ertico It's xvdeos ertico also important to know that regardless of what you have assigned to the primary xvdeos ertico and xvdeos ertico secondary actions to any given xvdeos ertico key, the xvdeos ertico primary action xvdeos ertico will always be triggered first xvdeos ertico and xvdeos ertico there xvdeos ertico is no way to xvdeos ertico bypass the primary function. While that may sound xvdeos ertico limiting, it just means you have to be thoughtful about what you assign. I'll talk xvdeos ertico about xvdeos ertico this more later.The xvdeos ertico beauty of the dual-action keys for design software is that you can just set xvdeos ertico all of your most-used functions to single key presses as there is no string limit per key. That said, as I mentioned, the way you stack keys matters. For xvdeos ertico instance, xvdeos ertico if you xvdeos ertico wanted to xvdeos ertico set up a xvdeos ertico key to "Save" on primary and "Save-As" on secondary - xvdeos ertico it's xvdeos ertico still xvdeos ertico gonna overwrite your file because xvdeos ertico it has to "Save" before it can get to "Save As". A better way of grouping xvdeos ertico similar xvdeos ertico commands would be xvdeos ertico to set "Copy" xvdeos ertico as primary and "Cut" as secondary so xvdeos ertico that it doesn't xvdeos ertico matter that you only need to cut as copying won't xvdeos ertico prevent xvdeos ertico you from cutting immediately xvdeos ertico after. And it's not xvdeos ertico just the keys - you can even program the scroll wheel and D-pad. Might sound useless xvdeos ertico to a mouse user, xvdeos ertico but being able xvdeos ertico to immediately switch between scrolling and zooming xvdeos ertico on that wheel without having to move your hand - it's just one of those little xvdeos ertico things that, in tandem xvdeos ertico with the rest of your xvdeos ertico efficiency binding, xvdeos ertico make this thing fast and fun to use. xvdeos ertico You also have them ability to designate a xvdeos ertico key as a "Hypershift" key in Razer's xvdeos ertico Synapse software (more in that xvdeos ertico in xvdeos ertico a sec) wherein xvdeos ertico instead of xvdeos ertico tweaking xvdeos ertico the actuation to your xvdeos ertico liking to make use of xvdeos ertico the dual-action keys, you can sacrifice xvdeos ertico a key to be the modifier instead of using the xvdeos ertico "pressure" settings. Feels a bit silly to sacrifice a xvdeos ertico key xvdeos ertico for that xvdeos ertico reason to me but it's xvdeos ertico a xvdeos ertico reasonable alternative for xvdeos ertico the xvdeos ertico more heavy-handed among us.Razer's Synapse 3 software (needed to program your keys xvdeos ertico and lighting) is xvdeos ertico not xvdeos ertico the most immediately xvdeos ertico intuitive, xvdeos ertico but once you get xvdeos ertico the hang of it - it xvdeos ertico becomes fairly easy to use. From xvdeos ertico Synapse, you can xvdeos ertico create profiles for your respective games/applications with their own independent layout and xvdeos ertico lighting options. xvdeos ertico You can xvdeos ertico adjust the xvdeos ertico key actuation, macros, xvdeos ertico brightness and for all your RGB xvdeos ertico lighting xvdeos ertico needs, Razer's Chroma suite has you covered. You can even xvdeos ertico sync your other Razer devices or xvdeos ertico have the lighting effect(s) (Yes, you can even layer lighting schemes and effects) or incorporate xvdeos ertico multiple Razer devices into a single continuous xvdeos ertico effect.This is one of the other reasons xvdeos ertico I xvdeos ertico opted for the Pro over the V2. xvdeos ertico I tend to xvdeos ertico work in little to xvdeos ertico no light, so the per-key RGB lighting (Yes, xvdeos ertico even the xvdeos ertico scroll wheel) xvdeos ertico is much xvdeos ertico better than xvdeos ertico the V2 in that there is xvdeos ertico no light xvdeos ertico bleed on the Pro. xvdeos ertico Depending on the xvdeos ertico environment, the light bleed on the V2 is pretty egregious by xvdeos ertico comparison. On the Tartarus Pro, I've never been confused as to xvdeos ertico which xvdeos ertico key I'm about to hit xvdeos ertico and xvdeos ertico while that may xvdeos ertico sound like a xvdeos ertico minor issue xvdeos ertico for xvdeos ertico a xvdeos ertico difference of $50, like any other xvdeos ertico piece xvdeos ertico of equipment, there's gonna xvdeos ertico be a learning curve. That xvdeos ertico learning curve xvdeos ertico can be shortened xvdeos ertico drastically