|Item model number||RZ03-03930200-R3U1|
|Item Weight||3.35 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.53 x 5.52 x 1.71 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||17.53 x 5.52 x 1.71 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||September 16, 2021|
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Razer Huntsman V2 Optical Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Linear Optical Switches Gen-2 w/Sound Dampeners & 8000Hz Polling Rate - Doubleshot PBT Keycaps - Dedicated Media Keys & Dial - Ergonomic Wrist Rest
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|Number of Keys||5|
|Style||Linear Optical Switches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||17.53 x 5.52 x 1.71 inches|
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- Razer Linear Optical Switches Gen-2: Improved with sound dampeners for an even quieter typing experience, the smooth, consistent switches are now also more responsive with up to true 8000Hz polling rate for lower input latency
- Doubleshot PBT Keycaps: Harder and more durable than regular keycaps, these won’t wear down to a shiny finish and have labels which will never fade thanks to their doubleshot molding process
- Multi-function Digital Dial and 4 Media Keys: Configure them to pause, play, skip and tweak everything from brightness to volume—the ultimate convenience for enjoying your entertainment
- Ergonomic Wrist Rest: The sturdy wrist support perfectly aligns to the keyboard to relieve pressure on your wrists and feel less fatigued when gaming over long periods
- Hybrid On-board Memory and Cloud Storage: Be match-ready regardless of the situation when you can save and activate up to 5 on-board memory profiles, while building a library of macros and settings to call upon with cloud storage
- Sound Dampening Foam: Added for improved acoustics, the keyboard has a layer of special foam inside its casing which absorbs any pinging noises that might occur when the keys are bottomed out
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No Frills. All Performance.
If all-out advantage is more your speed, arm yourself with responsiveness that’s second to none. Meet the Razer Huntsman V2— an optical gaming keyboard with near-zero input latency and fully geared out with other high-end features to make it the complete package.
Razer Optical Switches
They’re faster, lighter, and more durable than traditional mechanical switches, with up to true 8000Hz polling rate for lower input latency.
Available in two variants—Linear and Clicky.
Linear Optical Switch
Improved with sound dampeners for an even quieter typing experience, the smooth, consistent switches are now also more responsive with up to true 8000Hz polling rate for lower input latency.
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If all-out advantage is more your speed, arm yourself with responsiveness that’s second to none. Meet the Razer Huntsman V2—an optical gaming keyboard with near-zero input latency and fully geared out with other high-end features to make it the complete package.
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Couple of thing you should know before you buy. 1) There is no USB/media passthrough. It does only take up one usb slot on your computer, but if you utilized it before, you will not with this keyboard. 2) I wish the media wheel did more. It works fine for volume and mute, but setting up anything else takes some work and there is not a lot there that really makes it anymore than that. 3) And this is a big OCD thing. The magnetic wrist wrest does not physically attach to the keyboard. So if you reposition the keyboard, you have to reposition the wrist wrest, and even if you don't, there is not left/right stabilization. 4) Unless you are changing the color of the keycaps, pudding/phantom keycaps will not illuminate around the key. The LED is located at the top of the optical switch.
All and all it's an amazing keyboard. At the price point, you are really comparing it to the K100. It does not have the bells and whistles, at least outside the software, but the tying experience is smoother in a smaller footprint.
Dislikes: Intermittently double types letters; this is actually the worst problem. No option to route cable out to the side, slight mechanical noise of the stabilizers (this is not loud but it differs from the sound of the switches and thus occasionally distracts) and software is intrusive and confusing. For example, it wants you to create an account and prompts you to log in at various points. I hate that. A simple piece of hardware should NOT coerce you into being signed in. The only thing I want the software for was to change the RBG colors. But there are two pieces of software running in my system tray. It's not clear if I need just one of these or both of these. I like keeping installed software to the minimum on my computers; I feel like have Razer bloatware installed just to change the RGB colors and that's overkill. Isn't there a way to have the keyboard itself remember my color selections so I don't need software at all??
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The wrist rest is also nicer; the old Elite wrist wrest was RGB, but had a hard edge to it that bit into my wrists. Like the old one, it's magnetic, which is a nice touch. However, I still prefer the standalone Razer one better (which is similar to what comes with the blackwidow).
Most importantly, I find the keys a little (very slightly) stiffer than my Elite, and I simply prefer the Elite - so much so that I brought it back out and am using my old keyboard. I really wish they had a passthrough USB port on it, and I would love if there were a simple switch that would make the mode where if there were no software installed, it could have static lighting or no lighting at all (or, it would be amazing if it could be one of the in-keyboard memory profiles).
All that said, this is a fine keyboard, and I love the Razer keyboards more than any other brand I've tried, and the purple switches are, in my opinion, the best in the industry.
I would have prefered for Razer to have this keyboard with a tactile but not clicky (like the brown switch).
But still, it feels good. Maybe it needs a little more pressure than what I'm used too.
Also, I got used with the Steam Controller to reprogram any button like anything, and hold button to switch scheme, create macro, etc... Razer is not at the same level of configurability the Steam Controller is. A single Hypershift.... that just short..
I'd also like (just like when you press the FN button), to change the LED scheme when pressing a button to idenity the new mapping. But heh.. you don't really look at the keyboard when you use it :P it's just ... Nice..
It's the first time I experiment Razer product.. :) Hope to find some nice features.
I upgraded to the Analog version. It feels night and day different. The keyboard is heavier and feels to be of higher quality. I hated liniar switches...until now. The customizable actuation depth completely eliminates the accidental press issue I have with most liniars. Typing to gaming, I'm very much enjoying this keyboard. But the purples are still better for typing.
I love the quiet key switches, same feel as the clicks but way more quiet.
Also, The Razer Doubleshot PBT keycaps are durable and perfectly textured.
Razer's HyperPolling technology with 8,000Hz is so incredibly fast.
I recommend that keyboard to anyone that has the budget for it.