If you have been a LanOC reader for a long time there is a good chance you have seen a few tiny keyboards being covered. This is because I have been a big fan of the 60% keyboard for years now and I use them in both my wife and my own LAN bag as well as with my test bench as a way to save space on my already crowded desk. Sadly though the 60% keyboard options have been limited to enthusiast-focused options which are sometimes expensive or hard to find. Cooler Master did finally jump into the 60% market with their SK621 but with its low profile switches and keycaps, it wasn’t what I prefer. So I was extremely happy to see another huge name in the peripherals market announce a 60% board. Razer introduced their Huntsman Mini which has a layout similar to the Pok3r that I prefer. I’ve been using the Huntsman Mini and today I’m going to take a closer look at the board and talk about my experience with it so far. Let’s go dive in!

Product Name: Razer Huntsman Mini

Review Sample Provided by: Razer

Written by: Wes Compton

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Switches Available

Razer Linear Optical Switch

Razer Clicky Optical Switch

Colors Available

Black and Mercury

Key feel

Light and Instant




Razer Chroma™ customizable backlighting with 16.8 million color options

Wrist rest


Onboard memory

Hybrid onboard storage – up to 5 profiles

Media keys





Detachable Type-C


Razer Doubleshot PBT Keycaps


100 million keystroke lifespan

Standard Bottom Row Layout

Aluminum construction

60% Compact form factor

Detachable USB-C Braided Fiber Cable

Hybrid onboard storage – up to 5 keybinding profiles

Onboard lighting presets

Razer Synapse 3 enabled

Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording

N-key roll-over with built-in anti-ghosting

Gaming mode option

1000 Hz Ultrapolling


2 Years



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