Cherry reveals Infinity keyboard

Programmable buttons give users quick access to the internet, email music and videos
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Cherry has launched its new Infinity multimedia keyboard, part of the vendor’s latest range of PC peripherals.

The corded keyboard has an ultra-flat design and, according to Cherry, combines aesthetics with ergonomic features, while remaining robust.

The compact device offers full-size keys in standard layout, a numeric keypad and a cursor block. “In operation, its soft, whisper-quiet keystroke action makes for extended fatigue-free use, even in the most demanding of work environments,” the vendor claims.

The Infinity features 11 programmable hotkeys for easy access to the internet, e-mail, and music or video clips. Cherry’s Keym@n software can also be downloaded for additional programming functionality.

The Infinity keyboard is plug and play on Windows machines, comes with a five-year warranty and is available in either piano black or stainless steel with black keys.

The new keyboard is one of a number of new products from Cherry, which last month told us it is looking to bolster its presence in the UK market. “We have a great range of products, but not enough consumers know about them,” general manager Michael Groom said.