My new old Blackwidow Chroma

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Breviity_, Jul 19, 2016.

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  1. Breviity_

    Breviity_ New Member

    Hello..... I recently bought my first razer keyboard but it only has a lifetime of 60 million keystrokes but when i go to the razer website it says 80 milllion keystrokes so im really worried because my keyboard might not last long.......I'm gonna ask how many years should this keyboard last?? (Razer Blackwidow chroma)

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    uh... it'll last... years and years... if its gonna die it prolly won't for that reason...
  3. Milliardo5

    Milliardo5 Member

    If you take care of it, and barring any problems with Synapse, it will actually last a long time. Even membrane keyboards can last long. I have membrane keyboards that are still working for 8 years now--though I have recently moved to mechanical keyboards and are selling them now. But yes, your keyboard should last a long time.
  4. mrsun87

    mrsun87 Active Member

    They should have a counter on how many times you press a key in synapse to see does it live up to its expectations.
  5. Milliardo5

    Milliardo5 Member

    Not practical IMO, and might only make some people paranoid once they see their keyboards nearing 50 million or so.
  6. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    Yeah like above-their keyboards do a pretty great job at lasting long- as long as you dont do anything bad with it like use it as a tennis racket you should be fine :) it all depends on how you use it and how you treat it
  7. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    Not to worry about lifespan. I'm sure by the time you reach that many million keystrokes which will take years, you'd be wanting to buy whatever keyboard that releases in that generation as the current one will be outdated.
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