Revisit: The Razer Mechanical Switches

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by technokat, Jun 8, 2015.

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  1. TometoTom

    TometoTom Active Member

    Just because they're made in China, people dislike them. That's pretty judgemental, ey?

    I love them, but the 'clickiness' seems to wear off over time. It's not that bad though.
  2. pfchiu

    pfchiu Member

    I prefer these switches to the Cherry ones I tried.
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  3. Mintloadhead332

    Mintloadhead332 New Member

    I have the orange switches and am typing with the Blackwidow 2014 stealth edition right now! It, in my opinions, is really amazing! I love the switches!
  4. Fuzms

    Fuzms Active Member

    I'm always entertained by the thought process/ R&D behind the products. Thank you!
  5. RScrub

    RScrub Active Member

    I've never bought a keyboard from Razer. I've only had laptops, and just used the keyboard it came with. But can someone explain to me orange and green switches. Do some keyboards have one or the other, or is there an option to choose what switches you put in there?
  6. retroammoGreenSheen022

    retroammoGreenSheen022 Active Member

    the switches aren't so bad! I got my BW stealth 2014 last year and I like using the MX brown switches. but I want to get the green/blue switch so that I can feel that I am using a mechanical keyboard while working. this is indeed a good innovation and a good move to cut cost :) way to go razer please continue on creating products for gamers by gamers
  7. retroammoGreenSheen022

    retroammoGreenSheen022 Active Member

    the orange switch are silent type. which means that you will now know whether the it registered your press or not. but the green keys is you loud. you will hear a "click" sound when you press your keys indicating that the key is registered which is a good thing since you are well aware that you do not need to press that hard. hope it explains a lot. have you used any mecha kb with MX cherry switches?
  8. RScrub

    RScrub Active Member

    No, I've only been gaming on laptops. Do you know which keyboards have orange and green switches?
  9. retroammoGreenSheen022

    retroammoGreenSheen022 Active Member

    usually it is indicated on the box if it uses orange or green. but you can easily distinguish it with the name sample. Blackwidow ultimate 2016 uses green switches but the blackwidow ultimate stealth 2016 uses orange switches :)

    hope this helps
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  10. RScrub

    RScrub Active Member

    Thanks, that will help me a lot for when I get my desktop. :smile_:
  11. retroammoGreenSheen022

    retroammoGreenSheen022 Active Member

    I will be waiting for that sir. :) Razer KB are solid when you go to any computer store you can test the arrow keys of some Razer KB so that you will know what is the difference of the switches and with that you can choose what to buy base on your preference.
  12. RScrub

    RScrub Active Member

    Yeah, I just went to Best buy just to test the keys lol. I'm probably going to get the blackwidow ultimate stealth.
  13. retroammoGreenSheen022

    retroammoGreenSheen022 Active Member

    wow that fast? that's good at least you now know what to get :) will be waiting for your first KB
  14. iChiof

    iChiof Member

    This is really good
  15. sidhzdabas

    sidhzdabas Member

    good job razer :) , pc gamers are on the next level coz of innovation razer has been doing in pc gaming .PC gamers thanks you .
  16. I hope they make a blackwidow chroma with the blackwidow chroma X's military grade body. I mean the blackwidow X chroma is great but it would be better to have those Macro keys and USB pass-through as well as audio and mic pass-through. Macro recording is great, but dedicated macro keys are much more comfortable in my opinion. I still love razer products though and I'm planning to buy more soon.
  17. moseskst

    moseskst New Member

    the switches are awesome. sounds the best and feels the best
  18. B43rli3

    B43rli3 New Member

    Ich weiß nicht warum, eigneltich bringt z.B. Cherry deutlich mehr Erfahrung was Switches angeht mit, aber die Razer Switche (ich hab die Orangenen) sind deutlich angenhemer als die von Cherry. Außerdem finde ich das Produktportfolio deutlich übersichtlicher, so kann man sich leichter entscheiden.
    P.S.: Bleibe deswegen meistens bei ein und der selben Firma weil ich sonst mich einfach nicht entscheiden kann was ich kauf :D
  19. MrKillaLol97

    MrKillaLol97 Member

    Loving how much they are developing the gaming industry
  20. I find that the lifetime of these switches is very high, 80 million key presses should last very long depending on the games you are playing, or what other things you do when not gaming, has anybody tried the new switches? If so how do they feel?
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