If you’re looking for a small gaming keyboard to save some desk space, then the Huntsman Mini is definitely worth a pick up. Although the lack of arrow keys could be a big issue for some.
The Razer Huntsman Mini keyboard works well for competitive play, but the lack of a function row and traditional arrow keys takes some getting used to.
The Razer Huntsman Mini carries the brand's standout optical mechanical switch into its first 60% keyboard. With each key's light feel accompanied by premium doubleshot PBT keycaps, it can be great for both gaming and typing.
In an extravagant ideal world this responsive gaming keyboard would by my second string slab, held over purely for gaming. Because for everything else it's a source of potential frustration.
Razer's 60-percent-design Huntsman Mini brings the comforts of a gaming keyboard (and of Razer's Synapse software) to mechanical-keyboard minimalists and serious esports contenders.
The Razer Huntsman Mini is one of the most unique gaming keyboards from a mainstream manufacturer, which automatically gets it some cool points. However, for a lot of people, adjusting to a keyboard that doesn't have native function keys or arrow keys will be a daunting. It is cute though.
Taking the best features from the Huntsman-line and improving in other aspects will please gamers. The retail for the Clicky Switch version is $119.99, which I believe is perfectly priced for what’s available here. The Linear Switch version will be $10 higher, but this comes down to preference. Outside of there not being a wireless option, the Huntsman Mini should be the 60% keyboard decision.