- Product Dimensions: 6 x 50 x 26 cm ; 2.4 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 2.5 Kg
- Item model number: RZ03-00381900-R3U1
- ASIN: B008U5ZNIG
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 22 2012
- Average Customer Review: 33 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,457 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013 Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (RZ03-00381900-R3U1)
- Mechanical key architecture - for faster actuation and extended lifespan
- Individually backlit keys - for visibility under low light conditions
- Fully programmable keys + 5 additional gaming keys - with on-the-fly macro recording
- 10 Customizable software profiles - with on-the-fly switching
- Gaming optimized key matrix - for minimized ghosting
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Top Customer Reviews
However, it will annoy your girlfriend so much when you are playing your game and your girlfriend is trying to watch TV.
My girlfriend freaks out and yells at me my keyboard is making way too much noise and she can not watch her TV.
Well, this only applies to you if your PC and TV is in the same room.
I should just move out or something.
Other than that, very good keyboard.
I have never had a problem with this keyboard. Driver install was simple, and I didn't even install it on the computer the keyboard is currently used with.
This keyboard comes with blue switches, meaning it gives a tactile feedback (you can feel when the keys are pressed) and audio feedback (the keys click like a typewriter). I would recommend doing some research into the type of switches you want. There are many types including my preferences; brown, blue, and red. Brown gives a tactile feedback without the audio. Blue I have already described, Red gives neither, which is nice if you only want the speed boost and reliability of a mechanical keyboard. The most common switch out there is blue, because it is the classic switch, the one that most people s think is the only option.
Razer is a great brand for gaming. Getting their ergonomic mouse for Christmas, the one that matches this keyboard. Both of them have the green backlight which really makes people notice your awesome 'board.
This keyboard would be great for people who wish they could connect a typewriter to their computer. It comes in a nice, professional box. Would look great for Christmas. I only recommend that you look into the switch types. I believe that this keyboard only comes with blue.
But, right out of the box, some keys (mainly the spacebar) got stuck. Now, I've read a lot about this happening and about some cases where the spacebar would actually press the ALT keys aswell. So, I took a file and took care of it. Nope. It wasn't hitting any other keys, just getting stuck down. For a 150$ keyboard, that's unacceptable. I returned it but I was sure that I'd simply be lucky of getting one actually '' perfectly '' working. So,I got a G19. It's awesome, but I miss the mechanical keys...
Bottom line: Be sure of what you are buying and be sure to have the possibility to return it if anything isn't working properly.
Great quality. I do not feel a performance upgrade from my old Razer Lycosa playing competive games (CS:GO, SC2, DOTA2). If anything double tapping a key is a bit harder than with a dome keyboard.
Keys are very responsive, and you can clearly hear/feel when you activate one.
Overall, I am satisfied. Not sure yet if I will buy another Mechanical Keyboard after this one dies out. (If it ever dies out..)
The only negative for me is that it is a very very loud keyboard, but that is off-set by a much nicer feel to the keys.
Most recent customer reviews
I've had my Razer Blackwidow Ultimate for a couple years I believe, and the keys are not any less durable than when I first purchased it.Published 8 months ago by Jared Riley
Has issues with phantom key presses and I have to unplug it a lot to fix the issue. Black housing scratches easily and gets dirty quickly.Published 12 months ago by Marchand
Decent keyboard. The switches are unbearably loud though. The newer versions of this keyboard are much quieter.Published 12 months ago by Stephen
Really nice build quality, I've had it for about 2 years now and its still going strong.Published 19 months ago by Brandon Doherty
Feels great, love the switches. It's also pretty durable a year later it still feels like new.(cleaning it often is a must in my opinion. Read morePublished 21 months ago by jonathan
Great keyboard, love the oldschool sound of the buttons, although some may find it fairly loud.Published on July 29 2014 by Benjamin A. Dobie
Really good feel of mechanical and its durable. a bit loud maybe, you get used to it after a whilePublished on April 9 2014 by Guffy9876