Razer DeathStalker Ultimate Price in Singapore & Specifications
From S$ 674.46
From 1 seller at NewEgg Seller is referred to as item providers listed on various e-commerce/shopping platforms.
Compare 1 offer
Top Selling in Computer Accessories
|Release Date in Singapore|
|Keyboard form factor||Standard|
|Programmable hot keys||Yes|
|Number of products included||1 pc(s)|
Reviewed on 2013-01-23
A little while ago Razer released a keyboard designed for Star Wars : The Old Republic. It had some serious features but because of the specific design it had a very niche audience. We can't have been the only people hoping that the plentiful array of ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-10-29
Switchblade UI is useful for multitasking and viewing maps, health bars, etc, Keys are comfortable to type on, macros are easy to record and execute
Switchblade UI does not meaningfully improve the experience of playing most games, Synapse software is slow and frustrating to use
PC enthusiasts expect to pay extra for premium peripherals, and Razer's new Deathstalker Ultimate ($250) pushes that expectation to the breaking point by including a flashy new touchscreen interface that's unlike anything we've ever seen in a gaming keybo...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-10-22
Switchblade UI. Adjustable multi-color backlight. Razer Synapse 2.0. Fully programmable.
Bottom Line, The Razer DeathStalker Ultimate is the only gaming keyboard to consider, if you want to use Razer's Switchblade UI without shelling out the price of a premium gaming laptop. For everyone else, however, there are better (and cheaper) options o...
Premium bells and whistles are expensive under any circumstances, but when it comes to gaming equipment, those extras are sometimes pricey enough to cost an arm and a leg even when paired with middling core features. Case in point: the Razer DeathStalker ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-10-08
What would be the ultimate keyboard for PC gaming? No, bigger. Like, ultimate ultimate. Holograms and laserbeams and sh*t? That stuff is not possible yet, but how about a multitouch screen display and 10 programmable buttons with their own dedicated backd...Read more >