xvdeos ertico if you start out by xvdeos ertico color-coding keys xvdeos ertico which xvdeos ertico is a huge help until muscle memory develops. Some have xvdeos ertico complained that the unit has no xvdeos ertico onboard memory xvdeos ertico and while xvdeos ertico this xvdeos ertico is true, Synapse has xvdeos ertico cloud storage xvdeos ertico for xvdeos ertico settings, so unless you intend to take this xvdeos ertico device with xvdeos ertico you xvdeos ertico everywhere and need xvdeos ertico to use it in 100 different machines...I'd argue that's a bit of a moot point. I know everyone's xvdeos ertico needs xvdeos ertico are different, but realistically I see most people xvdeos ertico using it on their main workstation and maybe a laptop...even xvdeos ertico if I still worked at an agency on-site, xvdeos ertico I'd be hesitant to request IT clear Synapse for my work xvdeos ertico machine but maybe xvdeos ertico we're different.The xvdeos ertico last thing to touch on are the ergonomics. I have xvdeos ertico large, xvdeos ertico but xvdeos ertico not huge hands and I xvdeos ertico find (for my purposes) that reaching all xvdeos ertico the keys is comfortable and intuitive (even xvdeos ertico when you start xvdeos ertico building speed - and you xvdeos ertico will). If xvdeos ertico you have larger hands, xvdeos ertico the palm/wrist rest is adjustable but xvdeos ertico if you xvdeos ertico have smaller xvdeos ertico hands, I could xvdeos ertico see this being xvdeos ertico less wieldy although not uncomfortable. If you have average xvdeos ertico to large hands I think you'll be at home. The xvdeos ertico palm base/ wrist rest is lightly padded xvdeos ertico but not so much so that you notice it which is great because I've dealt with a myriad xvdeos ertico of "comfort" features xvdeos ertico that only served xvdeos ertico to irk xvdeos ertico during extended periods of use. xvdeos ertico Thankfully, xvdeos ertico in the case of the Razer Tartarus Pro, I can use xvdeos ertico it for HOURS without any discomfort whatsoever. There's xvdeos ertico something extremely xvdeos ertico cathartic about being able to work without moving xvdeos ertico your hands unnecessarily. It's a huge help if xvdeos ertico you deal with strain from carpal tunnel or tendonitis especially.Whether you're a mouse, tablet (or both) user, I xvdeos ertico think everyone xvdeos ertico considering this to speed up their design workflow xvdeos ertico should at least try it. Do some xvdeos ertico experimentation with xvdeos ertico your binds both xvdeos ertico in physical placement xvdeos ertico and how xvdeos ertico you "stack" commands and xvdeos ertico group your xvdeos ertico keys colors xvdeos ertico by tool/function xvdeos ertico and I'm willing xvdeos ertico to bet xvdeos ertico it won't take long xvdeos ertico before you start wondering how you were getting by without it.Ultimate Personalization & Gaming Immersion with Razer Chroma: Fully syncs xvdeos ertico with popular games, Razer xvdeos ertico hardware, Philips Hue, and gear from 30 plus partners; supports 16 8 million xvdeos ertico colors xvdeos ertico on xvdeos ertico individually backlit keysThumbpad for xvdeos ertico Improved Movement Controls: xvdeos ertico The 8-way directional thumbpad allows for more natural controls for console-oriented players and xvdeos ertico a more ergonomic experienceFully Programmable Macros: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commandsHigh-Performance Mecha-Membrane Switches: xvdeos ertico Provides the xvdeos ertico tactile feedback of mechanical key press xvdeos ertico on a comfortable, soft-cushioned, membrane, rubber dome switch suitable for gaming
      Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keypad: Mecha-Membrane Key Switches - 32 Programmable Keys - Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting - Programmable Macros - Classic BlackHigh-Performance xvdeos ertico Mecha-Membrane xvdeos ertico Switches: Provides the tactile feedback of xvdeos ertico mechanical xvdeos ertico key press on a comfortable, soft-cushioned, membrane, rubber dome switch xvdeos ertico suitable for gaming32 Mecha-Membrane Keys for More Hotkeys and xvdeos ertico Actions: Perfect for xvdeos ertico gaming or integrating into xvdeos ertico creative workflows xvdeos ertico with fully programmable keysThumbpad for Improved Movement Controls: The 8-way xvdeos ertico directional thumbpad allows for more natural controls for console-oriented players xvdeos ertico and xvdeos ertico a more xvdeos ertico ergonomic experienceFully Programmable xvdeos ertico Macros: Razer Hypershift xvdeos ertico allows xvdeos ertico for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to xvdeos ertico execute complex xvdeos ertico commandsUltimate Personalization & Gaming Immersion with Razer xvdeos ertico Chroma: Fully syncs with xvdeos ertico popular games, Razer xvdeos ertico hardware, Philips Hue, xvdeos ertico and gear from 30 plus partners; xvdeos ertico supports 16 8 million colors on individually backlit keys

