We’ve featured multiple Razer peripherals on the Weekend Warrior in the past, today we’re looking at a compact form factor keyboard with analog switches: The Huntsman Mini Analog.

Taking an already impressive device, the Huntsman Mini, and developing it further with Analog switches, Razer has given more control and precision to users.

Whether it’s tiptoeing through a stealth mission in an FPS, or flat out sprinting there is no need for toggles – just use a single key. If you’re more into racing, then using fine throttle and steering controls in a racing simulator is just as easy with the analog switches allowing users to provide a percentage of input, rather than the “all or nothing” digital approach.

Like its predecessor, the Huntsman Mini Analog is a 60% form factor and is adorned with Doubleshot PBT keycaps for durability and tactile feel. Topped off with a detachable USB-C cable, you’ve got a portable option that will give you a great gaming experience.

Coming very soon to Razer online and retail stores, the Huntsman Mini Analog will set you back AU$259.95

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That cut down Razer keyboard is no good for me, Phil. I regularly make use of the function keys, the cursor block, and the numpad. So I have to look at full size keyboards.
The full size Razer Huntsman V2 Analog shows a price of $379.95 AUD on the AU Razer Store, and is out of stock in AU. It’s listing for $249.99 USD, and in stock on the US Razer Store.