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Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Yellow Mechanical Switches – Linear & Silent – Chroma RGB Lighting – Compact Form…


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Last updated on June 28, 2022 5:00 am Details
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  • Razer Yellow Mechanical Switches: Built for speed with an actuation point of just 1.2mm, these smooth switches have no tactile feedback and include sound dampeners to reduce its already low sound profile even further.
  • 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
  • Compact form factor: The tenkeyless design allows for easier positioning to get your setup just right, and is ideal for gamers who prefer a minimalist desktop
  • Fully Programmable Macros: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands
  • Durable Construction: Supports up to 80 million clicks; made of military-grade metal top plate

Specification: Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Yellow Mechanical Switches – Linear & Silent – Chroma RGB Lighting – Compact Form…




‎Blackwidow V3 TKL

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Item Weight

‎1.85 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.26 x 6.1 x 1.62 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.26 x 6.1 x 1.62 inches


‎Classic Black


‎Razer Inc.



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎February 26, 2022

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9 reviews for Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Yellow Mechanical Switches – Linear & Silent – Chroma RGB Lighting – Compact Form…

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  1. April L Inmon

    Best keyboard ever, comfy arm rest glad I got this version, wonderful chroma effects and you can create your own, great key press although if you don’t like clicky sounds this isn’t the keyboard for you. Bonus is that it’s pink!

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  2. Mark

    The keyboard is really nice. It’s solid, looks great, and sounds great. There’s just one problem. I cannot type on it without constant double typing! If I type really slow and push down one key at a time, I don’t get double keys. But if I type normally, like I am right now on a Corsair mechanical gaming keyboard, II geet douublee keyys connsstantlly. It doesn’t seem to be any key in particular. They keyboard is brand new, so there should be no dirt or dust in the keys. I’m going to try a contact support today when they open (9 am PST). If there isn’t a reasonable way to resolve this issue, I will be force to request a return – this keyboard is defective and unusable as it is.

    UPDATE 9/4/2020:
    I contacted Razer support who had me try all of the normal things, like make sure my computer was turned on. 🙄 Then they had me update the firmware. Bingo, that seems to have fixed the “key spamming” problem.

    I have changed my rating from one to two ⭐⭐ because while I am glad they were able to fix the problem with a firmware update, a problem this obvious should have been caught before the product went out the door. If you buy this keyboard, BE SURE TO UPDATE TO THE LATEST FIRMWARE IMMEDIATELY!

    UPDATE 9/8/2020:
    Since flashing the firmware, this keyboard has been delightful. Changed to three stars. ⭐⭐⭐

    UPDATE 1/11/2022:
    All of a sudden I’m getting double-typing again! I tried updating the firmware (again), but I already have the latest. Why is this keyboard such poor quality? Changing back to two stars. ⭐⭐

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  3. DP

    “Ergonomic, Magnetic Wrist Rest: Made of plush leatherette to maximize comfort over extended gaming sessions”

    The wrist rest I received with my keyboard is not magnetic, nor is it made of “leatherette material” as per the ad. It is a hard plastic and in no way magnetic. Very disappointed as all my peripherals (including speakers, standalone mic, etc) are all Razer products. Gave one star due to the lie for the product on Amazon.

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  4. Carlos Sánchez

    This keyboard is nice. I would have preferred a detachable cord (sadly this model only comes with the cord attached to the back of the device, it cannot be disconnected for easy transport).

    Floating keys are really neat; they make your keyboard much easier to keep clean. The top shell of the keyboard’s body has a nice, brushed metal feel to it. It never feels greasy or sticky like polished, glossy metal surfaces. It’s a joy to use. The clicky sound & feel are just marvelous. Being that this is Razer, it integrates perfectly with the rest of your glowy Chroma-supported products. The programmable media button and scrolling wheel are ok, I guess, but having them placed right above the numpad keys, which themselves are very elevated as this is a floating keys model, means you can’t really rest your hand on anything to use the wheel comfortably, so, for tjose who might want to use that as a scroll wheel to navigate up & down web pages, this is something to keep in mind.

    The only reason I’m knocking one star from my review is the hard plastic wrist rest. Unlike the one I had for my Razer Black Widow TE Quartz keyboard, this one sports no cushion (or magnets) – it’s just a flat, hard piece of plastic. Sadly, Razer do not sell a quartz version of their Pro wrist rest, so if you want a comfy pad to replace the one this comes with, you’ll have to either go for a mismatched colour, or look to other brands of wrist rests.

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  5. Georgia Dawg

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     So this keyboard is clicky and nice. Colors are nice. My fiancé has a V2 (this being a V3) and mine has the media keys which are nice but they took to Aux and USB ports. They also took away the macro buttons….my biggest problem overall is the V2 came with a plush wrist pad. This one is “Ergonomic, Magnetic Wrist Rest: Made of plush leatherette to maximize comfort over extended gaming sessions”…..or- plastic. It’s literally plastic. Not magnetic, not even plastic all the through (it’s hollow) with a leather “texture” (like they just laid a thin stamp when it was being made) on the plastic. It’s all one kind of plastic. Not even a fake pleather or anything. No cushion once so ever. So I’m kinda let down by that also Amazon delivered it in the rain in the box with a shipping label smacked on it. If I had went to work 30 minutes earlier the entire thing would’ve been soaked because it wasn’t in the normal plastic shopping bad or an extra box. Not to mention I live in a college town so a lot of people would’ve realized I had a nice in box keyboard just sitting right outside my house.

