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Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard

Original price was: $34.99.Current price is: $32.19.

Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard Price History

Price History for Ornata V3 X Low Profile Gaming Keyboard for PC

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Current Price $32.19 July 17, 2024
Highest Price $34.99 July 4, 2024
Lowest Price $32.19 July 11, 2024
Since July 4, 2024

Last price changes

$32.19 July 11, 2024
$34.99 July 4, 2024

Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard Description

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The gaming world is ever-evolving, and with it comes the need for peripherals that can keep pace. The Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard is designed to provide gamers with a seamless and immersive experience. Let’s dive into what makes this keyboard a must-have for both casual and serious gamers.

Low-Profile Keys

One of the standout features of the Razer Ornata V3 X is its low-profile keys. These keys come with slimmer keycaps and shorter switches, ensuring natural hand positioning. This ergonomic design allows users to engage in long hours of gaming or typing with minimal strain, making it ideal for marathon gaming sessions.

Silent Membrane Switches

If you prefer a quieter typing experience, the silent membrane switches on this keyboard will be a delight. These switches offer a comfortable and noiseless experience, which is perfect for those late-night gaming sessions or when you need to maintain a quiet environment.

Ergonomic Wrist Rest

The keyboard comes with an ergonomic wrist rest that aligns perfectly with the keyboard. This wrist rest provides the necessary support for your wrists, which is vital during prolonged periods of use. Say goodbye to wrist fatigue and hello to extended gaming comfort.

Durable, Spill-Resistant Design

Accidents happen, especially during intense gaming moments. The Razer Ornata V3 X features a durable, spill-resistant design that can easily withstand minor spills. Its sturdy build ensures that it can endure the rigors of intense gaming sessions without missing a beat.

Cable Routing Options

Messy cables can be a distraction. This keyboard includes grooves that allow for neat cable routing, feeding the cable out in any direction you prefer. This feature helps keep your desktop clean and clutter-free, giving you more space to focus on your game.

Powered by Razer Chroma RGB

Personalization is key, and the Razer Ornata V3 X doesn’t fall short. It is powered by Razer Chroma RGB, offering 16.8 million colors and a suite of effects to choose from. You can personalize the keyboard to match your gaming setup and enjoy dynamic lighting effects for over 150 Chroma-integrated games.

#1 Selling PC Gaming Peripherals Brand in the U.S.

Razer has established itself as a leader in the gaming peripherals market. According to Circana’s Retail Tracking Service, Razer is the #1 selling brand in the U.S. for gaming-designed mice, keyboards, and PC headsets from January 2019 to December 2023 combined. This accolade speaks volumes about the quality and popularity of Razer products.

Product Specifications

  • Brand: Razer
  • Series: Ornata V3 X
  • Item model number: RZ03-04470200-R3U1
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows
  • Item Weight: 0.035 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 17.46 x 5.68 x 1.23 inches
  • Color: Classic Black
  • Manufacturer: Razer
  • Language: English
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Date First Available: June 23, 2022

In conclusion, the Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard is a perfect blend of functionality, durability, and style. Whether you’re a professional gamer or someone who spends a lot of time typing, this keyboard is designed to enhance your experience. With its array of features and Razer’s reputation for quality, it’s a worthy addition to any gaming setup.

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Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard Specification

Specification: Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard

Brand

‎Razer

Series

‎Ornata V3 X

Item model number

‎RZ03-04470200-R3U1

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Operating System

‎Microsoft Windows

Item Weight

0.035 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎17.46 x 5.68 x 1.23 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎17.46 x 5.68 x 1.23 inches

Color

‎Classic Black

Manufacturer

Razer

Language

‎English

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎June 23, 2022

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Razer Ornata V3 X Gaming Keyboard Reviews (11)

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  1. Kenai

    Sorry, but this is rubbish and not a gaming keyboard in any sense. The price for the brand seemed too good to be true and it was.
    The first one that arrived, the “D” key started rubbing off within the first day. It was returned and replaced at no cost to myself – which is a positive.
    But after a few weeks the same thing has happened again, along with left Shift key.
    Had a look on their website, and no replacement keycaps are available in the UK. US and Canada only!
    Have also noticed on more than one occasion the so called anti-ghosting not working – you are unable to press 3 keys at once..!
    Will put away in a drawer and use as a backup.

