Razer Tartarus Chroma Gaming Keypad Review
The Tartarus Chroma packaging is up to Razer's usual high standards with a clear picture of the product and a handy list of the main features.
Here is the Tartarus freed from its confines. There are 15 main keys, two thumb keys, and an 8-way which is fully programmable. On the underside is the lever which adjusts the positioning of the palm rest. Otherwise it's just a small keyboard.
There is about an inchs worth of travel on the palm rest ensuring the best ergonomics and most comfortable playing experience. It is the only adjustment available on the Tartarus.
Whereas most keyboards work on the 'keys furthest away are raised the highest' ideology, the Tartarus reverses this with the top row of keys being the flattest and the bottom row angled away from you. It is weird until you get used to it, but it's not objectively worse than the normal ergonomics we experience. Just different.