The metal-enclosed keyboard housed low-profile mechanical switches.
The Cherry MX 10.0N launches a new mechanical keyboard called RGB, which promises to be a very durable device not only in its interior but also in its appearance.
Under the caps of the 22 mm high input device, packed in an aluminum housing, the manufacturer’s own linear MX Low-Profile Speed RGB mechanical switches work, which require a force of 45 cN to press, and the switching point at the first millimeter of the 3.2 mm full path. located. The peripherals, of course, support NKRO and anti-ghosting functions, but it’s also important to highlight the presence of RGB backlighting. The latter can even be set on-the-fly using the function keys, but if you take advantage of the full functionality of the keyboard, including setting up various macros and user profiles, you may also want to download the Cherry Utility software from the manufacturer’s website.
The settings can be stored in the 8 MB on-board memory, so they are retained even if the keyboard, which connects with an otherwise detachable USB Type-C cable, is used alternately between several computers.
The Cherry MX 10.0N RGB is scheduled to be available from the end of September at a suggested retail price of € 150.