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Razer Ornata V2 Keyboard Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are looking at the Ornata v2 ‘Mecha-Membrane' keyboard, coming in at £99.99. Many of you may be screaming in fear as the words ‘gaming' and ‘membrane' are mentioned in the same sentence, but keep calm as we said ‘mecha-membrane'! We find out exactly what this means, and whether or not this a keyboard you should be considering…

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  • Razer™ Hybrid Mecha-Membrane Switch
  • Multi-function Digital Wheel and Media Keys
  • Razer Chroma RGB back lighting
  • Plush leatherette ergonomic wrist rest
  • Razer Synapse enabled
  • Cable routing options
  • Fully programmable keys with on the fly macro recording
  • N-key roll over
  • Gaming mode option
  • Braided fiber cable
  • 1000 Hz Ultra-polling
  • Compatible with Xbox One for basic input

You can purchase Ornata V2 directly from Razer, for £99.99, HERE!

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  • Well packaged.
  • Lighter than expected.
  • Included wrist rest.
  • Nice and simple design.
  • No slippage.
  • Satisfying feedback from the keys.
  • Volume wheel.
  • Improved list of interrelated games.
  • Cable routing options.
  • 1000hz polling rate.
  • N-key rollover.
  • Compatible with Xbox One for basic input.
  • It's not that expensive really for what it offers.


  • It is quite a chunky keyboard.
  • Generic kinky cord.
  • Keycaps are grease magnets.
  • Slight rattle on some keys.
  • Rather dull RGB.

KitGuru says: The Ornata v2 mecha-membrane keyboard is an impressive hybrid keyboard. There has always been a stigma around membrane that brings a level of fear to any gamer, but the mecha-membrane technology really is another thing entirely. It offers a totally unique experience and delivers all the specs you could want or need at a reasonable price.

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Rating: 8.0.

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