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The black G80-3850 MX-Board 3.0 USB Keyboard from CHERRY is a reliable, full-sized keyboard that attaches to your computer via a detachable USB cable. The keyboard features original Cherry MX Red switches and Gold Crosspoint contacts for reliable contact capability and responsiveness. The Cherry MX Red switches provide a linear travel with no tactile bump, letting you double tap easily. Additionally, the QWERTY keys have additional symbols for an international layout, and each of the keycap's symbols are laser-inscribed.
The G80-3850 will work for 80,000 hours and 50 million actuations per key. N-key rollover allows you to simultaneously operate up to 14 keys without any key ghosting effects, and you can choose to disable the Windows key to prevent inadvertent operation. Two non-slip surfaces and two rubber caps for the adjustable feet ensure that your keyboard remains stationary on your work surface. Moreover, an integrated metal plate adds durability.
Cherry MX Red
Mechanical keyboards utilize a different type of key switch technology for a more durable and unique typing experience. The Cherry MX Red switch has an actuation force of 45g and features a linear travel with no tactile bump. This can be beneficial for users who don't need the tactility of other switches. Additionally, with close actuation and release points, Cherry MX Red switches allow for easier double-tapping. Unlike Cherry MX Blue switches, these do not have an audible "click" mechanism, allowing for a quieter operation. Noise generated from this keyboard will be from the key either springing back into place or "bottoming out" – making contact with the back plate after a particularly hard press.