Razer Ornata Chroma Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅27-11-16
Closer Look

The Ornata Chroma doubles the F keys with Fn features, including volume controls and media controls, as well as on-the-fly macro recording and isn't access to turn on game mode. Additionally there are controls to change the brightness of the LED lighting and to enable sleep mode.

Above the numpad is a row of indicator lights for the various locks (caps/scroll/num) as well as for macro recording and game mode.

As the Ornata uses mid-height keycaps, it has a relatively low overall height at 32mm. This design implementation was for various reasons, one of which was to reduce the actuation point of the mecha-membrane keys but it also may result in better comfort for use without the wrist rest.

The mecha-membrane switches are a type of plunger with membrane spring, with a mechanical style contact and clicky added. The switches have a 3.5mm travel and actuation point, with the click point situated at 3mm, so it is a It is also worth adding that the large keys use a distribution bar, and that this keyboard features full fledged per-key backlighting and full Chroma lighting customisation, something rarely seen in membrane keyboards.

The underside has a three-way cable routing channel as well as the ubiquitous angle stands.

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