CHERRY G80-3000N RGB TKL -- an affordable mechanical keyboard with RGB

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 24 2021 @ 17:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cherry updates one of its classics with RGB. The first G80-3000 from Cherry made its debut in the 1980s and now the company offers a CHERRY G80-3000N RGB TKL variant. As the naming suggests, this version features a tenkeyless layout and has RGB LED illumination. It will be sold in the EU for 79.99EUR, a relatively affordable price for a mechanical keyboard.
High-speed electronics and impressive RGB lighting catapult the descendant of the classic into the 21st century. Over 16 million colours offer countless lighting options. There are no limits to your imagination: from animated, multi-coloured effects to discreet, single-colour lighting or customisable single-key illumination. Numerous lighting functions and colours can be selected directly from the keyboard - without the use of additional software. But if you want more, CHERRY Utility is a powerful software for further customisation. Other practical features of the mechanical keyboard: anti-ghosting, Full-N-Key rollover and WIN key lock.

CHERRY MX Gold Crosspoint precision switches (made in Germany)
The famous CHERRY MX switches are the heart of this compact keyboard. With a lifespan of at least 50 million actuations per key, you don't have to worry about the premature demise of your keyboard. Durability is guaranteed - as is the case with the abrasion-resistant, laser-coated key buttons. The high manufacturing accuracy ensures absolute precision and an inimitable typing feel. The selected MX Silent Red switches used are quiet enough to use this mini keyboard in the office without any problems.

Features:
  • Wired mechanical keyboard without numeric keypad
  • Compact housing to help increase desk space
  • CHERRY MX Technology - All keys are precision, Gold Crosspoint switches “Made In Germany”
  • 16 million colour, configurable RGB backlighting
  • Full N Key rollover for unlimited key input
  • Anti-ghosting prevents unwanted keypresses
  • WIN key lock
  • Durable key lettering
Cherry goes RGB


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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