CHERRY has reissued its G80-3000N RGB TKL keyboard with new updates.
The first version appeared back in the 1980s and is still produced today. This new, small keyboard offers classic, ergonomic keycaps and original typing feel. Completely new features, now include a slimmer, more contemporary housing, illumination with over 16 million colours and state-of-the-art electronics.
Notable feature from the original is the slim, contemporary and space-saving housing of this Ten-Key-Less keyboard. The elimination of the numeric keypad brings some advantages, such as a more ergonomic posture to protect the shoulders and neck by moving the mouse closer to the keyboard. Plus, the compact keyboard is easy to transport and saves space on any desktop.
Numerous lighting functions and colours can be selected directly from the keyboard – without the use of additional software. The CHERRY Utility software is also available for additional customisation requirements. Other practical features include anti-ghosting, Full-N-Key rollover and WIN key lock.
CHERRY MX switches incorporated into the design build offer a service life of at least 50 million actuations per key. Durability is guaranteed – as are the abrasion-resistant laser-coated keycaps. High manufacturing accuracy ensures absolute precision and an inimitable typing feel. The use of MX SILENT RED switches create quite ambient noise.
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