Razer dropped a trio of new gaming peripherals just in time for Pi Day. Among the new announcements are updates to the BlackWidow Keyboard line, Kraken headset line, and Basilisk mice line.

Razer Black Widow Keyboard

The latest entry into Razer's illustrious BlackWidow Keyboard line is here to offer the best keyboard experience in a base package. It still comes with the classic Green Mechanical Switches and the Razer Chroma lighting that can be configured to 16.8 million colors.

There's also the added benefit of hybrid on-board memory or cloud storage that stores up to 5 completely customizable profiles and compatibility with Razer Synapse. The new BlackWidow Keyboard is now available for $119.99.

Razer Kraken Headset

The new Kraken Headset brings everything its predecessor did right, with a few slight improvements. The main one is the new Cooling-Gel Infused ear cushions that ensure maximum protection during long gaming sessions. The retractable microphone was also improved with better ambient noise rejection.

It comes with the standard inline mute and volume controls and is available in three colors: Green, Black and Quartz Pink. The Kraken Headset is now available for $79.99

Razer Basilisk Essential Mouse

Last but certainly not least is the Basilisk Essential Mouse, which shed some weight this time around. It's still the same responsive Razer mouse with a 6,400 DPI optical sensor and super clicky mechanical mouse switches that are designed to last 20 million clicks. However, it now weighs just 95g as opposed to the hefty 107g of the last generation. It also supports the Razer Chroma lighting to give your gaming set-up a splash of color.

The Basilisk Essential Mouse is now available for $49.99.