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Razer's new Ornata V3 keyboard features their Mecha-Membrane switches at a solid price

By Kenneth Ang - on 27 Jun 2022, 3:59pm

Razer's new Ornata V3 keyboard features their Mecha-Membrane switches at a solid price

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Earlier today, Razer unveiled the new Ornata V3, a low-profile ergonomic keyboard that not only offers excellent comfort and tactility but also comes at a price that won't break the bank. More notably, yours. 

At just 27.5mm thick and equipped with the lifestyle giant's proprietary Mecha-Membrane switches, the Ornata V3 is tailored for gamers looking for great performance at a reasonable price point. It features an MSRP of S$109.90 and even comes with a magnetic soft-touch wrist rest, which is quite a rare inclusion for keyboards within this price tier. 

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Meanwhile, Razer's new Mecha-Membrane switches combine the best of conventional membrane and mechanical switch technology, delivering both a crisp tactility and exceptional cushioning for long-term gaming comfort. This matches up well with the Ornata V3's slimline keycaps, which feature a generous layer of UV coating for improved fade and scratch resistance and all-around durability. 

Now, a Razer keyboard wouldn't be one without some snazzy lighting and highlights to go with it. The Razer Ornata V3 comes equipped with Razer Chroma RGB, backlit dedicated media keys, and 10 lighting zones, adding a nice dash of colour to this superb value-for-money keyboard. 

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Speaking of value, Razer also has the Ornata V3 X variant available at an MSRP of S$64.90 if your pursestrings are tighter still. It sports the same sizing, profile, and detachable wrist rest as the base Ornata V3, but instead comes with regular silent membrane switches and Razer Chroma RGB with 1-zone lighting. As for availability, both keyboards can now be purchased at physical RazerStore locations and selected retailers, though you can also pick up the Ornata V3 online at Razer.com.

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