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Last month, SteelSeries unveiled its splash-proof Apex 150 keyboard, built to protect the electronic internals from water damage. Razer isn’t too far behind, launching its new water resistant Cynosa Chroma and Cynosa Chroma Pro starting at $60.
Just like the SteelSeries Apex 150, Razer has opted to use membrane switches with its Cynosa Chroma and Cynosa Chroma Pro, instead of the now oversaturated mechanical market, however the company states that its own “soft cushioned” keys are actually better than other rubber dome peripherals.
Razer claims that this is possible through custom tuning responsiveness and actuation distance, and while it is not impossible for a membrane keyboard to rival the performance of that shown by a mechanical variant, it’s best to wait until reviewers get a hands on to put that to the test.
This article and images were originally posted on [KitGuru] October 26, 2017 at 03:59PM
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