Razer is a name recognised around the globe for high-quality gaming peripherals. In a surprise move, they have moved to the mainstream offering productivity focussed hardware aimed at working from home. The inclusions in the Pro range are the Pro Click, Pro Type and Pro Glide.

Razer Pro Click US$99.99

The Pro Click has been created in partnership with Humanscale, a manufacturer known for ergonomic products that improve comfort in daily working life. Ergonomically contoured to position the user’s wrist at a neutral 30-degree angle, therefore preventing discomfort and injuries associated with long term mouse use.

  • Ergonomic Form Factor
  • Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor
  • Tested for a lifecycle of up to 50 million clicks
  • Connectivity for up to 4 devices
  • Extended battery life (over 400 hours)

Razer Pro Type US$139.99

When you’re in front of a PC a lot, then the keyboard is your primary interface. We’ve looked at a couple lately and it’s paramount for a keyboard to be responsive, comfy and to your liking. The Pro Type keyboard features a soft-touch coating and Razer’s Orange Mechanical Switches These are quiet but still offer a tactile touch.

  • Razer orange mechanical switches
  • Tested for up to 80 million keystrokes
  • Bluetooth and Wireless connectivity for up to 4 devices
  • Fully Programmable keys with macro recording

Razer Pro Glide US$9.99

Rounding out the Razer Productivity Suite is the Pro Glide. It completes the look, while working with the Pro Click mouse to compliment its capability. The surface is the designed for accurate pointing and smooth tracking with your mouse.

  • Thick, high density foam backing
  • Cushioned surface for long term comfort
  • Non-slip backing
  • Dimensions: 360x275x3mm

If you need to replace one, or all of the components in your home productivity suite then taking a look at the Razer Pro suite would be a great option. It’s so important though to know what touch you like from a keyboard and what shape of mouse suits your hands. There’s plenty of reviews and advice online that can help you decide on your next peripherals set.

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Dallas Grant
Dallas Grant
29 days ago

Razer make overpriced junk, simple as that, they can try and make “professional” products but anyorne who buys anything they make are brain-dead morons.