When I reviewed Razer’s faux-mechanical rubber-dome Ornata keyboard a few months back, I mostly found myself admiring its wrist rest. Yes, wrist rest. Usually a pack-in wrist rest means a cheap piece of hard plastic or, if you’re lucky, rubbery plastic that snaps into place and works just well enough that you’re loathe to throw it out and replace it with something nicer.

But in the case of the Ornata, it meant a plush, leatherette-covered hunk of foam about an inch thick held gently to the chassis by way of magnets. This was the all-leather-interior luxury car of wrist rests, and it came attached to…a rubber-dome keyboard.

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