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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DieselLag, Feb 9, 2017.
How does the Ornata wrist rest hold up for long hours of gaming?
I recently picked up a Blackwidow Chroma V2 and Naga Hex V2, and I'm loving them so far.
Sorry folks, the next V2 is going to be the Orbweaver Chroma V2.
Because I just bought the Orbweaver Chroma last week, and knowing my luck...
Works just fine. Doesn't flatting down like memory foam. It does get some sweat stains and can get a little bit slippery if your wrists are sweaty.
I'd love to see an orbweaver v2, however since it is not the most popular item it might not get a refresh anytime soon
How could they improve it ?
good question, honestly i'm pretty satisfied with it right now but I'm always in for a design change or other new features
The Ouroboros requires a V2 transformer chroma update.
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While I haven't outright disliked anything about the Orbweaver Chroma "V1", I do think there is room for improvement.
The surface for keys 16-20 are angled quite steeply away from the user, making the numbers and the lighting harder to see for that row of keys.
I would like the option to angle the keypad itself at a slight upward angle, similar to the upward slope of the Blackwidow (and virtually every keyboard)
At the very end of the wrist support, the plastic seems to extend down further than the rubber feet. I can't keep my Orbweaver fully on my desk, because it wobbles - about a quarter inch of it needs to extend past the edge of my desk in order for all the feet to grip.
I originally had a bit of an iffy opinion on the side extension. It took me a few days to finally settle on an extension length comfortable enough for both buttons and the thumb stick, but I think I'm okay with it now.
There's the obvious font-change, and it'd be a little bonus to be able to have keypad and keyboard use the same keycap font.
Mmmm, I think if I could see a V2 of anything I'd want to see a new version of the older Imperator mouse.
Maybe there is a chance they will do something like the Diamondback with that mouse? A collectors edition would be cool too, I never had one of them but my friend once did for a year or so and the couple times i used the mouse I really liked it.
A mamba v2 could be a cool thing to have... an optical sensor this time perhaps? Anyway, I came here because DieselLag posted a link, and I cover a similiar topic.
Hopefully a Razer Core V2, to fix all the problems that people had with the first one. I think coming out with a new revamped V2 version would look very good to customers and have them have hope in it again that razer actually fixed all the port problems.
What are the problems? I have never really looked into the RAZER core, but a lower price would be better too. 500 dollars on a piece of metal with a PSU is not worth the price... and you have to remember that you need a GPU too.
I made a whole thread about it here https://insider.razerzone.com/index.php?threads/does-anyones-cores-usb-ports-actually-work.20406/.
In short, most of the time peoples ports on the back keep cutting in and out, and some dont even work at all. Some have problems with the ethernet port too. It seems to be a very widespread problem :\ I'm personally holding off on buying a core until they get this fixed
Okay, thanks. I support your idea and I hope RAZER will listen to us
Yeah lets hope they listen so more people can buy the core without having to worry about doing a bunch of RMAs until they get a good one
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