One year review of the Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard

My consumer feedback of the Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard after one year of use

Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard

It has been a full year since I first tested the Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard and I have been using it on daily basis since then. Today I want to share my personal impressions and consumer feedback about it, comment on the positives as well as the downsides (if any at all). 

Build quality and durability

I will be pretty quick in this category. There is not a single quality issue that I have experienced since I bought the Razer Cynosa Lite. Everything is working as expected and I have the feeling that this keyboard is going to last for at least couple more years.

keyboard build quality

Comfort of use

The layout of the Razer Cynosa Lite is standard, nothing really special.  There is a long enough key travel but the feeling while typing is relatively soft so my fingers don't get tired after longer typing. 

Razer Cynosa Lite product tag

The only thing that I would change if I could is to make the keys just a bit bigger and the spacing between them smaller. That is because I am typing on laptop keyboards quite often and having similar key size and layout would make the transition between laptop and PC a bit smoother and easier.

My Razer Cynosa Lite - video

The keys are a bit louder that I would wish but nothing too disturbing I guess, as long as no one is sleeping in the same room.

keyboard numeric pad

I almost never use the numeric keypad but still it is nice to have.

Other thoughts

I am really happy with the performance of the Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard and I believe it has one of the best value for money ratios in the segment. It is one of the cheaper gaming keyboards on the market, priced at around $35. 

I would definitely recommend the Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard for those of you who want an affordable decent keyboard that would suit not only gaming configurations but also office setups.

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