Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Price List September, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

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Cheapest Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Price in Philippines is ₱ 7,000.00

The Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 price in Philippines is ₱ 7,000.00 from Shopee. Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 price details are updated September 2021.

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 4.557.500 ₱ 15,994.00
Malaysia MYR 589.90 ₱ 7,078.00
Philippines PHP 7,000.00 ₱ 7,000.00
Singapore SGD 289.90 ₱ 10,764.00

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelBlackWidow Chroma v2
DateJan 2017
Power source typeUSB
Recommended usageGaming
Device interfaceUSB
Keyboard key switchMechanical
Pointing deviceNo
Keyboard form factorStandard
Numeric keypadYes
Keyboard keys operating life80 million characters
Windows keysYes
Hot keysYes
Number of hot keys5
Programmable hot keysYes
Connectivity technologyWired
USB hubNo
Fingerprint readerNo
Actuation force50 g
Rollover10-key rollover
Non-slip baseYes
Polling rate (max)1000 Hz
Product colourBlack
Backlight typeRGB LED
Backlight colourMulti
Keyboard styleStraight
Full-size keyboardYes
Wrist restYes
Surface colorationMonotone
Mouse includedNo

Reviews of Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2

Reviewed on 2017-10-31
Magnetic wrist rest is a huge step up over most competitors, Razer's lighting is still top-notch, New Razer Yellow switch is an excellent Cherry MX Speed imitation
Lacks dedicated media keys, Wrist rest is great, but some may not want to use it (or have their own), Expensive
When I reviewed Razer's faux-mechanical rubber-dome Ornata keyboard a few months back, I mostly found myself admiring its wrist rest. Yes, wrist rest. Usually a pack-in wrist rest means a cheap piece of hard plastic or, if you're lucky, rubbery plastic th...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-20
First off, the keyboard is pretty big compared to the Razer Ornata but this is to be expected for a full sized keyboard. The keys, however, are quite close together when compared to something like the Logitech G910 or the SteelSeries M500, making it seem...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-27
Full sized keys with a complete Numpad and 5 macro keys – ready to be programmed on-the-fly, Softer mechanical keys that have lesser travel and lower actuation force. This is great for those who game a lot but not so sure about those who code and type, Th...
Razer has below average quality check policies and this can result in a faulty piece the first time if you are really unlucky. Thankfully, Razer replaces any defunct piece immediately though you still have to wait for a few days, The Synapse does not prov...
For Razer fans, the BlackWidow is the definition of a mechanical gaming keyboard. It has a catchy design and a long standing history however over the years, this keyboard has lost out a bit to the competition by not staying updated. Those who can splurge...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-28
With the debut of Razer's new linear yellow keyboard switches, one of the gaming-est keyboards going gets a lot gamier. It's a board for playing, not so much for typing.Razer's Blackwidow line has been carving out spots in best mechanical gaming keyboard...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-24
Over the past couple of weeks, I've received a few mechanical gaming keyboards to test out. In particular, new units from Creative and Razer have arrived, both which pack full RGB backlighting and remarkably similar feature sets. Naturally I wanted to tes...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-17
At first we would like to thank Razer for offering us their BlackWidow Chroma V2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for testing and reviewing."Razer is more than just the world's leading brand in gaming.We were founded in 1998 in San Diego, California by our CEO...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-01
Great, satisfying build quality, Orange Keyswitches are wonderfully quiet but satisfying, Hypnotic and customisable RGB settings, A wrist rest
Plastic build instead of another material, Bad placement of USB/aux passthrough
It didn't take long for me to figure out why Razer call this keyboard the Blackwidow. We tested with Razer's Orange Switches in place – the ‘Tactile and Silent' variety – and they prove the Blackwidow Chroma V2 is a shockingly pleasing keyboard for typing...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-13
Dedicated Macro Keys (5), RBG (Chroma), Comfortable Padded Wrist Rest, Quiet Linear Mechanical Keys, Synapse Enabled, Quality Feel & Weight, Feet with Aggressive Grip, 10 Key AntiGhosting, 1000Hz Ultra Polling, Dedicated Macro Keys (5), RBG (Chroma), Comf...
No Hardware Profile Storage, Marketing that may add to cost of product, No OnBoard Processor, No Multimedia Keys, RightSide Ports, Price, No Hardware Profile Storage, Marketing that may add to cost of product, No OnBoard Processor, No Multimedia Keys, Rig...
Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 is the current iteration of the now classic BlackWidow from Razer that first came out back in 2010. Razer has sought to improve their mechanical keyboards over the years and even started making their own variant of the Cherry sw...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-08
I've been a fan of Razer ever since I bought my first Razer Blade laptop nearly 4 years ago. And, I've always been a fan of mechanical keyboards with their tell-tale “clickety-klack” sounds and tactile responsiveness. So I was naturally very hopeful that...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-26
Comfortable key, New Yellow switches work wel, Pretty lightin, Intuitive software
Expensiv, Very little new since the previous model
The time has come for the latest version of Razer's flagship mechanical keyboard: the BlackWidow Chroma V2 ($170). As usual, the BlackWidow is an attractive peripheral with comfortable keys and some helpful extra features. Now, it also comes with a magnet...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-25
I reviewed the BlackWidow X Chroma not too long ago, and I was very impressed. That keyboard is sort of a stripped-down spin-off of Razer's popular BlackWidow model, and I still use it at home to this day, which is a clear testament to how much I liked i...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-25
Comfortable wrist rest - magnetically attached, Chroma backlighting, 16.8-million colors, community development, 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting, USB pass-through, audio-out/mic-in jacks, 3 different top-notch mechanical switch options
Chroma backlighting not necessary for everyone, No media buttons, No USB-C for peripherals
Razer's mechanical gaming keyboard line BlackWidow got a redesign with a new name: “V2”. Today we're checking out the action on the keys, the color under the keys, and the build quality of the whole keyboard. Razer changed up their game 4 years after laun...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-24
Minimalistic design, Fully programmable, individually backlit keys, Lighting is attractive, with easily customizable colors and effects, Responsive mechanical switches, Includes macro keys and USB 2.0 pass-through,
Lacks a media bar, Wrist rest can result in some uncomfortable typing angles
The BlackWidow Chroma V2 ($169.99) is the main follow-up to Razer's popular BlackWidow gaming keyboard, which has gone through several spinoff iterations such as the Ultimate ($99.95 at Amazon)and the Tournament Edition. The full makeover is now here, wit...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-24
Dedicated Macro Keys, RBG (Chroma), Comfortable Padded Wrist Rest, Razer Green, Orange & Yellow Keys, Synapse Enabled, Audio Passthrough, Quality Feel & Weight, 10 Key AntiGhosting, Per Key Programibility, Dedicated Macro Keys, RBG (Chroma), Comfortable P...
No Hardware Profile Storage, No Cabling Amenities, No OnBoard Processor, No Multimedia Keys, Price, No Hardware Profile Storage, No Cabling Amenities, No OnBoard Processor, No Multimedia Keys, Price
Razers original BlackWidow keyboard came out in 2010 and quickly became one of the most popular keyboards on the market. In August of 2014 Razer did a re-release of the BlackWidow in a Chroma edition that became the defacto choice of e-gamers worldwide an...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-31
When I reviewed Razer's faux-mechanical rubber-dome Ornata keyboard a few months back, I mostly found myself admiring its wrist rest. Yes, wrist rest. Usually a pack-in wrist rest means a cheap piece of hard plastic or, if you're lucky, rubbery plastic th...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-07
It's the question that every PC nerd has asked themselves as they've been poring over online store listings: should I buy a mechanical keyboard with clicky tactile switches, or one with silent and linear keys? I compared two otherwise identical keyboards...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-03
Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Review – The BlackWidow is Razer's most popular gaming keyboard line-ups for many years. I've used and reviewed most of them throughout the years here at Craving Tech like the original BlackWidow Chroma, BlackWidow Ultimate 201...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-02
SpecificationsMechanical keys are also the choice for professional e-sport gamers and the key stroke life span of Razer's is 80 million which is quite insane. Furthermore, Razer's keys have a protective housing to help dirt and grime away from the parts u...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-27
I spend a lot of time with keyboards. Between writing my articles and playing all manner of games on PC, my fingers are usually hitting keys. As such, I like making sure that I have a solid keyboard that I can use. While I have yet to find the perfect key...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-05
When it comes to PC gear and accessories, Razer is easily one of the most recognizable brands in the market today. A big reason for this recognition isn't just because of the quality of their products, but how Razer names and markets them too. Mice are sn...
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