Razer Tartarus V2, Mecha-Membrane Gaming Keypad (32 Programmable Keys with 8-Way Thumb-Pad and RGB Chroma Lighting) - Black £69.99 with code @ Amazon
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Razer Tartarus V2, Mecha-Membrane Gaming Keypad (32 Programmable Keys with 8-Way Thumb-Pad and RGB Chroma Lighting) - Black £69.99 with code @ Amazon

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Found 25th Jan
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Not particulally cheap as razer product genrally arent, but its rare to see any discount on razer products as a whole. i am tempted to buy my self but i am unsure
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I am looking for more of advice over buying this then actually posting the deal, I am trying to get a keyboard and mouse setup ready for when they release k+m support on the xbox one x. I have quite specific specifcations on what i am looking for on a keyboard and mouse. for the mouse for example im looking for par 100grams in weight or as close as possible, with a dpi shift. For the keyboard i was very keen on getting a keypad. I have a £50 voucher for argos but they are very limited on their gaming mice so up to now i was thinking get this and the logitech g502 from argos but the weight of the g502 is above what i am looking for. A other option was instead of buying this i would purchase the steelseries rival 600 for the same price and purchase a mechanical "keyboard" from argos but yet again they are limited on their gaming keyboards i just dont know
Edited by: "IIIajhIII" 25th Jan
I myself love the g502. As for the weight not sure if the said weight is before you add the weights to the mouse or after. But it’s a great mouse goes nicely with my g910 kb and g933 headset
Been looking at this sort of thing myself Logitech one obviously, and I’m not sure if I’d enjoy it over my mouse and keyboard
Edited by: "B3aver" 25th Jan
I've owned the Belkin Nostromo and then when that died after 13-years (and Razer took over making it) got the Razer Tartarus Chroma. As a big PC FPS fan found this to be the most comfortable product for gaming with. Recommend one of these over W,A,S,D any day.
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B3aver9 m ago

I myself love the g502. As for the weight not sure if the said weight is …I myself love the g502. As for the weight not sure if the said weight is before you add the weights to the mouse or after. But it’s a great mouse goes nicely with my g910 kb and g933 headset Been looking at this sort of thing myself Logitech one obviously, and I’m not sure if I’d enjoy it over my mouse and keyboard


cheers for that i will probably make a desicion by tonight on which way i will be going with it, swayed towards this and the g502 but the new steelseries mouse seems like a insanely good mouse
IIIajhIII1 h, 18 m ago

I am looking for more of advice over buying this then actually posting the …I am looking for more of advice over buying this then actually posting the deal, I am trying to get a keyboard and mouse setup ready for when they release k+m support on the xbox one x. I have quite specific specifcations on what i am looking for on a keyboard and mouse. for the mouse for example im looking for par 100grams in weight or as close as possible, with a dpi shift. For the keyboard i was very keen on getting a keypad. I have a £50 voucher for argos but they are very limited on their gaming mice so up to now i was thinking get this and the logitech g502 from argos but the weight of the g502 is above what i am looking for. A other option was instead of buying this i would purchase the steelseries rival 600 for the same price and purchase a mechanical "keyboard" from argos but yet again they are limited on their gaming keyboards i just dont know


Make sure the mouse has in built drivers, my PS4 Pro doesn't recognise all mice.
get an orbweaver, mech keys.
they go on ebay for similar prices.
I've always wondered about these, can the thumbpad be used to control movement in FPS games? I've always wanted to try thumbstick movement with mouse aiming
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Tensketch6 m ago

I've always wondered about these, can the thumbpad be used to control …I've always wondered about these, can the thumbpad be used to control movement in FPS games? I've always wanted to try thumbstick movement with mouse aiming


from what iv heard they can be used in that way, but its not reccomened if you are used to playing with an actual keyboard
Edited by: "IIIajhIII" 25th Jan
Tensketch20 m ago

I've always wondered about these, can the thumbpad be used to control …I've always wondered about these, can the thumbpad be used to control movement in FPS games? I've always wanted to try thumbstick movement with mouse aiming


I've got the original Razer Tartarus and that can have the thumb stick be mapped to movement (e.g. WASD). Seeing as it works with the orignal Tartarus, I think it's safe to assume the V2 can also do it (they use a program called Razer Synapse to reprogram the buttons).

In my own experience it feels really weird for movement, actual keys feel way more accurate. I mostly use the thumbstick for camera control (superb for MOBAs).
Edited by: "Jesse148" 25th Jan
Jesse1485 m ago

I've got the original Razer Tartarus and that can have the thumb stick be …I've got the original Razer Tartarus and that can have the thumb stick be mapped to movement (e.g. WASD). Seeing as it works with the orignal Tartarus, I think it's safe to assume the V2 can also do it (they use a program called Razer Synapse to reprogram the buttons).



IIIajhIII16 m ago

from what iv heard they can be used in that way, but its not reccomened if …from what iv heard they can be used in that way, but its not reccomened if you are used to playing with an actual keyboard


Ah OK I see. I was kinda hoping for the context sensitive movement, so if I lightly push the stick forward, I'd walk slowly etc. Doesn't matter.
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