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  2. Jo H

    As someone who has a secretarial background I like keyboards that are mid-way between springy and lightweight/soft and this fits the bill perfectly. Also has as nice ergonomic support which is not attached so you don’t have to use it if you don’t want to. Typical excellent quality Razer product and would recommend it most certainly for both gaming and general use.

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  3. Jason

    For the price you cannot do better. My only issue was that the drivers weren’t all that snappy in recognizing the hardware. It took a a few reinstalls and restarts and I am not sure why it finally identified it after all that. As for spill resistance, I have never had a keyboard that could take it so well. Even my old Black Widow would glitch out the rest of the day until it properly air-dried.

    You COULD spend an extra $150 but I think we all know it could go to better hardware.

    My problem with my Black Widow is that because I spent so much on it, I was reluctant to throw it away even after 5 years. I took it apart every 6 months or so and carefully cleaned it out of hair, debris, oils, etc. With this modest pricetag I can now simply just get a fresh keyboard.

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  4. Steve

    I know that some people are really picky about keyboards. When I started looking into getting a new one for myself, I saw lots of people talking about things like how raised they buttons are, how much noise they make, layout, etc. Personally even though I use my computer a lot, and I’m always typing, I don’t care that much. My only preference is (and it is just a preference for me, not a deal breaker) is I like lower, non-raised keys which makes typing more comfortable and less strenuous on the fingers, though it’s worth mentioning since this is a gaming keyboard, I don’t think it really makes much difference when gaming.

    My other preference, is I like a “full” keyboard layout. I don’t care if the overall keyboard is big because it’s a wired keyboard, so obviously it’s for a stationary setup (if your not moving it around, why does size matter?) Also I like having the numpad, which I use quite a bit.

    Anyway, the whole reason I even decided to buy a new keyboard is I have gaming mouse that is also razer and I’ve really come to appreciate how cool having the ability to rebind and macro commands to different keys. My birthday came up, and I decided to get a cheap razer keyboard just so it would work with Razer Synapse.

    Honestly if your a keyboard connoisseur and you want to be able to control the RGB lights and have the keys make just the right amount of clicking sound or whatever, I’m sure you’ll find something wrong with the keyboard and not like because it is pretty basic.

    If you are like me however and are just looking for a slight upgrade or something that works with Razer Synapse, this is a great keyboard for a reasonable price!

    My only complaint is by default the RGB lights are pretty bright, it’s kinda jarring at night, even if you are using your computer with a nearby light to keep the room from being dark (which you should be doing if your looking at screen, it’s better for your eyes). Also color of the light cycles on its own, which I don’t really like. I don’t even really care about RGB lights other than just allowing me to see the keys in the dark, so I’d rather they just stay one color. I don’t care that much about it to take off a star though, and I’ve heard there are ways to adjust this either with third party software, or through something provided by Razer.

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  5. Mark Vaughn

    Keys are flat leaving a silent key press and comfort, no bulky or cumbersome keys. Has a super high response time and works great in many games.

    Games tested: Dead by Daylight
    Sea of thieves
    Halo Infinite
    Resident evil 3 remake, 4 remake, and 8

    My only gripe or concern is that the palm rest is not attachable, and is a standalone rest.

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  6. Lakisha

    I love the feel of the keys for typing. So comfortable. Easy setup

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  7. twills805

    I had been told that the Razer Ornata V3 was one of the best keyboards on the market for writers. I’ve tried every other imaginable brand (including the Big 3), but never found a keyboard that was as precise, fast, and responsive as I demanded.

    So, I tried this keyboard, and it’s perfect for me. I like it so much I intend to buy 2 more and put them into storage because I just know this model is eventually going to be discontinued, and I really don’t want to be without this brand of keyboard again.

