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Looking for an ultra-compact gaming keyboard to complete your system? Razer has just released a new mini keyboard - Huntsman Mini.

This is Razer's first 60% keyboard and joins the current series of Huntsman gaming keyboards. The Huntsman series also has a full-size option and an 80% keyless Huntsman TE model.

For such a small keyboard, all the keys appear to be a reasonable size, which means you shouldn't have too much trouble typing.

This type of keyboard is ideal for people who lack space and can comfortably use the minimum number of keys. You won't see the numeric keypad, arrow keys, or function keys here. For this reason, having a 60% keyboard is an adventure to love or hate. Some people like to have a compact keyboard that can be easily stored. Others found the lack of dedicated functions or multimedia keys maddening. However, don't worry too much. You can still find all the missing function keys hidden as alternate function keys. To make things like games easier, you can store any custom key combination configuration file through the hybrid onboard storage for easy access.

For those who are looking for a keyboard that matches their gaming system, Razer offers several different colors. You can get a pure black or mercury white keyboard.

All versions of this keyboard are equipped with Razer's iconic RGB lighting effects, and the backlit keys can be easily customized using Razer's Synapse software. You can use up to 16.8 million color combinations and save any lighting presets in onboard storage. The

also has two types of optical switches: linear or click. The Clicky version was launched, priced at $ 119.99. However, if you are looking for a quieter keyboard, the linear keyboard will be available later this summer at a price of $ 129.99. Razer

claims to be a huge improvement over its first-gen linear switches in terms of noise reduction. So if you want the tactile feedback of a mechanical keyboard, but don't have all the rackets that come with it, this might be a good option for you. This keyboard designed by Razer

is very sturdy. It has a lifespan of 100 million keystrokes and the keyboard uses double-shot PBT keys. This prevents letters and numbers from fading or creating an annoying glow over time.

You can now buy the new Huntsman Mini (click version) from Amazon for $119.99. When the linear switch version is about to be launched, we will notify you in time.

If this 60% keyboard is not attractive to you, why not check out our buyer's guide for other great Razer keyboards?

What is your position on 60% of keyboards: love them or hate them? Will you buy a new Razer Huntsman Mini? Please let us know in the comments below.

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