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Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White

Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White

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Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard: Fastest Keyboard Switches Ever - Linear Optical Switches - Chroma RGB Lighting - PBT Keycaps - Onboard Memory - Mercury White
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Color: Mercury White


Size: Keyboard


Style: Huntsman Mini


Configuration: Linear Optical Switch


Features

  • The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc., U.S. Retail Tracking Service, Gaming Designed: Keyboards, Mice, PC Headsets, and PC Microphones, Based on dollar sales, Jan. 2017- June 2020 combined
  • Faster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: Razer Linear Optical switch technology uses optical beam-based actuation, registering key presses at the speed of light (15-30% shorter actuation distance than other linear switches at 1.0 mm)
  • Ultimate Personalization & Gaming Immersion with Razer Chroma: Fully syncs with popular games, Razer hardware, Philips Hue, and gear from 30+ partners; supports 16.8 million colors on individually backlit keys
  • Quality, Aluminum Construction: Covered with a matte, aluminum top frame for increased structural integrity
  • Oil-Resistant Doubleshot PBT Keycaps: Made of textured, high-grade PBT for a more durable and textured finish less prone to long-term grime buildup
  • Fully Programmable Macros: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands

Description

Color:Mercury White | Size:Keyboard | Style:Huntsman Mini | Configuration:Linear Optical Switch Dominate on a different scale with the Razer Huntsman Mini—a 60% gaming keyboard with cutting-edge Razer Optical Switches. Highly portable and ideal for streamlined setups, it’s time to experience lightning-fast actuation in our most compact form factor yet.


Brand: Razer


Series: Huntsman


Item model number: RZ03-03390400-R3M1


Hardware Platform: PC


Item Weight: 1.15 pounds


Product Dimensions: 4.07 x 11.56 x 1.45 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 4.07 x 11.56 x 1.45 inches


Color: Mercury White


Manufacturer: Razer Inc.


Date First Available: July 14, 2020


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Color: Mercury White


Size: Keyboard


Style: Huntsman Mini


Configuration: Linear Optical Switch


Features

  • The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc., U.S. Retail Tracking Service, Gaming Designed: Keyboards, Mice, PC Headsets, and PC Microphones, Based on dollar sales, Jan. 2017- June 2020 combined
  • Faster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: Razer Linear Optical switch technology uses optical beam-based actuation, registering key presses at the speed of light (15-30% shorter actuation distance than other linear switches at 1.0 mm)
  • Ultimate Personalization & Gaming Immersion with Razer Chroma: Fully syncs with popular games, Razer hardware, Philips Hue, and gear from 30+ partners; supports 16.8 million colors on individually backlit keys
  • Quality, Aluminum Construction: Covered with a matte, aluminum top frame for increased structural integrity
  • Oil-Resistant Doubleshot PBT Keycaps: Made of textured, high-grade PBT for a more durable and textured finish less prone to long-term grime buildup
  • Fully Programmable Macros: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands

Description

Color:Mercury White | Size:Keyboard | Style:Huntsman Mini | Configuration:Linear Optical Switch Dominate on a different scale with the Razer Huntsman Mini—a 60% gaming keyboard with cutting-edge Razer Optical Switches. Highly portable and ideal for streamlined setups, it’s time to experience lightning-fast actuation in our most compact form factor yet.


Brand: Razer


Series: Huntsman


Item model number: RZ03-03390400-R3M1


Hardware Platform: PC


Item Weight: 1.15 pounds


Product Dimensions: 4.07 x 11.56 x 1.45 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 4.07 x 11.56 x 1.45 inches


Color: Mercury White


Manufacturer: Razer Inc.


Date First Available: July 14, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc., U.S. Retail Tracking Service, Gaming Designed: Keyboards, Mice, PC Headsets, and PC Microphones, Based on dollar sales, Jan. 2017- June 2020 combined
  • Faster Than Traditional Mechanical Switches: Razer Linear Optical switch technology uses optical beam-based actuation, registering key presses at the speed of light (15-30% shorter actuation distance than other linear switches at 1.0 mm)
  • Ultimate Personalization & Gaming Immersion with Razer Chroma: Fully syncs with popular games, Razer hardware, Philips Hue, and gear from 30+ partners; supports 16.8 million colors on individually backlit keys
  • Quality, Aluminum Construction: Covered with a matte, aluminum top frame for increased structural integrity
  • Oil-Resistant Doubleshot PBT Keycaps: Made of textured, high-grade PBT for a more durable and textured finish less prone to long-term grime buildup
  • Fully Programmable Macros: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands

Description

Color:Mercury White | Size:Keyboard | Style:Huntsman Mini | Configuration:Linear Optical Switch Dominate on a different scale with the Razer Huntsman Mini—a 60% gaming keyboard with cutting-edge Razer Optical Switches. Highly portable and ideal for streamlined setups, it’s time to experience lightning-fast actuation in our most compact form factor yet.


