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    Razer Tartarus Gaming Keypad - Membrane Keypad for Gaming - Razer United States

    I thought this was a pretty cool gaming pad from Razer the Razer Tartarus

    Anyone have any experience with it and if so how did you like it.


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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    Me like.

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    I currently have and use the Razer Nostromo
    RAZER Nostromo Black 16 fully programmable hyperesponse keys Normal Keys USB Wired Gaming Expert Gaming Keypad - Newegg.com

    It's the older version of it and I really like it. You can program any of the keys to anything you want or any macro's you make.

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    Sandy see if you can get this in for review

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    Think I just saw one of these at Microcenter. It was made by Razar and looked just like it. Thought it was cool


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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    I would be curious about how it works! Ive seen the earlier version it was in a giveaway by Razor I would have liked to scored it to try it out! Definatly a cool piece of Hardware!

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    I would love to play BF-4 using one.

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    if they made one of these in mechanical keys I would be interested...
    I had the Logi G13 before to match my G15 and although its cool, I liked the traditional keyboard beter, but this one looks interesting.. too bad no one makes then in mechanical yet..

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    NewEgg has this on the NEWEGGFLASH site. 7 days $65.99. down from $79.99. Sell ends Sunday.

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    I may just bite the bullet and purchase it! now that is on a sale

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    what is it like a mouse with macro keys?
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Razer Tartarus

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    what is it like a mouse with macro keys?
    No from what I understand more like a keyboard with programmable gaming keys only

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