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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:26pm 17/11/17 | 2 Comments
A non-mechanical membrane gaming keyboard? Could it actually be, you know, good? Long story short, and to answer that question by referring to the new Razer Cynosa Chroma keyboard, the answer is yes. For reals.

Thanks to the new Razer synapse software, great feel, and per-key RGB lighting, the Cynosa Chroma is a winner.

In the age of mechanical keyboards, it’s easy to forget that maybe someone might be looking for a more affordable gaming keyboard. Or, a non-mechanical alternative. One that doesn’t sacrifice features or build quality just to shave off a few dollars off the RRP. Razer’s new Cynosa Chroma certainly fits the bill, and even though it’s a non-mechanical membrane keyboard - it’s perhaps one of the most comfortable and premium-feel affordable entries we’ve ever seen.

Yeah, add in the new Razer Synapse software - which is step in the big step in the right direction for the hardware maker -and the Cynosa Chroma far exceeds its price point in terms of value. Plus, it’s just an all-round solid keyboard.

Click Here to Read Our Razer Cynosa Chroma Keyboard Review


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Posted 03:43pm 17/11/17
Cheers Kosta, in the market for a new mid range keyboard 90% work / 10% gaming (unfortunately). Think i'll go this or the Logitech G610 brown.
Posted 04:00pm 17/11/17
yeh the per key RGB stuff is more than pretty lights here as they become crucial for the macro stuff and the game profiles which are built in...
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