American PC hardware and accessories manufacturing company <em>Razer<\/em> announced an <em>eSports-level gaming keyboard<\/em> in the popular <em>Hunstman<\/em>\u00a0range.\r\n\r\nThe new <em>Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition<\/em> owes much of the design to the original Huntsman, but this one doesn't have the dedicated number pad. Razer opted for a compact design instead. It is also faster, and that's the reason eSports superstars recommend it.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Razer\/status\/1172165612467965953\r\n\r\nThe <em>Tournament Edition<\/em> debuts the revolutionary <em>Linear Optical Switch<\/em> technology which guarantees blistering actuation compared to <em>optomechanical switches<\/em>. The Hunstman TE <em>actuates at 1 mm<\/em> while the original model <em>actuates at 1.5 mm.<\/em>\r\n\r\n"Razer is the pioneer in esports and athletes have used Razer gear for the unfair advantage," says Alvin Cheung, the Razer's Peripherals Business Unit Senior VP. "We teamed up with some of the top esports champions to develop the Huntsman Tournament Edition keyboard, and anyone will be able to feel the difference in their performance immediately."\r\n\r\n<em>Pro eSports players<\/em> have tested the TE. Arteezy, the <em>Dota 2<\/em> guru from Evil Geniuses says it is the ultimate keyboard for Dota 2. It comes in handy when he has to hit buttons quickly to micro his units as fast as possible. The Huntsman TE has also been tested by several other eSports hotshots including MIBR's TACO, and Seoul Dynasty's Ryujehong.\r\n\r\n[gallery ids="26241,26243,26244,26245,26246"]\r\n\r\n<em>Razer<\/em> also boasts about the durability of the <em>Hunstman Tournament Edition<\/em>. The <em>Doubleshot PBT keycaps<\/em> are designed to withstand those intense training sessions, and will still rise to the occasion at the competitive stage. They resist wear and tear and will retain the texture. The Huntsman TE guarantees up to <em>100 million keystrokes.<\/em>\r\n\r\nAs far as the design goes, the Huntsman TE is a <em>tenkeyless keyboard<\/em> with a <em>detachable USB-Type C port.<\/em> It is ideal for the on-the-go gamer courtesy of the compact form factor. It also features <em>per-key RGB lighting<\/em> powered by <em>Razer Chroma.<\/em>\r\n\r\nGamers can also take advantage of the <em>five profile settings<\/em>. You don't have to spend time configuring the mouse again, when switching between games, or when it's a new user at the rig. The keys are also standardized to allow for easy customization with <em>third-party keycaps.<\/em>\r\n\r\nThe <em>Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition<\/em> is available at the Razer Store for $130. You will also find this mechanical keyboard on Amazon, and interestingly, it retails at the same price as the standard edition.\r\n\r\nWhether you are a gamer or, computer user looking to enhance productivity, the Tournament Edition is definitely the best choice. It is also backed up by a <em>two-year warranty<\/em> just like the original Huntsman.