Full-sized 17.4-inch keyboard, with 123 fully-programmable keys. Solid construction and quality. USB wired. Keyswitches rated to 20 million actuations. Features a high resolution touchpad. Spill and dust resistant. Comes with Cherry Tools configuration software. Works with Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista, as well as Linux and Mac.
Some felt that the keys here were a bit mushy. Software is lacking and could be more user-friendly. On the expensive side.
Comes as a wireless mouse and keyboard set. Low price. Scissor keyswitches offer smooth, quiet typing. Single USB receiver for both keyboard and mouse. Modern, flat design. Durable. For Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista, as well as Mac and Linux systems.
Reports that some of the keys on this option seem jammed, or are hard to use.
Standard size keyboard with 104 Cherry MX Blue mechanical keyswitches. Durable. Blue keyswitches have great feedback sound. Rated for 50 million actuations. Fast and smooth action. Works with Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista, in addition to Linux and Mac.
Keys are a little on the loud side; may not be suitable for an office environment. Home keys (F and J) do not have a raised indicator for touch typists.
Compact 14-inch keyboard. Has 106 spill-and dust-resistant keys, as well as a touchpad. Keyswitches rated to 25 million actuations. Good feel to both to the keys and touchpad. Good size. USB corded interface. For Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista, Linux, and Mac.
Some complaints regarding key placement (up and down arrow keys) and size (keys like the tab, caps, and shift keys should be larger). Touchpad is on the small side.
Mechanical USB corded keyboard that features 104 Cherry Black keyswitches and a touchpad. 16 inches wide. Keys rated at 50 million actuations. Good quality and feel. Works with Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista, in addition to Linux and Mac. Durable.
Some buyers had issues with the layout (small keys, function keys laid out strangely), as well as the touchscreen not supporting functions like 2-finger zooming and scrolling.
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Well known for making high quality mechanical keyboard switches, Cherry specializes in creating tactile, responsive keys that gamers and professional typists prefer. The company's line of Red, Blue, Green, and other MX switches are used by many manufacturers for their reliability. Coming straight from the source, however, Cherry's own line of keyboards are specialized for general and office use. Producing that familiar clicking noise as you type, most mechanical keyboards are more responsive than membrane models. If you do not want the loud noise, look at some of the company's quiet or near-silent models that are friendlier on the ears, especially if you need to type in small spaces or at night.