Cherry's licensing for there switches ran out so now other people are free to make them. The only manufacturer I've heard of (is interestingly enough also worked on previous razer keyboars) is a chinese based one called khale, from reports they aren't very good and have QA issues.this is woefully uninformative.
>This keyboard also features Razer's special mechanical switches, which were built from the ground up specifically for gaming (rather than using standard switches used for typing).
what does this mean? please give us a comparison to cherry mx switches.
>These switches were tested by CLG pros and Razer's own team of eSports athletes
I have no idea who these people are.
>who apparently have given a thumbs up.
an apparent thumbs up is not a resounding endorsement.
this keyboard certainly looks slick, but some of these claims are dubious. looks like I'll be doing my own research elsewhere.