This time we have something new - and also old - from Razer. The game controller in question is the Nostromo, which is a kind of gaming keyboard. Nostromo as a name may sound familiar and in fact, the Belkin Nostromo was the first item that we reviewed in MetkuMods when the site started doing product reviews. Razer has since released an upgraded version of the original pad. Now lets see what Razer has done to get this design up to date.
Package & Specs
- Ergonomic form factor and tournament-grade layout
- 16 fully programmable Hyperesponse™ keys
- Programmable 8-way directional thumb pad and scroll wheel
- Instantaneous switching between 8 key maps
- Unlimited macro lengths
- Stores up to 20 different game profiles
- Adjustable soft-touch wrist pad for exceptional comfort
- Backlit keypad and scroll wheel for total control even in dark conditions
- Enhanced Razer configurator software
- Dimensions (approx) 184(L) x 160(W) x 59(H) mm
- Weight (approg) 250 g
Just like most other peripheral, also the Nostromo comes packed in a flashy package with an opening door that reveals the gaming pad inside. The features and specifications are printed all around the box.
The Nostromo features 16 fully customizable buttons, 8-way thumb pad and a scroll wheel. It also has 20 profiles for different games and via the software, one can record unlimited macros to the customizable keys. Just like most high-end keyboard it's also backlit.
The bundle is limited to Razer product catalog, manual and two stickers. The drivers can be downloaded from the Razer site, so you always get the latest version. The cable is about two meters long and covered in the same braiding we've seen on the cables of many gaming mice.
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