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  6. Georgia Dawg

    I just wanted to post this here to try and help others who are having an issue with some of the keys double-registering. Yes, it’s true, we shouldn’t have this issue on a brand new keyboard, and why it was released like this, is beyond me. However, not everyone has this issue, but a lot do, and I’d like to help you fix it. And thankfully, it’s really an easy fix.

    Go to Razer’s website, click support, then keyboards. Next, click on Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless. This will bring up the support page for this particular keyboard. Next, click on the green text at top where it says “View software, drivers and updates for download >”. After clicking that, you will see the Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless Firmware Updater Guide page. Clicking on download will open up the PDF firmware updating instructions. Inside of this PDF, there is the actual link to download the firmware, which, as of this posting, shows a Release Date: 17 Sep 2020. This could change at any time, should a newer update become available.

    Updating the firmware doesn’t take long at all. And yes, it does fix the double-registering issue. I had the same issue with mine, after updating the firmware, everything has been working perfectly!

    As for the keyboard itself, I really like it. It’s nice and compact. Looks and feels great to type on. Gaming with it has been great, too. More room for my mouse to fly around (when playing FPS games) with this smaller keyboard. RGB lighting looks very nice. Keyboard feels well made and sturdy. And it does have a metal top. It’s exactly what I was looking for. I was planning on buying a set of Doubleshot PBT Keycaps, but honestly, I find the stock keycaps to be just fine. The lighting shines through the stock keycaps nice and bright, and I appreciate that.

    Possible cons for some. The Razer Green switches are pretty loud when bottoming out. The top plate of this keyboard is metal, which adds to the noise. So, if you type like a woodpecker pecking on a tree, you’re going to be making a lot of noise! I wouldn’t recommend using it in the library, or where others are trying to sleep, unless, of course, you want a shoe thrown upside your head! As far as I know, and I’ve looked everywhere, Razer is selling this particular keyboard only with Green switches, as of now. Maybe Razer will soon release one with the quieter Yellow switches, if you prefer those.

    Another possible con for some, there is no onboard memory. Profiles and customizations are created and saved using Razer’s Synapse software.

    I hope this post was helpful to you. Enjoy your new keyboard!

    And to the Razer support team, y’all should be more active here on Amazon in helping your customers. Offering a solution to a problem publicly, would allow more people to see a possible solution to their problem(s). A look through these keyboard reviews, and the questions section, I don’t see a single response from Razer. I mean no disrespect at all, but from what I can see here, Razer COULD do a better job interacting with it’s customers.

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  7. Aislinn Bradshaw

    I bought this keyboard for my 16 year old son for Christmas. He was having issues with the keyboard double typing letters, so he proactively contacted Razer for help. Razer agreed to send him a new keyboard since it is under warranty, but they needed him to send proof of purchase. First I sent him a screenshot of the order with payment details. That wasn’t good enough, they needed the receipt. So I downloaded the invoice and saved it as a PDF. Through the next several emails with the Razer support team, they continued to send examples of Amazon UK receipts, how to video on how to pull receipts from Amazon UK, and the same repeated written instructions on how to pull a receipt, because my invoice did not look like the Amazon UK invoice. My son and I explained repeatedly that we are in the US and Amazon US invoices look different. I suggested they contact Amazon to confirm or call me on FaceTime so I can show them how I pulled the invoice and what it looks like. The answer was another email with instructions on how to pull the receipt. Luckily, due to the holidays, I’m still within the return timeframe with Amazon. If Razer doesn’t fix this, I’ll be returning it. What a waste of my time.

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  8. Aislinn Bradshaw

    I absolutely love the colour customization on this. However, the keys always double type certain letters (tthere’s probably a word ffor it). I’m typiing on thiis keybooard ass we speak–SEE WHAT I MEAAN? II thought it was how I was typing but I had a feww friends test it out aand they noticed the same probblem. I’m stuck with iit forr now because money’s tiight but I wouldn’tt recommend this to otherss. I also ffound that the actual kkeys were mucch smaller tthan most keyboards so it ttook a lot of adjusting to as well. Alsso the switches giive off a loud metaliic ssound which caan be quite annnoying! Sounds like a hollow mmetal box lol. If you’re noot writiing much on your comp I say thhe price is wortth it. Ive had no issuess with gaming. Typing is just a PAIN IN THE A**

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  9. Jane

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     Claramente compre el teclado por ser Layout en ESPAÑOL… justo me lo acaban de entregar hace 15 minutos lo abro y lo primero que veo es que es Layout en US… Ahora tendré que estar batallando con la reposición del teclado…

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