There’s a massive war being fought in the keyboard world. Typists and everyday office-workers still prefer the quiet, flat touch of a membrane-based option, while gamers insist individual mechanical switches are the only way to go. There was no middle ground – until now.
Razer is unleashing its newest creation, the Ornata, as the compromise between the two sides. A membrane underlay provides long-lasting, low-profile typing, while mechanical components provide the satisfying click and audible feedback gamers are used to.
It’s certainly an unique offering, but can it really convert fans of mechanical switches?
Looks like a membrane
The Ornata is a full-sized keyboard with a very traditional layout and a numpad. There are no dedicated media or gaming keys, although there are the usual macro options and function set, if you need to make some adjustments.
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