    I’m not a gamer, so I can’t tell you what it’s like for that purpose, but for my writing, this keyboard has been a godsend. Not only does it allow you a certain amount of lighting customization (not as much as Razer’s “Chroma” lines, but pretty good, and far superior to other writing keyboards), but it also allows the use of macros, which, in writing, can be very handy if you tend to use unusual symbols or repetitive text. It has a sleep function on the keyboard, and I’ve reassigned another key to Hibernate through use of macros.

    Overall, this keyboard is an outstanding value. I can’t say you’ll be as pleased with it as I am if you’re a writer, but it’s definitely worth a try if you haven’t yet found your “ideal writing keyboard”.

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  8. Saad

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     The keys are very soft, quiet and feel very comfortable, the wrist rest is nice. The things I would change is the spacebar sound and the wrist rest not being magnetic, if your table is slippery, the wrist rest might make some edges.

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  9. Abedip

    Keys have a shirt throw, very clicky, not too noisy but very crisp and neat typing. Highly remommended.

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  10. Saad

    Por ahora es el mejor teclado que he usado en cuanto a uso e iluminación, amo razer

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  11. Mark Z

    Pros:

    • Nice, sleek design
    • Keys feel nice to type on (for membrane keys anyway) as in they have a pleasant feedback and the keys’ surface is pleasantly soft to the touch
    • The RGB backlighting can get super bright, which I am not used to. I like the option to change it. I’m not used to that option for a keyboard.
    • Worked right away with Windows 10 without Razer software
    • The cable routing option underneath the keyboard was an unexpected surprise. Nice touch Razer!

    Cons:

    • You apparently need the Razer Synapse software to change the RGB lighting, among other things.
    • That space bar is much louder compared to all the other keys, and you most definitely will notice it. (Very loud for a membrane keyboard anyway.)
    • The keys are a bit tough to see without any lighting on, but not too bad. (I am just used to the Logitech K120 keyboard’s highly visible keys.)
    • The lack of dedicated media buttons, but I knew that before purchase.
    • The Synapse software is fascinating, yet quite slow. It’s still interesting to use, but not a positive in my book for a keyboard. (Try the Synapse Beta software instead, as it seemed more responsive.)

    Main review:

    I am coming from using a typical, no-frills, cheap keyboard called the Logitech K120 that is quite popular and I have had no issues with. I just wanted to try something…new.

    This is my first gaming keyboard I tried since getting a Saitek Eclipse (series 1) with membrane keys back in 2008. I loved that Eclipse keyboard. I never had a gaming keyboard before that, and I just plugged the USB cable into my new desktop PC at the time and it worked. The Saitek Eclipse had dedicated/separate volume buttons and backlighting button on it other than using the function keys or something. The keys felt great and it never let me down for many years before I sold it for some reason. Also, I don’t recall needing to have downloaded some software unlike this Razer one to get the backlighting to work. No it didn’t have RGB lighting, but a keyboard with backlighting was amazing to me for a new desktop PC. Sure, this Razer keyboard works without downloading Razer’s Synapse software, but I wish there was a way to change the backlight color without it. That’s my main gripe about this Razer keyboard. I still haven’t tried the highly touted mechanical keyboards that I have been reading about for eons, but I have loved membrane keyboards so much that I haven’t felt the need to try mechanical yet. I may change my mind soon.

    This keyboard evokes a bit of the same feeling as that keyboard, although this Razer keyboard of course doesn’t have dedicate media buttons. Do I need those dedicated media buttons? Not really…but they sure came in handy and I knew where they were and were easily accessible on the keyboard.

    So, what I did after trying this Razer keyboard for a couple days is order a full-size Corsair K55 RGB gaming membrane keyboard with dedicated media buttons as well to see which one I respond to better.

    Overall, I think you will enjoy this gaming keyboard (for the price) if you have modest expectations and don’t require lots of features as on many other, more expensive gaming keyboards that I have read about before opting for this one.

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