Discussion in 'Systems' started by xARACHN1D, Oct 14, 2019.

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  1. xARACHN1D

    xARACHN1D Well-Known Member

    So I just Saw this on Razer's website. It is basically the Blade 15 With Chiclet keys. But those keys are opto-mechanical. So, What are your thoughts on this. I got really excited at first, But then I thought about how annoying it might become to have chiclets with optomechanical keys. If my hand slips slightly my whole gameplay is off. Anyway, what are your thought on this?
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Current keyboard is too shallow on my taste, it’ll be nice to have deeper keystroke. I enjoy way better playing FPS titles on clicky BWX Te than on current Blade 15, with deeper and mechanical key on Blade it will be a different story. I think mechanical would also hold longer than traditional membrane keys like on external keyboard which’s also nice.
  3. imReqi

    imReqi Well-Known Member

    All I want to know is if the secondary keys are still back lit on this NEW opto-mechanical setup. Razer always worries me when they release a new version of always seems like they miss a key detail that you don't notice until after you've purchased it.

    Looking great though!
  4. davidlesterbaron

    davidlesterbaron New Member

  5. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Just wonder, how's the replacement, when it comes to damaged keyboard (or precisely - non-working keys). It will be possible to change non-working optio-mechanical keys or whole keyboard?
  6. xARACHN1D

    xARACHN1D Well-Known Member

    You have a good point, although, You would have a hard time breaking them considering they are chiclets.
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