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Buyer's experience:
      1: While I do a fair bit of gaming (mostly action & FPS games likes Rainbow Six: Siege, Hunt: Showdown, Outriders, etc.), when I discovered this product it was the last thing on my mind. That said, if you're reading this review to get my feedback on its usefulness and responsiveness in games - this review will have zero pertinent information for you. If, like me, you were looking at this as a potential editing console/controller - this review is for you.I am a professional graphic designer and digital illustrator who regularly uses Adobe's Creative Cloud suite. In particular, I use Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and Xd daily. For some of these programs I tend to use a Wacom Intuos Pro medium in place of a mouse and, of course, a keyboard. This is the main reason I purchased this device. While I'm perfectly at home with a mouse and keyboard, I can attest to and must admit that having the Razer Tartarus Pro has sped up my workflow EXPONENTIALLY.As some of you reading this may know, using a graphic tablet is great for countless applications but personally when I'm using a tablet for something other than digital painting, using the express keys makes it awkward to operate one-handed and flipping back and forth between having both hands on the tablet (1 on the express keys, 1 on the pen) or having one hand on the keyboard and the other on the pen. As you might imagine this can actually slow your process down somewhat significantly. Especially when you consider that the keyboard shortcuts that you use frequently can be between 3-4 simultaneous keystrokes which adds to the uncomfortable nature of switching.For this reason, some people start to look at editing consoles/controllers to help with this. The main two I personally had been considering were the Tour Box ($169 MSRP at time of review) and one of the Loupedeck devices ($250-500). While both were fine products, I heard this mentioned in passing and decided to investigate. I was a bit surprised because I've pretty much always used Logitech products, I knew nothing about Razer's catalog except that they were popular with people who take gaming much more seriously than I do and that's about it. At a MSRP of $129 I had to at least try it. When it suddenly went on sale from $129 to $79, I pulled the trigger. This has been my experience so far:The short: I wholeheartedly recommend this device if you are looking to use it the way I am. I cannot speak to this device's use in games because I haven't used it for that, I wasn't planning on it and frankly, the other thousands of reviews have that aspect covered pretty thoroughly.The long: I chose the Pro over the V2 for a few reasons I think you'll find important. The main advantages the Pro has over the V2 are that it has optical switches, the keys are dual-action and the keys actuation is adjustable. If you're used to mechanical keyboards, the key "feel" may mess with you at first but unless you're a particularly heavy-handed typer I don't foresee any adjustment issues. The keys on the Pro are a little on the heavy side but because of the nature of the dual-action keys, they kind of have to be. While you can set the actuation (ostensibly how hard you press before the unit recognizes that it's been pressed far enough to trigger the secondary action) to your preference, it will take some light adjusting. The primary function triggered by the initial keypress can be extremely light and the secondary action is generally triggered around half way to "bottoming out" (key being pressed in all the way). It's also important to know that regardless of what you have assigned to the primary and secondary actions to any given key, the primary action will always be triggered first and there is no way to bypass the primary function. While that may sound limiting, it just means you have to be thoughtful about what you assign. I'll talk about this more later.The beauty of the dual-action keys for