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Submitted by JelalTrueshot 434d ago | review

Razer Orbweaver Review | GamingShogun

GamingShogun.com writes, "Razer chose to use the Cherry MX Blue mechanical keys for the Orbweaver, which have a pleasing, audible clicking noise and a very short actuation length. The keys are very fast and feel terrific, unlike squishy membrane keys found on cheaper keypads. In contrast, the previous Nostromo keypad only had 16 buttons. Additionally, Razer has setup the device for 20-key anti-ghosting." (Razer, Tech) 4/5

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