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Cherry shows off new mechanical gaming keyboard

Posted on Wednesday, April 03 2013 @ 11:58:46 CEST by


Bit Tech noticed Cherry showed off a new mechanical gaming keyboard at the Gadget Show Live event in Birmingham. Regularly priced at £79.99 (around $120), the MX G80-3850 keyboard was available for £65 at the show.
The new keyboard uses a full suite of Cherry red key switches for a lightweight action and long key life. It also features a button for quickly disabling the Windows key to prevent accidentally exiting a game while playing, and the USB cable is removable. Also available are replacement clear keys, along with a key removal tool, for easily modifying the look of the keyboard.

The keyboard is clearly a budget design with a very lightweight, flexible feel to the chassis - almost disconcertingly so - but given it's generally the keys of a keyboard that go first we're sure it'll stand up to normal typing duties for plenty of time. There are also few extras with no backlighting or multimedia keys.
Cherry MX G80-3850



 



 

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