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Cherry shows Low-Profile MX RGB switches

Posted on Friday, January 12 2018 @ 21:47:21 CET by

Cherry showcases its new MX Low Profile RGB switches. As the name suggests, these are mechanical witches with a low height, they're suitable for laptops as well as for flat desktop keyboards. The new design is 35 percent flatter than the standard Cherry MX switches and promises a similar typing feel. The switches have an initial force of 40 cN and an actuation force of 45 cN.
Key benefits:
  • Engineered and Made in Germany
  • CHERRY MX Low Profile RGB Red switch: Without pressure point, linear light actuation switching function with a defined force of approx. 45 cN without contact feedback
  • Designed for use with SMD LEDs (RGB or single colour)
  • More consistent lighting throughout the keycap due to optimized switch design
  • Option to use all 16.8 million RGB colours in high luminosity (scope of supply does not include LED)
  • SMD LEDs directly mounted on the circuit board for cost-efficient, fully automated production
  • High-precision mechanical switch with very low operating point tolerance
  • World exclusive CHERRY Gold Crosspoint technology
  • Short bounce time for high switching frequency (such as for fast typing)
  • Self-cleaning contacts
  • Switch resistant to dust and dirt
  • Over 50 million keystrokes with no loss of quality guaranteed
  • MX Low Profile RGB



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