Brand: Razer


Series: Huntsman


Item model number: RZ03-03390400-R3M1


Hardware Platform: PC


Item Weight: 1.15 pounds


Product Dimensions: 4.07 x 11.56 x 1.45 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 4.07 x 11.56 x 1.45 inches


Color: Mercury White


Manufacturer: Razer Inc.


Date First Available: July 14, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Calipark - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2019
Watch out for misleading marketing
So far this keyboard has been fine. Definitely not worth the $120 USD I paid though. The reason I'm giving this 1 star is for the flagrant misleading marketing and product information concerning the on-board memory feature. Flat out, you cannot store lighting profiles on the keyboard's memory as they lead you to believe. If you are on a Mac or a PC without the spyware ridden Razer Synapse 3 software you are stuck with the distracting default color cycling lighting effect. You can't even choose to set a static color. A Razer engineer who worked on this keyboard posted on Razer's support forums and claimed they cut on-board lighting storage due vague complications with RAM use under complex lighting profiles and compatibility with older keyboards. I can understand hardware limitations but the compatibility claims are weak. In the engineers own words, the on-board storage only extends to the macro feature. Which most people won't use anyways. Still, the marketing clearly leads you to believe your entire profile would be stored in the on-board memory. Quoted from this very store page "HYBRID ON-BOARD MEMORY AND CLOUD STORAGE: Access personalized settings anywhere". Let's be real here. This is an issue that won't affect the majority of users. I'm sure most of you are perfectly fine with having the Synapse software installed and being forced to make an account (all while giving your personal info to Razer). But those of use who just want simple static lighting or very basic lighting features are out of luck. It's a $120 keyboard. Razer can do better than this. You can buy better than this for less money from a company with less of a history of misleading their costumers. If Razer fixes this issue, I'll update this review. But I'm not holding my breath.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By kunoh - Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2018
Despite loud keys, excellent gaming and typing experience; can replace keycaps
I really like the feel of this keyboard. Typing and gaming feels great, and the over all build of this keyboard is top-notch. Be warned though - like many mechanical keyboards, typing on this keyboard can be loud. So I wouldn't recommend this for office use. But for my home use, it's perfect. I even managed to replace the keycaps with that of another brand. Performance: During long gaming sessions, I found that the keys felt more comfortable than other keyboards I've used in the past. I think the reason for this is that I don't actually have to press as hard for the keys to register. Razer states that the keys on the Huntsman require slightly less force and register quicker than other keyboards. All I can say is that this keyboard feels "broken-in" for lack of a better term. It just feels good, and "fast." Additionally, the keyboard has 4 media buttons and a moveable dial (one of the 4 buttons is the dial itself - as it can be pushed in, in addition to being rotated) - all of which can be remapped to your liking. By default, they were set to control music playback - in my case, it controls Spotify. I never really planned on using these media controls, but now that I have them - I can never go back. It's great when I'm playing a game with my own music running, but also being able to pause that music should a cutscene in the game start to play - all by pressing a button. Lack of Macro keys and USB ports: Unfortunately, the Razer Huntsman does not have macro keys like other keyboards in its price range (Corsair's K95 does have them). Understandably, this would have been nice to have for some users. (Personally I never used macro keys much myself when I had keyboards that did have them.) Also present on other expensive keyboards is a USB passthrough port. Again, the Huntsman lacks this as well. Loud keys: As stated before, most mechanical keyboards are "loud" and can annoy people who maybe sitting relatively close to you. If you are in an office situation, I would recommend using a different keyboard that has "quiet" mechanical keys like Cherry Browns on a Corsair keyboard; or Razer