In honor of May the Fourth, Razer has unveiled a new line of Star Wars themed PC gaming peripherals, which are all themed after Stormtroopers, aka, the bucket heads.

There are three Stormtrooper Edition products in the line, which includes a mechanical keyboard, a gaming mouse, and a gaming mouse mat. You can learn more details on each one below.

Also, for a limited time, if you buy all three Stormtrooper Edition gaming peripherals from Razer, you can save 10% off of a bundle. Otherwise, individual prices are listed below.

From Razer

Razer BlackWidow Lite Silent Mechanical Keyboard – Stormtrooper™ Edition
USD $99.99 / € 109.99 MSRP 

The BlackWidow Lite comes with Razer Orange Mechanical Switches – designed for gaming, with silent and tactile switches for discreet work. With the inclusion of O-rings and individually-backlit keys (with true white lighting), the keyboard can be customized to be quieter and brighter to suit one’s tastes. The Stormtrooper Edition features a stormtrooper-inspired top plate, a black-and-white braided cable, and an Imperial crest on the escape key.

For more information, please see here.

Razer Atheris Wireless Mouse – Stormtrooper™ Edition
USD $59.99 / € 69.99 MSRP 

The Razer Atheris is a pocket-sized wireless mouse designed with industry-leading signal stability for over 300 hours of continuous use* via 2.4GHz Wireless or Bluetooth connection. The new Stormtrooper Edition carefully integrates the iconic stormtrooper helmet along the ergonomic body of the Atheris mouse.

*Battery life may vary based on connection type.

For more information, please see here.

Goliathus Extended Gaming Mouse Mat – Stormtrooper™ Edition
USD $34.99 / € 39.99 MSRP 

The Goliathus – Razer’s best-selling soft gaming mouse mat – provides speed and precision with its slick, taut weave optimized for all mouse sensitivities and sensors. The portable mat is designed with an anti-fraying stitched frame and an anti-slip rubber base. The Stormtrooper Edition comes in an iconic stormtrooper design that completes the entire set.

For more information, please see here.

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