design software is that you can just set all of your most-used functions to single key presses as there is no string limit per key. That said, as I mentioned, the way you stack keys matters. For instance, if you wanted to set up a key to "Save" on primary and "Save-As" on secondary - it's still gonna overwrite your file because it has to "Save" before it can get to "Save As". A better way of grouping similar commands would be to set "Copy" as primary and "Cut" as secondary so that it doesn't matter that you only need to cut as copying won't prevent you from cutting immediately after. And it's not just the keys - you can even program the scroll wheel and D-pad. Might sound useless to a mouse user, but being able to immediately switch between scrolling and zooming on that wheel without having to move your hand - it's just one of those little things that, in tandem with the rest of your efficiency binding, make this thing fast and fun to use. You also have them ability to designate a key as a "Hypershift" key in Razer's Synapse software (more in that in a sec) wherein instead of tweaking the actuation to your liking to make use of the dual-action keys, you can sacrifice a key to be the modifier instead of using the "pressure" settings. Feels a bit silly to sacrifice a key for that reason to me but it's a reasonable alternative for the more heavy-handed among us.Razer's Synapse 3 software (needed to program your keys and lighting) is not the most immediately intuitive, but once you get the hang of it - it becomes fairly easy to use. From Synapse, you can create profiles for your respective games/applications with their own independent layout and lighting options. You can adjust the key actuation, macros, brightness and for all your RGB lighting needs, Razer's Chroma suite has you covered. You can even sync your other Razer devices or have the lighting effect(s) (Yes, you can even layer lighting schemes and effects) or incorporate multiple Razer devices into a single continuous effect.This is one of the other reasons I opted for the Pro over the V2. I tend to work in little to no light, so the per-key RGB lighting (Yes, even the scroll wheel) is much better than the V2 in that there is no light bleed on the Pro. Depending on the environment, the light bleed on the V2 is pretty egregious by comparison. On the Tartarus Pro, I've never been confused as to which key I'm about to hit and while that may sound like a minor issue for a difference of $50, like any other piece of equipment, there's gonna be a learning curve. That learning curve can be shortened drastically if you start out by color-coding keys which is a huge help until muscle memory develops. Some have complained that the unit has no onboard memory and while this is true, Synapse has cloud storage for settings, so unless you intend to take this device with you everywhere and need to use it in 100 different machines...I'd argue that's a bit of a moot point. I know everyone's needs are different, but realistically I see most people using it on their main workstation and maybe a laptop...even if I still worked at an agency on-site, I'd be hesitant to request IT clear Synapse for my work machine but maybe we're different.The last thing to touch on are the ergonomics. I have large, but not huge hands and I find (for my purposes) that reaching all the keys is comfortable and intuitive (even when you start building speed - and you will). If you have larger hands, the palm/wrist rest is adjustable but if you have smaller hands, I could see this being less wieldy although not uncomfortable. If you have average to large hands I think you'll be at home. The palm base/ wrist rest is lightly padded but not so much so that you notice it which is great because I've dealt with a myriad of "comfort" features that only served to irk during extended periods of use. Thankfully, in the case of the Razer Tartarus Pro, I can use it for HOURS without any discomfort whatsoever. There's something extremely cathartic about being able to work without moving your hands unnecessarily. It's a huge help if you deal with strain from carpal tunnel or tendonitis especially.Whether you're a mouse, tablet (or both) user, I think everyone considering this to speed up their design workflow should at least try it. Do some experimentation with your binds both in physical placement and how you "stack" commands and group your keys colors by tool/function and I'm willing to bet it won't take long before you start wondering how you were getting by without it.
