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    Razer's new entry-level keyboard is something everyone can enjoy with two levels of Chroma.
    The latest Cynosa Chroma is Razer's new entry-level keyboard, naturally targeted at gamers, but those on a tighter budget. It comes in two versions, but the one I have here is the standard one, retailing for $60.
    On the face of it that represents great value. It's a Razer keyboard through and through from its design through its build and of course, the Chroma lighting.
    And for a lot of people, this would be a great step into gaming keyboards.


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    03-01-2018 08:10 AM

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