|Item Weight||1.83 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||18.3 x 7.9 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||4D4182|
|Style||Cherry MX Blue|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
CHERRY MX 3.0 Mechanical USB Keyboard with (Cherry MX Blue Keyswitches) - 104 Keys
|Price:||$94.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Made in China and Imported
- Cherry MX Blue mechanical Keyswitches - A typists dream. Medium resistance, audible "clicking", satisfying tactile response. - same keyboard as below
- 104 keys, quality assured for 50 million key-presses
- Highly durable, sleek, and understated construction. Designed to last.
- Reduce typing input errors with simultaneous operation of up to 14 keys without any ghosting effects
- Detachable cable. Plug and Play Compatibility - Win 10/Win 8/Win 7/Linux/Vista/Windows Vista, can be used for Mac, Laptop, Notebook, PC
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This professional, maximum-precision Cherry MX 3.0 keyboard uses gold cross point contacts ensuring perfect and extremely fast keystrokes. Making it the perfect partner for every type of exacting input imaginable..
The CHERRY MX-Board 3.0 captivates with its world-exclusive use of Gold Crosspoint contacts in the MX modules, ensuring perfect and extremely fast keystrokes. This professional, maximum-precision keyboard is even sturdier and more robust than its predecessor, making it the perfect partner for every type of exacting input imaginable. Key benefits • Proved itself billions of times: Original CHERRY MX modules "made in Germany" • World exclusive CHERRY Gold Crosspoint technology • Four different keyswitches available: black, red, brown, blue • 50 million+ operations for each key • N-key rollover: Simultaneous operations of up to 14 keys without any key ghosting effects • Win-Key lock: Windows buttons can be disabled • The integrated metal plate and anti-slip protection ensure it remains robust • Detachable cable
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I'd order more - no questions about it. It comes boxed very nicely and and everything seems hi quality. The only thing that is a little weird is the USB to Mini-USB cable. It's fine, and works well but I'm not used to the cable coming out of the top center of the keyboard. I don't think it's a problem but it's just "different".
--- Old review below.
Very good keyboard. Not as clicky as I thought, for some reason I thought red had a mechanical click but it does not. However it is still good. If you want the more clicky sound go for a different color.
Now, why it lost one star: The stupid placement of the USB connector. It sticks out from the back like a sore thumb. This prevents being able to slide the keyboard back out of the way as far. The cable jams up against my monitor stand. Will have to purchase a right-angle adapter. Why in the world they thought a 90-degree port to the back was a good idea is anybody's guess.
Of course the keyboard itself had the usual high Cherry quality. Keystroke travel and tactile feedback is crisp and helpful without becoming obtrusive. For someone who is an author like me and doesn't want the equipment to stand in the way of creativity, this will suit you. But don't use it for gaming--that was--pardon the pun--it's downfall.
Coming from that keyboard, this one is definitely nicer. Mine has Cherry MX Brown switches, and I like it. The weighting is a little lighter than the Dell, and if it was offered I would have gone with clears.
Over the last several months of use with both gaming, web browsing, typing essays, and programming, I have had almost no problems with the keyboard. It is very sturdy. The only problem I have had with it is that some of the lettering on the keycaps seems to have faded some. It happened fairly quickly after I started using it, and it hasn't gotten much worse over time. Some keys appear to be effected more than others; Q looks like new, W E and R are faded, T Y U and I are partially faded, and O and P are faded like W E and R. As a touch-typist, this doesn't effect me at all. The letters are all still clearly visible, just some are more of a grey than white. If you are a hunt-and-peck typist, this may effect you. Other than the keycap printing fading some, I have had no other problems with the keyboard. It has worked perfectly in every other way.
I only have two small issues. 1: Next to the volume buttons is a "home" button which opens your browser - a play/pause button would be more useful, and 2: The small green LEDs on the caps/num/scroll lock are for some reason also on both windows keys and never turn off. At first I assumed it was their "power LED" but it also has a white LED behind the Cherry logo, so I don't get it. They just look odd on an otherwise beautiful keyboard. I will probably pull the switches and see if I can de-solder the LEDs.
I like the fact that the cable is removable from the keyboard. This makes it easy to route it through the hole in my desk since I can drop it through from the top and then plug it into the keyboard.I have the keyboard in a pullout tray mounted under the desk and plug it into my laptop's docking station on top of the desk.
The only concern I have after using this keyboard for a couple months now is the fact that the labels are wearing off some of the commonly used keys already.
My minor complaint about the key labels has turned out to not be an issue. After more than a year of daily use the key labels are all still clearly legible. The most frequently used keys did fade a little in the first few months of use but never got any worse after that.
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