The first digit in an IP rating covers dust protection, and the second number refers to water protection.
This means that gamers and casual users of this keyboard will not have to worry about any liquid or food that may spill over the keyboard. Razer is arguably the most recognizable brand of the bunch, though, and the inclusion of water resistance in its flagship keyboard is bound to make the feature more commonplace.
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Besides being able to put up with your eating and cleaning habits, the keyboard will come with a dynamic range of lighting effects with customisable lighting profiles as well as individually backlit keys.
The new Razer BlackWidow Ultimate mechanical gaming keyboard is IP54 rated.
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After releasing the Cynosa Chroma a couple of weeks ago, Razer is introducing yet another keyboard, and it's a refresh of the BlackWidow Ultimate this time around. The keyboard is available on Razerzone.com for $ 109.99 and will be available Worldwide in Q4 of 2017. Similar element resistance is coming to other devices as well, and the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate is an upgraded version of their popular keyboard that now has an IP54 water and dust resistance rating. The company has added 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting along with Razer Synapse software. The keys cannot only highlight different color schemes for different games, but can also be programmed to cycle through shades in waves, ripples and other animations.
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