Today we are looking at a super budget-friendly item from Razer, the Cynosa Lite keyboard. Razer is not usually known for making peripherals aimed towards the lower-end of the market, so this will be an interesting review as we look into what the Cynosa Lite has to offer.
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- Soft cushioned gaming-grade keys
- Single zone Razer Chroma™ backlighting with 16.8 million customisable colour options
- Razer Synapse 3 enabled
- 10 key rollover
- Spill-resistant durable design
- Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording
- Gaming mode option
- 1000Hz Ultrapolling
- Approximate size: 457mm / 18 in x 174mm / 6.85 in x 33mm / 1.31 in
- Approximate weight: 904 g / 1.99 lbs
You can purchase the Razer Cynosa Lite Keyboard, for £39.99 from Amazon HERE!
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- Price is very competitive.
- Good weight to it.
- Software is really useful and something you may not find on other lower-end keyboards.
- RGB logo is really bright.
- 1000Hz polling rate and 10 key roll over.
- Great range of shortcuts for such a low priced keyboard.
- Grease-prone material especially on the keys.
- Membrane keys aren’t as satisfying as mechanical.
- A few rough edges on the back and sides of keyboard.
- Bulky design and framing around the keyboard.
- RGB LEDs are very dull and don’t even light up the key fully.
- Rubber cable kinks easily and isn’t great to look at.
KitGuru says: It’s certainly not a perfect keyboard, but as an entry-level offering into the Razer ecosystem, we feel the Cynosa Lite has its place if you don’t want to spend more than £50 on a gaming keyboard.