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Razor Cynosa (2016?)

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So, I was at my friends house and he has a razor cynosa, not sure what year but it only has blue green and I think purple LED’s... has anybody else used This? I was wondering if that is what red switches felt similar to, as it is supposedly a mem-canical keyboard, which I know is a poor representation of mechanical but still.

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i had a razer cynosa before.. it had green/blue/cyan lights...i think it was the 2015 model, i forgot.

it was trash......

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4 minutes ago, Zenedge said:

i had a razer cynosa before.. it had green/blue/cyan lights...i think it was the 2015 model, i forgot.

it was trash......

Still the best keyboard i’ve ever used, especially compared to my K51Neon

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12 minutes ago, Zenedge said:

i had a razer cynosa before.. it had green/blue/cyan lights...i think it was the 2015 model, i forgot.

it was trash......

Also, the question wasn’t whether or not it was good, it was if it was similar to the feel of MX Red’s

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you were asking if anybody used this. and i have. so i just thought of giving my 2 cents about it. but i digress.

and to answer your question. the red switches feel different compared to the cynosa... the cynosa still gives off that small kinda of squishy feeling that a membrane keyboard gives. but others can give a better answer than me.

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2 minutes ago, Zenedge said:

you were asking if anybody used this. and i have. so i just thought of giving my 2 cents about it. but i digress.

and to answer your question. the red switches feel different compared to the cynosa... the cynosa still gives off that small kinda of squishy feeling that a membrane keyboard gives. but others can give a better answer than me.

So it is a linear switch?

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Just now, Grockle88 said:

So it is a linear switch?

yeas... they have similar feelings from the start until the middle... except at the end part.. when the key finally bottoms out.. they feel different.

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It's a membrane keyboard, it'll feel somewhat similar to a linear switch but not exactly.

 

I'm encouraging you to avoid it.  Even though it does look like a decent keyboard, it's still very expensive for a membrane keyboard.  You could probably get an actual MX Red keyboard for not much more and you'll enjoy that more.

 

Here is a link to a list of MX Red keyboards.

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1 minute ago, Qyndryx said:

It's a membrane keyboard, it'll feel somewhat similar to a linear switch but not exactly.

 

I'm encouraging you to avoid it.  Even though it does look like a decent keyboard, it's still very expensive for a membrane keyboard.  You could probably get an actual MX Red keyboard for not much more and you'll enjoy that more.

 

Here is a link to a list of MX Red keyboards.

I’m not saying I’m going to buy it, I’m asking if that is what reds felt like because as of currently I was considering MX Brown’s

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Just now, Grockle88 said:

I’m not saying I’m going to buy it, I’m asking if that is what reds felt like because as of currently I was considering MX Brown’s

It won't be.  Browns would actually be more accurate (but still slightly off).

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16 hours ago, Zenedge said:

you were asking if anybody used this. and i have. so i just thought of giving my 2 cents about it. but i digress.

and to answer your question. the red switches feel different compared to the cynosa... the cynosa still gives off that small kinda of squishy feeling that a membrane keyboard gives. but others can give a better answer than me.

membranes dont make something mushy, the mushy feeling is from the plunger bottoming out on a dome. If you're saying membranes are mushy then youre saying the model m is mushy when you bottom out. 

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