Orange keys on the Razer Blackwidow. Unfortunately, Razer does not offer a more "quiet" version of the Huntsman Elite at this time. Lighting: The keys on the Huntsman are quite bright, even when compared to Razer's other offerings like the Ornata Chroma. The difference here is that while the letters on the keys of the Huntsman are significantly brighter; the Ornata Chroma's underlying membrane is also illuminated giving the keys the illusion that they are floating on a "bed of light." I wish that Razer somehow found a way to also duplicate that bed of light effect on the Huntsman, but I am definitely happy with the extra bright letters. As you can imagine, the lighting on the Huntsman can be customized to pretty much anything you can imagine. Key Replacement: I replaced the keycaps on my Huntsman with Doubleshot PBT Keycaps from HyperX, after seeing a popular Youtube personality replace his. (These Keycaps run about $25, and are meant for HyperX's own mechanical keboard.) And while not all the HyperX Keycaps were compatible (the larger keycaps for RETURN, SHIFT, SPACEBAR, etc did not fit the Hunstman's switches), I still managed to replace most of the keyscaps. The over all effect is that the keyboard is now even more illuminated. That's because the bottom of the HyperX Keycaps (which are made of white plastic) react with the lighting to give a more brilliant glow to the entire keyboard. Since replacing the keycaps on the Huntsman seemed to work; I would assume a fair number of other keycaps types would probably work for the Huntsman as well. But of course please do your own research before purchasing. Software: The Huntsman uses two USB connectors. Once connected, you must download the latest version of Razer Synapse. This is Razer's all-in-one software for all their PC keyboards, mice, etc. I actually own several Razer products, and after using Synapse for over a year, I've gotten used to using it. It's not hard to use, but it could definitely use some interface improvement. Still, most users can easily get to the most important things such as lighting customization, re-assigning keys, and making macros. Razer does require a login with your information for the software to work. The reasoning I suppose is that you can use the same settings if you use the same Razer products on several PCs. I would assume that most people don't use this feature - but I actually do. I use Razer products at my home and at my work - so this actually works well for me. Settings that I make at home can easily be assigned at my work and vice-versa. Conclusion: The Huntsman is a pretty pricey keyboard with exceptional build quality. The body is metal, and the keys are stabilized so that there is minimum "wobble." Add to this the "fast" actuation feel, and you have an excellent high-end keyboard. Gaming, and typing feel really great. If you can forgive the "loud" keys, this is an excellent option if you're looking for a high-end keyboard for gaming and work.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Andrew - Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2018
Feels Great and Responds Great.
OK... first off what I wasn't really happy about. I just got my shipment yesterday the package came opened the seal tape the keeps the box closed was already cut. That was a little upsetting but I'll get over it. Another bad thing.. the media keys that are on my keyboard are not working. I'm sure its not the keyboard itself because when I first plugged it in they were working fine so it must be a program on my computer that is overlapping spotify and youtube... I just havent figured it out yet, and no its not google music on chrome browser. Lastly the app that comes with the Razer keyboard.. super laggy at first... but after I restarted my computer worked just fine... and was able to customize the colors to my liking. OVERALL... the last keyboard I replaced the Huntsman with was the Razer Chroma Black Widow I had it for around 5 years .. and I have to say it is nothing like it!!.. The Huntsman blows that keyboard out of the water. This keyboard feels great sounds great and I am in LOVE with it. It is super smooth to type on and game on. I read one of the negative reviews for the keyboard after I purchased it saying "my fat fingers press down on the keyboard to hard and the stands collapse.!" haven't had that issue. Also the wrist cushion stays in place and is super comfy. IF you are up in the air right now and can't decided wither or not to get the k95 or razer huntsman? Get the Huntsman you won't be disappointed

