BlackWidow Chroma V2 Review

Our Verdict

Razer’s BlackWidow Chroma V2 adds a set of upgrades over the original Chroma including a different font, LED indicator panel, body and keycap coating, and finally a wrist rest. The font has a more professional look rather than the gamer font previously. The sturdy plastic body didn’t show any flex, and it will be able to take a beating to last you longer. The new matte coating on the chassis will keep oil stains away but the keycaps don’t do a good enough job. Speaking of keycaps, the stem isn’t thick enough and it doesn’t provide a snug fit on the switches. This resulted in the keycaps, apart from the alphabets, coming off after some rigourous typing. The final upgrade from the previous keyboard is the handy cushioned wrist rest that attaches with the keyboard through magnets.

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