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Razer Pro Type wireless mechanical keyboard connects up to 4 devices

The Razer Pro Type wireless mechanical keyboard can connect to up to four devices at one time. It can conveniently switch between your desktop, TV, and Android tablet without needing to pair and unpair. This is great for those with multiple devices and allows you to share with others. In particular, its ergonomic design and soft-touch coating make it convenient and comfortable to hold. What’s more, the Razer Pro Type is productive to use, and its wireless capacity provides a convenient and superior typing experience. The keyboard is also balanced for performance and comfort. Overall, you can enjoy a more responsive, tactile typing experience with less force when you press. This provides less disturbance to others and is more comfortable on your fingertips.

Razer Pro Type wireless mechanical keyboard connects up to 4 devices
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9.4/10
Brand
Razer
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The soft-touch coating makes it comfortable and ergonomic.
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Paired Devices
4
Button Size
Full Size
Lighting
White LED
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Tate

Anyone know what the monitor arm is called?

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