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Razer Tartarus V2 $92.46 & Razer Tartarus Pro $123.29 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU


Cheapest price for the two from what I can see online. The pro seems like a really good deal. Reviews online seem meh, but looking forward to hear from people who have owned one.

Razer Tartarus V2 Gaming Keypad: Mecha-Membrane Key Switches - 32 Programmable Keys - Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting - Programmable Macro Functionality

Razer Tartarus Pro Gaming Keypad: Analog-Optical Key Switches - 32 Programmable Keys - Customizable Chroma RGB Lighting - Programmable Macro Functionality - Variable Key Press Pressure Sensitivity

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  • I thought that this pic was a very cool nespresso pod dispenser…. clicked to buy… disappointement set in as I read the description.

  • Why are these never for left handers! #sadface :'(

  • is the main difference between standard and pro the Variable Key Press Pressure Sensitivity? does anyone know or have owned?

    • I own both. Pro is much quieter as well, so good if you're sharing the room with someone who hates clacky clack haha (I'm that someone. I prefer the Pro on that note alone). Alt button is also still clacky

      Word of warning though, it's significantly more effort to push the pro keys because of this. Ok for shorter sessions, but wears my wrists down after a while

      Dual binding is useless for my use case, for example World of Warcraft. The first binding activates as soon as the midway point is reached, so even if you do depress all the way, I'm already casting the first spell. I honestly cannot think of a valid usecase for it. Seemed to have a lot of promise but I couldn't use it in the end

      • thank you so much!

        • Also not sure if you already have a Tartarus. If you have a V1 I'd recommend at least upgrading to the V2. The return of the scrollwheel :D 3 buttons for the price of one slot is great

      • It's mostly useful for movement - e.g half press to walk, full press to run or half press to peek & full press to strafe.

        Spells not so much, especially if you can't get to the full press without triggering the half.

        I owned one of these back when it was the Belkin Nostromo. I really liked it back then. Not in tossing up between the Pro & the Cooler Master mechanical analog ControlPad half keyboard thing.
        Also kind of waiting to see if Razer makes theirs fully analog because reasons.

  • Just gonna stick with my G13, but thanks anyway Op

  • Owned a previous Razer and a g13.

    Don't get this. The g13 isn't perfect but at least it has more keys. Games are too complex these days.. You need more keys.

    • Agree, G13 has 4 keys each side of the 'WASD' (ie 7 keys in first 2 rows) and a whole bunch underneath - I couldn't go less

  • Anyone ever used one of these for CAD/CAM like Fusion360? I've wondered whether these could be used as a poor-mans Space Mouse for shortcuts etc.

  • One handed browsing? ( ͡☉ ͜ʖ ͡☉)