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Cherry is a well-known brand for mechanical keyboard aficionados. The popular German switch manufacturer, every once in a blue moon, produces its own top-of-the-line keyboard as they have done with the Cherry MX Board 6.0. The $219 keyboard combines Cherry's famed switches with a new proprietary technology that favors writers, programmers and other quick typists.

I went fingers-on with the MX Board 6.0 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015, and my biggest regret for the show this year will be going home to New York without one of these devices in tow. The MX Board 6.0 is a luxurious machine with a sleek design and amazingly comfortable keys.
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LTT's coverage:
MaxPC's article
Edited by Gilles3000 - 1/10/15 at 4:54pm
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The keyboard looks great, especially the build quality. I wish they released a tenkeyless version.
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How is nkro new technology?
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Because they said so rolleyes.gif.

Hey guys I'm going to release the world's first keyboard with DetachableArmRest technology next week! Get your cheques ready!
 
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How is nkro new technology?

It sounds like they hired Apple's marketing department. rolleyes.gif
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It sounds like they hired Apple's marketing department. rolleyes.gif
Or Razer's.
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500 apm Here I come tongue.gif
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that keyboard look so sexy, lemme want it....
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i want a tkl with no illumination
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SpankyMcFlych View Post

How is nkro new technology?
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Originally Posted by iSlayer View Post

Because they said so rolleyes.gif.

Hey guys I'm going to release the world's first keyboard with DetachableArmRest technology next week! Get your cheques ready!
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Originally Posted by GetToTheChopaa View Post

It sounds like they hired Apple's marketing department. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by The Robot View Post

Or Razer's.

You guys... nkey-rollover is just part of the new tech, its not a new feature. The main improvement of this tech is the massive latency reduction.

I suggest you watch LTT's yt vid, Slick does a pretty good job explaining it.
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