Razer Cynosa Chroma vs G.Skill Ripjaws KM570
Posted 15th April 2018 By: Derpina    2 Views
Esports News – On today’s episode of gaming keyboard showdown, we compare two of the best equipment in 2018 that resides in the same price range: The Razer Cynosa Chroma and the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB. Both are exclusively fashioned for esports gaming and are more or less 60 dollars on Amazon, GameStop, and Newegg.
Typing speed and translation accuracy matter a great deal in gaming keyboards, but this equipment showdown taps into other features that can impact your gaming experience such as N-key rollover, switches, build quality, backlighting, customization, and price. In order for you to identify which of the two keyboards are made to last and meet your gamer’s expectation, dive into this comparison we have for you.
Razer Cynosa Chroma
Coming from the name itself, the Razer Cynosa Chroma boasts individually programmable backlit keys and 16.8 million underglow color options. You can choose any color from preloaded lighting effects or customize your own palette for a distinct gaming experience. It is fully capable of allowing you to play the game and watch your keyboard come to life simultaneously. But not counting the impressive aesthetics and lighting, this entry-level membrane switch gaming keyboard has a lot more to offer. At a glance, the tech specs of Razer Cynosa Chroma has soft cushioned keys with gaming-grade performance, spill-resistant durable design, and 10 key roll-over with anti-ghosting. It’s extremely durable and can blend in whatever area you put it in; beyond that, you can use it for late night aggressive gaming since it makes little to no noise.
The keyboard, however, faces a shortfall in extra macro keys or media controls and mechanical switches that most seasoned gamers love. Anyone who is used to competitive gaming using mechanical keyboards might have a hard time getting acquainted with Razer Cynosa Chroma.
G.Skill Ripjaws KM570
The new keyboard from a tech brand known for its high-performance RAM modules and SSD drives is the G.Skill Ripjaws KM570. Known for being one of the sturdiest, cheap, and efficient gaming equipment, this keyboard might be the answer to every gamer’s prayer. The wired mechanical keyboard introduces a hassle-free gaming environment as it’s no bigger than a conventional keyboard used in offices. Meaning, you can say goodbye to bulky and annoying gaming keyboards that interrupt your momentum every time you move. G.Skill Ripjaws KM570 is powered by high-quality Cherry MX switches and its backlighting has a LED diffuser panel underneath.
The only downside in this keyboard is it makes a deal of noise compared to your average membrane keyboard. You can still use it in quiet places if don’t mind the tapping sound it makes. Overall, the price is still reasonable for the appeal and features of G.Skill Ripjaws KM570.