Razer Huntsman Mini Mechanical Clicky Optical Gaming Keyboard - English
- Mechanical gaming keyboard with cutting-edge Clicky Optical switches delivers lightning-fast response times and an amazing tactile feel
- Five onboard memory profiles require no additional software to store and activate your desired settings for playing your favourite games anywhere
- Razer Chroma RGB lighting lets you enhance your gaming experience with personalised lighting effects for more than 150 Chroma-integrated gaming titles like Fortnite, Apex Legends, Warframe, and many more
- 60% form factor lets you play comfortably even on smaller desks where you have to make wide moves with your mouse
- USB Type-C cable that's 2 metres in length offers a streamlined setup on your desk, and delivers virtually lag-free input for both online and offline gaming
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Of the 1021 reviewers who responded, 939 would recommend this product.
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- I'm Gonna Be PC Gamer Now- August 2, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Where do I start? This thing just feels good. It is well built. It looks great and I think 60% of a keyboard is all anyone needs. I was shocked at how much I ended up up loving this board. It's responsive and satisfying to click the buttons. The RGB lights can be programed to fit your liking. I have mine set to reactive so whatever sound is on my PC, it obviously reacts to in a dance of lights. I love it man!!! According to Razor, they built this board after listening to feed =back from the fans, Sooo, thanks fans for leading them here. I see myself doing a lot more PC gaming now. I think you'll be getting a great value for your buck. So drop it into your cart.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Flawless 60% Keyboard from Razer- July 27, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This Razer Huntsman Mini is exactly what a lot of us having been asking for. For some time now, I've watched the community provide immense feedback in terms of the type of keyboard we'd like to see as well as the features. I was a big fan of the original Razer Huntsman Elite and we finally have one of the best keyboards on the market, imho, in sixty percent form factor. It is astounding how much space I've freed up on my desk by switching to this huntsman mini. I didn't realize how much space a traditional ten key keyboard takes up over this. I'm surprised it's taken a major retail store manufacturer this long to come out with this form factor. I keep trying to find flaws with this keyboard but I'm a bit hard pressed. It's higher quality than I would have expected from Razer. It's built like a tank. The bottom of the keyboard is constructed with a really high quality plastic with an aluminum top plate. There is no flex on the keyboard which is what lends to it feeling indestructible. We finally have stock double shot PBT keycaps. An ingenious feature of this board is the side printed secondary functions (see pics!). I found this incredibly convenient. While you're certainly not going to get get arrow or media keys with a 60% keyboard, these side printed keys provide with you the functionality of media keys, arrow keys, brightness control, and some page up/down keys by just holding down the function button. A nice touch that I really loved that Razer included here was that when you hold down the "fn" key, only the keys with secondary functions light up!!! (see pics) In terms of the typing experience, I personally love Razer's purple clicky optical switches. I have for some time now. Key type will of course come down to preference but if you prefer tactile keys and you are a fan of the previous offerings of razer's purple optical switches, then you will love these even more. For some reason, these purples feel even more stable than on the Razer Elite that I've tried. I don't know if it's because of the double shot keys or if it's because of the type of lubricant that Razer used on each one of these keys but they feel rock solid. The keys are also a lot less noisy than the traditional optical clicky purples that I've tried in the past. I could only presume that it's from the type or application of lubricant that Razer used on this keyboard. Typing on this is a dream that you have to really just try for yourself. On that note, please bear in mind that if you are coming from a traditional ten-key or TKL keyboard, it will likely take a couple or a few days to adjust to this smaller size. The keys are ever so slightly closer together because of the form factor but definitely not to the point that your hands feel cramped (for reference I have medium to large hands). The RGB lighting on this keyboard is bar none which I've already come to expect from Razer and their synapse software.They have great presets but you can also individually customize each key using Chroma Studio (listed under "Advanced Effects"). Do bear in mind though, that there is not a lot of light bleed from underneath the keycaps if that's the look you're going for. In terms of cons it's tough to find any. However, there are two things that I can nit pick. The first is I've recently started to see some online keyboard companies with 60% keyboards start to include two USB-C connectors (one on the right of the keyboard and one on the left). This is a pretty neat feature as it allows you to connect the USB-C cable closest to the side on your desk where your PC is located. While the included braided USB-C cable is super high quality, the USB-C slot is located on the upper left of the keyboard only. The second minor gripe I have is that if you decide to purchase Razer's very own doubleshot PBT keycaps that are sold separately in different colors, they do not include the side printed secondary functions!!! So bear in mind that if you do switch out the keys, you will lose those side printed shortcuts. Other than that, this is a flawless execution. I've typed up this entire review on this keyboard and these keys make me not want to stop! If you've havent had the opportunity to use a Razer product in the past, this is one that I would highly urge that you give a chance!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Love it- August 1, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] absolutely phenomenal feeling. The keys when pressed give a great deal of satisfaction. The keyboard is much thicker than I anticipated but is not awful. Additionally, the ergonomics of being able to have the keyboard adjust to 3 levels is nice for those that are picky. The software works well on windows to adjust the colors and macro functions. I wasn't able to get it to work on Mac the same way, but hey the box didn't say it was compatible with Mac! Excellent product if you don't need arrow keys or a ten key.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- AMAZING!!!- January 17, 2021
I'm in love with this keyboard, also the sound of the switches are amazing. And in game is sick.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great for typing and gaming but with fewer keys- July 30, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I replaced an old cheap keyboard with this one. The purple switches work nice for typing and make it much nicer to type then a cheap keyboard. The software also allows you to customize the colors, but I turn it off after I set it up. You can also customize the keys. It is much smaller so if you have a small space, then this is nice. Since it is connected through USB-C, if you take it somewhere else and have a USB-C cable it will work there too. Since this is a mini keyboard, it does mean you are missing keys. The F# keys are gone and the arrow plus number pad is gone. The size of the keys is standard, so the reduction is by having fewer keys, which is good so you don't need to get used to small keys. For gaming, if you use the F5 or F8 keys for saving/load you'll now need to do it a different way. For desktop the same for arrow keys. The nice thing though is that the Fn key actually adds these buttons back, and they are pretty intuitive (like FN + 5 is F5). Once you get used to using Fn it's almost the same as having a full-sized keyboard, but it does take some getting used to. Overall, if you have a larger desk and need to use the keypad, F# keys, or arrow keys, you're probably better off getting a full-sized keyboard. On the other hand, if you're looking to use little space and still have a functional nice keyboard, then I would strongly recommend this.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.