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Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Razer.WolfPack, Jun 28, 2018.
no doubt. basically razer design language is really sleek and good looking.
Man I'm so torn with the keyboards Razer has. Each has things I want but non has all the things I want for my next keyboard.
-Has USB passthrough
-No media keys
-Ain't sleek =/
-No USB passthrough
-No dedicated media keys
-I like the design just like BWX
-Has dedicated media keys
-But no USB passthrough
If only either BWX and Huntsman Elite has both USB passthrough and dedicated mediakey in 1 keyboard, it'd be a definite instant buy
reviews seems to be good aswell
May I know who?
A4tech Bloody were already making these switches, Razer just copied them.
Nice keyboard razer keep up the great work
What's USB passthrough?
I don't see evidence that they deliberately copied it but they're definitely not the first. Most, if not all, of Bloody's current products seem to use light actuation.
USB port on the keyboard. Since the kb already takes up 2 USB ports. Would be great for my desktop which doesn’t have many USB ports to begin with
"I don't see evidence that they deliberately copied it but they're definitely not the first. Most, if not all, of Bloody's current products seem to use light actuation."
Are you a troll? Purple one is Razer's, Orange one is A4tech's.
On my last post, I said I wouldn't buy this keyboard but due to a deal, I got this discounted. My issues still stand and a new one just came up.
Certain keys make this metallic clanking sound on key up (releasing the key after pressing down). It's most noticeable when pressing on the same key repeatedly. I'm guessing it's from their stabilizers and/or the springs. So far, it's most noticeable on the letter/key "S".
Anyone having the same issue? While it doesn't affect performance or anything, it can get annoying hearing clanking of metal.
Not trolling. Just haven't seen those 2 side by side bit I do know that the principle that those work on is the same. And I'm not crossing out the possibility that they separately thought of the idea but the design of the switches doesn't make that convincing at all.
Why does it need 2 ports? I'm guessing that the KB needs more power?
I'd love if they released a new keyboard with switches from a third party like Cherry or Gateron
the huntsman sure looks good
where can I find those switches? would they work in place of cherries?
Why no macro buttons? No macro buttons on the left, no buy from me. I will stick to my Chroma v2
if the switches was silent... best keyboard in the whole world
just an replacement for BW X v2
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