Star Wars LED Gaming Keyboard by Razer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Seeing that it was crowned the “fastest growing MMO ever” back when it released in 2011, it’s no surprise that Star Wars: The Old Republic has attracted plenty of specialty products and gadgets tailored toward the game.

The design team at Razer is the latest to build a custom tailored piece for the online role playing game with their Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Keyboard. Take your game to the next level with fully programmable keys, LCD track panel, dynamic adaptive tactile keys,  and multi-color LED lighting and Aurebesh etched lettering for a nice aesthetic touch. It’s also worth mentioning that you can also use the keyboard for your non-Star Wars daily computing tasks.

Purchase your Star Wars Gaming Keyboard at Think Geek.

Star Wars LED Gaming Keyboard by Razer (2)

Star Wars LED Gaming Keyboard by Razer (1)

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