      2: I was really hoping I could enjoy using this, but I just can't. I have a different game pad like this, but figured if I enjoyed the Razer one, I'd keep it at home and bring my other one to my work office once we're back to working in person.Maybe my keyboard use is weird for gaming or I'm simply used to/looking for something else than this offers, but I felt like using the Tartarus actually hindered my gameplay more than it did help. I really like having my hand well off to the left of my setup to keep my body from being super cramped up, so I've been playing around with game pads so I can keep my typing keyboard front-and-center, but use the game pad for actual gameplay. Let's break down the pros and cons, because it does have some positive features, but for me, the cons significantly outweigh the pros, especially for the price.(assuming Apex gameplay, here's the button bindings I remember since I only used it for a few days before I unplugged it and stopped using it (doing this by Column, not Row, so buttons 01, 06, 11, 16 will be first, etc)01: Tab (hypershift: Esc)06: disabled11: L-Shift16: L-Ctrl02: 1 (I think)07: I swapped between "Q" and "Disabled"12: A17: Z03: Disabled08: W13: S18: X04: 309: E (Hypershift: T)14: D19: Either ("C" or "V") or "Disabled", but I think I made this "V"05: 510: R (Hypsershift T)15: disabled (I think) (Hypershift F, I think)Scroll wheel: normal scroll wheel actionsProfile Switch Button: HypershiftD-pad Up: MD-pad Left: QD-pad Down: B or Disabled, but I think DisabledD-pad Right: Disabled (I think)20: SpaceAnd bindings on my mouse that I needed so I could not use my full keyboard:V (melee)B (change weapon fire mode)GPros:- Firstly, I, personally, really loved the way it felt under my hand. I've got larger hands, so the shape and overall positioning of the d-pad and wrist rest were absolutely lovely- Secondly, it connects with Razer synapse 3. Considering my main keyboard is the Blackwidow Chroma v2, I thought having a game pad that would match my color setup and be able to interact between each other would be great (since only other Razer products can do things like change the profile or preset)- Thirdly, it genuinely felt like it had fairly solid construction relatively on-par with the Blackwidow Chroma v2 and the Sabertooth 360 controller I have.- Fourthly, for specifically the d-pad, the placement was SO comfy for me. I know my first point mentioned it, but specifically the d-pad was just perfectly placed, and felt quite easy to manipulate and click without necessarily accidentally clicking an incorrect directionand unfortunately, that's about where the pros end for me.Cons:- Firstly, the overall design. outside of my body enjoying the wrist rest placement and the d-pad placement, everything else feels horribly misplaced to me. The "space bar" is super difficult to click, so difficult in fact, that it was often painful to use. (since the "natural" placement of my hand was around the d-pad or on the button above the d-pad, I would often bump the d-pad trying to hit space to jump in Apex, and considering where my hand rested, the travel distance just to *touch* the space bar let alone click it was way too far to be comfortable).- Secondly, the actual keyboard keys. they're all the same size. I knew this when purchasing and didn't feel like it would be that big of a deal, considering it was hopeful the ergonomics would be comfy enough to get over it. but unfortunately, for me it was not. all the keys feel exactly the same. This wouldn't be as bad if the raised portion of the key (like on "F" and "J" of a normal keyboard) was in a different position, but my "neutral/resting" position for gaming on a keyboard is with my fingers on L-Shift, A, W, D, and Space, so moving my middle finger down to make sure I was 'centered' just wasn't going to cut it. this meant I was often not properly re-centering myself if I did a reach to hit a specific button, or had to pull my hand off the game pad for a moment. normally this would be a minor inconvenience, but mid fire fight for a PvP game cranks this up to a major issue- Thirdly, and going along with point 2, is trying to hit other keys in between movement. Running to cover and trying to equip a grenade not bad if you bind grenades to the d-pad or a mouse. but the location of the buttons means that you have 1 column of keys on each side of your 3 movement key columns. so sure, you can bind "F" to "G" (positionally speaking on Tartarus), but then you have to put "F" somewhere else, too. not to mention that quick movements