Razer, the gamer-focused peripheral manufacturer, have just released a new Keyboard, mouse and headset kit under Starcraft II game’s theme. Each of them carrying different title, such as the mouse was called as Razer Spectre – Starcraft II gaming mouse, the keyboard Razer Marauder – Starcraft II gaming keyboard, and the Headset Banshee – Starcraft II gaming headset.
For Spectre gaming mouse, Razer’s added an unique glows at the palm rest sideways, and has up to 5 buttons for enhanced precision and APM. It has 5600dpi, Ultrapolling, lightweight, Up to 200 inches per second and 50g of acceleration, Always-On™ mode and so on. It may cost $79.95 when it hit the retail store.
The Razer Maruder gaming keyboard will cost higher at $119. But the keyboard is absolutely no normal keyboard. The Starcraft II keyboard is back-lighted (similar to Alienware‘s Laptop), elevated keys, on-the-fly macro recording features for changing up to 10 profiles, and AMP lighting system.
As for the Banshee – Starcraft II gaming headset is fully equipped wih comfy earcups, a detachable mic, glow a blue hue, an equalizer functionality with up to 8 preset settings. The headset itself will cost at $119, which mean if you get the whole set of Keyboard, Mouse and Headset, you’ll have to pay $320 overall.
However, no word yet when this set of Starcraft II gaming keyboard, mouse and headset are going to surface in the market.