Written by Clive Webster
August 19, 2011 // 5:09 p.m.
Tags: #battlefield-3 #bf3 #blackwidow-ultimate #cost #gamepad #gamescom-2011 #gaming-keyboard #gaming-mouse #imperator #keyboard #mouse #mouse-mat #on-sale #onza #price #razer #razer-shows-battlefield-3-peripherals #scarab
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