By now, the word mechanical has become synonymous with gaming keyboards, with manufacturers looking to capitalize on the appeal of mechanical keyboards and its iconic mechanical layout.
While the company that brought us the legendary Razer Mechanical Keyboard may not be the most well known among mechanical keyboard manufacturers, it’s certainly not a company that hasn’t had its fair share of mechanical fans.
However, with the arrival of the Razer Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, a mechanical keyboard that’s built around a mechanical overalls design, the company seems to have finally figured out a way to bring its mechanical overall design into a mechanical gaming keyboard design.
With this design, Razer has essentially re-purposed the traditional mechanical overall keyboard and is giving it a mechanical layout that, while it’s not a fully mechanical keyboard, is a lot closer to one than a traditional mechanical keyboard.
This is not the first time Razer has re-designed its mechanical keyboard designs.
While its Razer Mechanical Series, a line of keyboards with a mechanical mechanical overall layout, was released in 2010, the brand’s Mechanical Gaming Series keyboard has since gone through numerous changes.
These include the addition of Cherry MX switches, a new rubber back plate, and a new backplate for the backlighting.
This keyboard, which is manufactured by Razer’s manufacturing partner Logitech, was recently announced by Razer and was priced at $499 USD.
The company also unveiled the Mechanical Gaming X, a smaller mechanical keyboard with the same backlighting and backplate, but with a metal backplate and a slightly lower price tag of $199.
If you’re looking for a mechanical RGB mechanical keyboard now, you’ll find the Razer mechanical keyboard in this price range right here.
While we know the Razer MX RGB Mechanical Gaming keyboard has already been released, the MX RGB mechanical gaming mouse will be releasing in the coming weeks.
The Razer MX Gaming mouse is Razer’s first mouse to use the RGB lighting and features a slightly curved backplate that is reminiscent of the mechanical keyboards.
This new keyboard is also designed to be compatible with Razer’s newest gaming peripherals, including Razer Kraken Pro and Razer Kraken.
The new Razer MX gaming mouse is expected to be available later this year, but we’ll be sure to let you know when it does.
The mechanical overall designs of mechanical gaming keyboards have been popular for a while now, but the Razer’s Mechanical RGB mechanical overall will be the first mechanical overall to feature a Cherry MX switch backlighting system.
This means that you can have the mechanical overall look without needing to sacrifice the aesthetics of the keyboard.
It also means that the keyboard is a little lighter, making it easier to carry around and it’s easier to adjust your layout.
The Razer Mechanical RGB Mechanical Keyboard is available in both white and black finishes, and will go on sale on September 25, 2018 for $499 US.
You can pre-order the Razer RGB Mechanical keyboard right here, but Razer is also offering a bundle for $299 that includes the keyboard and a mouse.