The developers at BioWare have said that macros will not be available in game at launch, but apparently that will not stop the SWTOR Razer keyboard from allowing you to macro commands via its LED track-panel and 10 dynamic tactile keys.
The mouse sports 12 programmable thumb buttons, much like the Naga. If you have played any MMO with a Naga, you know that this mouse makes activating your special attacks easier and faster than reaching with your fingers over the keyboard. However, this mouse does have a slightly different case design than the classic Naga, and of course, displays either the Galactic Republic or the Sith Empire logo.
You can't have a Razer mouse without a SWTOR Razer mousepad (well, maybe you can). This mousepad is specifically designed to help the Razer mouse glide evenly over the surface and give you precise movement with the cursor.
Lastly, the SWTOR Razer headset yields 5.1 surround sound. Cutting someone in half with a lightsaber sounds best when you can hear it in 3-D sound.
After the break, check out the video by Razer showing off the SWTOR Razer keyboard.
[Update: Dover from Darth Hater spoke to Razer at E3. The full video interview is after the break.]
- Key specs
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- Type Gaming
- Ergonomics Right-handed
- Sensor type Laser
- Resolution 5600 dpi
- Scrolling device Scroll wheel (2-way)
- Buttons 17
- Special buttons Programmable
- Connection type Wired (USB)