Microsoft and Razer are at it again
Subject: General Tech | April 17, 2007 - 03:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
First it was the Microsoft Habu, a mouse co-designed by the two companies. Now it is a keyboard that bears the moniker Reclusa. With USB hubs, a backlight, and customizable keys that can accept macros or commands. Even better it will support up to 5 profiles for those keys. Check out the review at techPowerUp!, it's the only way to see the keyboard, as it isn't for sale yet.
"The Microsoft Razer Reclusa is the second product to be released from the two companies. While it may look quite out of
this world, its functions are well placed and the Razer software rounds up the package. We take a close look at all the
additional keys as well as the software behind the device and let you know if it is a steal for $60, or if we rather want
to go back to our normal keyboards."
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