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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Wireless with onboard touchscreen
Trimming the fat.
Solid hardware, shoddy software.
Promises better analogue control.
Featuring new and exclusive Cherry MX Low Profile RGB Speed switches with 1mm actuation.
Did... did nobody say it out loud?
A £130 tenkeyless keyboard with many a bell and many a whistle.
Aims at the laptop market.
€40 for a full 110-switch set.
Adds Cherry switches, backlight.
The follow-up to the MX Board 6.0, oddly.
Per-key lighting, media keys included.
Opts for fast Romer-G switches.
Cherry has released an updated board based on the G80-3000 and it is silent...ish.
No changes to staffing or launches.
Bringing back the 90s.
Fancy a tenkeyless Cherry MX keyboard with gaming features for less than £70?
Partners with Corsair for launch.
Corsair's Strafe series was just a filler - the K70 returns in spectacular fashion
Aims at eSports fans.
Exposed metal faceplate, raised keys and lower pricing. Cherry MX switches make a return too.
Red and Brown variants.
These two keyboards have full, per-key RGB backlighting but are totally plug and play
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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