At IFA 2016 this week, Razer announced a new range of gaming keyboards named the Razer Ornata.

All of the new keyboards use Razer’s new Mecha-Mebrane technology, with individually backlit keys that are powered by Razer’s Chroma technology, allowing for complete customisation.

Razer explained more with the following:

Traditionally, users choose membrane rubber dome keyboards for comfort, while mechanical switches are favored for fast actuations and distinct tactile feedback. The Razer Mecha-Membrane is a unique mid-height keycap hybrid that provides a comfortable and efficient typing experience unlike any key type on the market.

“The Razer Mecha-Membrane is the result of years of research and development that we’ve dedicated to build the best keyboards for gamers,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO “When we moved to our own Razer Mechanical Switches in our production lines, we were excited to learn from real-use scenarios and apply that knowledge to perfect other technologies. The Razer Ornata is a great example of how our engineers can use feedback to innovate something truly amazing for gamers, in this case a solution that melds two seemingly disparate keyboard technologies for a phenomenal experience.”

You can read more about the new Razer Ornata keyboard at the source link below, it will be available from $79.99.

Source: Razer

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