mid fight, especially when trying to do things like jump, would often cause me to tap the button next to "D", which meant I was accidentally pinging "enemy here" constantly. I ended up needing to turn off 1/4 to 1/5 of the keys for Apex just so I wouldn't accidentally bump half of them. (or bind the same key multiple times in Hypershift so I could have full functionality but not bump things on accident)- Fourthly, and this is one of the most disappointing points, the D-Pad does NOT work well as a joystick at ALL. in Synapse 3, it clearly supports both 4 and 8 direction inputs (separately, which was actually really cool), and considering normal PC M&K gameplay is, for all intents and purposes, 4-8 direction movement anyway, I didn't think this would be a big deal. I was very wrong.4th Con sub-cons (yes, they're that major):- 4a: at first test, the d-pad genuinely does "work" to move your character in the 8 main directions. but other than that, it's basically unusable (for me, at least). both fast and slow movements in the Apex Firing Range had my game pad slipping and sliding a small but noticeable amount on my desk, so at least for me, without "bolting" down the Tartarus, I knew that wouldn't be a solid option for me- 4b: the drivers.... OH MY GOD the drivers. I've been using various console controllers for YEARS on PC. MS official 360 controller (wired) and PS4 official DualShock 4 on Mac, MS official 360 controller (Wired), PS4 official DualShock 4, Razer Sabertooth 360 controller, Xbox One Elite (v1) controller (wired, Windows 10 only), and the Steam Controller on Windows 7 and 10 with no issues. Windows 7 needed some 3rd party apps to get the PS4 controller to work like a 360 controller, but Windows 10 didn't seem to need it, and I liked the controllers I had enough that I didn't care anyway. But as soon as I started using the Tartarus, then tried playing games with a controller again (specifically, Godfall in the Epic store) I had issue after issue. I tend to default to my Sabertooth since I don't play my actual 360 really at all anymore, but still like the controller, but my PC refused to recognize it as Player 1. Same issue with the XB1 Elite. I think I spent a solid 2+ hours playing around with updates, drivers, and google searches to get things to work. only to realize that the Tartarus is recognized as a keyboard, an Xbox controller, AND a generic controller.... 3 separate instances in Windows 10. and every time I tried to disable it or unlink it, it would just come right back. Finally I just unplugged it, told Win10 to "forget" the device, restarted, and suddenly my controllers worked again... considering I've been playing mostly games like Godfall, where I feel more comfy with a controller than the mouse and keyboard, I haven't plugged the Tartarus back in since. and the few times I have played Apex or Realm Royale, I just plugged in my other game pad, cause I knew at least that one would work.TL;DR:/Summary:I find the only real Pros to this game pad are the build quality, which despite the plastic feels fairly solid and secure, and the color customization via Synapse 3. In actual in-game use, however, I felt that I was often held back by the design and overall limitations of the game pad rather than helped by the ergonomics I felt were (mostly) comfy. I feel this game pad would be great for everyday/office use to have a large set of macros and shortcuts at your disposal at any time, but I would definitely not suggest this to someone who wants it for gaming.I would, however, suggest, the Redragon K585 DITI for gaming. It has more buttons than the Tartarus, the shape is also fairly ergonomic (and allows for more personalized ergonomics with extra rests, etc IMO), the buttons have dedicated letters on them (even tho they're remappable) which helps for quick glances, I can "center" my WASD hand with the L-Shift key, since it's a full-sized key (and can often tell fairly quickly which key I'm about to press since things like Tab and Ctrl are all full sized, and T is pleasantly sized larger than the other keys). My biggest gripe with the Redragon, which I was hoping the Tartarus would help with (aside from being otherwise just as nice to use), is the lighting. there's really no customization outside of things like "wave" or "shift" (it would be nice to at least have it just stay at a specific color, which you unfortunately can't do).Final advice: I'll be returning my Tartarus this week; save your money or get a different brand game pad.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00