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Razer's BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition is a sleeker version of the original

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Razer's BlackWidow Chroma keyboard is getting a smaller, sleeker tournament edition and it goes on sale today.

To make the BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma Keyboard smaller, Razer removed the number pad, the five macro keys on the left side of the board, the USB passthrough and the audio plugs. The keyboard now comes with a detachable cable, improved Razer mechanical switches and its own carrying case.

The $139.99 tournament edition board still includes the 16.8 million customizable color options, which allow you to define your own key zones lighting effects and add multiple layers of customization.

If you're into mechanical boards or just want to learn more about them, take the time to read our feature on mechanical boards, how they sound, look and work.

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