Top Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Calipark - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2019
Watch out for misleading marketing
So far this keyboard has been fine. Definitely not worth the $120 USD I paid though. The reason I'm giving this 1 star is for the flagrant misleading marketing and product information concerning the on-board memory feature. Flat out, you cannot store lighting profiles on the keyboard's memory as they lead you to believe. If you are on a Mac or a PC without the spyware ridden Razer Synapse 3 software you are stuck with the distracting default color cycling lighting effect. You can't even choose to set a static color. A Razer engineer who worked on this keyboard posted on Razer's support forums and claimed they cut on-board lighting storage due vague complications with RAM use under complex lighting profiles and compatibility with older keyboards. I can understand hardware limitations but the compatibility claims are weak. In the engineers own words, the on-board storage only extends to the macro feature. Which most people won't use anyways. Still, the marketing clearly leads you to believe your entire profile would be stored in the on-board memory. Quoted from this very store page "HYBRID ON-BOARD MEMORY AND CLOUD STORAGE: Access personalized settings anywhere". Let's be real here. This is an issue that won't affect the majority of users. I'm sure most of you are perfectly fine with having the Synapse software installed and being forced to make an account (all while giving your personal info to Razer). But those of use who just want simple static lighting or very basic lighting features are out of luck. It's a $120 keyboard. Razer can do better than this. You can buy better than this for less money from a company with less of a history of misleading their costumers. If Razer fixes this issue, I'll update this review. But I'm not holding my breath.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By kunoh - Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2018
Despite loud keys, excellent gaming and typing experience; can replace keycaps
I really like the feel of this keyboard. Typing and gaming feels great, and the over all build of this keyboard is top-notch. Be warned though - like many mechanical keyboards, typing on this keyboard can be loud. So I wouldn't recommend this for office use. But for my home use, it's perfect. I even managed to replace the keycaps with that of another brand. Performance: During long gaming sessions, I found that the keys felt more comfortable than other keyboards I've used in the past. I think the reason for this is that I don't actually have to press as hard for the keys to register. Razer states that the keys on the Huntsman require slightly less force and register quicker than other keyboards. All I can say is that this keyboard feels "broken-in" for lack of a better term. It just feels good, and "fast." Additionally, the keyboard has 4 media buttons and a moveable dial (one of the 4 buttons is the dial itself - as it can be pushed in, in addition to being rotated) - all of which can be remapped to your liking. By default, they were set to control music playback - in my case, it controls Spotify. I never really planned on using these media controls, but now that I have them - I can never go back. It's great when I'm playing a game with my own music running, but also being able to pause that music should a cutscene in the game start to play - all by pressing a button. Lack of Macro keys and USB ports: Unfortunately, the Razer Huntsman does not have macro keys like other keyboards in its price range (Corsair's K95 does have them). Understandably, this would have been nice to have for some users. (Personally I never used macro keys much myself when I had keyboards that did have them.) Also present on other expensive keyboards is a USB passthrough port. Again, the Huntsman lacks this as well. Loud keys: As stated before, most mechanical keyboards are "loud" and can annoy people who maybe sitting relatively close to you. If you are in an office situation, I would recommend using a different keyboard that has "quiet" mechanical keys like Cherry Browns on a Corsair keyboard; or Razer Orange keys on the Razer Blackwidow. Unfortunately, Razer does not offer a more "quiet" version of the Huntsman Elite at this time. Lighting: The keys on the Huntsman are quite bright, even when compared to Razer's other offerings like the Ornata Chroma. The difference here is that while the letters on the keys of the Huntsman are significantly brighter; the Ornata Chroma's underlying membrane is also illuminated giving the keys the illusion that they are floating on a "bed of light." I wish that Razer somehow found a way to also duplicate that bed of light effect on the Huntsman, but I am definitely happy with the extra bright letters. As you can imagine, the lighting on the Huntsman can be customized to pretty much anything you can imagine. Key Replacement: I replaced the keycaps on my Huntsman with Doubleshot PBT Keycaps from HyperX, after seeing a popular Youtube personality replace his. (These Keycaps run about $25, and are meant for HyperX's own mechanical keboard.) And while not all the HyperX Keycaps were compatible (the larger keycaps for RETURN, SHIFT, SPACEBAR, etc did not fit the Hunstman's switches), I still managed to replace most of the keyscaps. The over all effect is that the keyboard is now even more illuminated. That's because the bottom of the HyperX Keycaps (which are made of white plastic) react with the lighting to give a more brilliant glow to the entire keyboard. Since replacing the keycaps on the Huntsman seemed to work; I would assume a fair number of other keycaps types would probably work for the Huntsman as well. But of course please do your own research before purchasing. Software: The Huntsman uses two USB connectors. Once connected, you must download the latest version of Razer Synapse. This is Razer's all-in-one software for all their PC keyboards, mice, etc. I actually own several Razer products, and after using Synapse for over a year, I've gotten used to using it. It's not hard to use, but it could definitely use some interface improvement. Still, most users can easily get to the most important things such as lighting customization, re-assigning keys, and making macros. Razer does require a login with your information for the software to work. The reasoning I suppose is that you can use the same settings if you use the same Razer products on several PCs. I would assume that most people don't use this feature - but I actually do. I use Razer products at my home and at my work - so this actually works well for me. Settings that I make at home can easily be assigned at my work and vice-versa. Conclusion: The Huntsman is a pretty pricey keyboard with exceptional build quality. The body is metal, and the keys are stabilized so that there is minimum "wobble." Add to this the "fast" actuation feel, and you have an excellent high-end keyboard. Gaming, and typing feel really great. If you can forgive the "loud" keys, this is an excellent option if you're looking for a high-end keyboard for gaming and work.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Andrew - Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2018
Feels Great and Responds Great.
OK... first off what I wasn't really happy about. I just got my shipment yesterday the package came opened the seal tape the keeps the box closed was already cut. That was a little upsetting but I'll get over it. Another bad thing.. the media keys that are on my keyboard are not working. I'm sure its not the keyboard itself because when I first plugged it in they were working fine so it must be a program on my computer that is overlapping spotify and youtube... I just havent figured it out yet, and no its not google music on chrome browser. Lastly the app that comes with the Razer keyboard.. super laggy at first... but after I restarted my computer worked just fine... and was able to customize the colors to my liking. OVERALL... the last keyboard I replaced the Huntsman with was the Razer Chroma Black Widow I had it for around 5 years .. and I have to say it is nothing like it!!.. The Huntsman blows that keyboard out of the water. This keyboard feels great sounds great and I am in LOVE with it. It is super smooth to type on and game on. I read one of the negative reviews for the keyboard after I purchased it saying "my fat fingers press down on the keyboard to hard and the stands collapse.!" haven't had that issue. Also the wrist cushion stays in place and is super comfy. IF you are up in the air right now and can't decided wither or not to get the k95 or razer huntsman? Get the Huntsman you won't be disappointed