Company Cooler Master Launches the wireless and compact SK621 model - which does not give up on quality mechanisms from the renowned MX Cherry company
Compact ballroom computers are a fast-evolving field, with the industry-leading manufacturers of peripherals that sit far away from their processing unit and still want maximum control.
The Koller Master company hopes to gain a few more customers and points now with its prestigious and unique SK621 keyboard that fits this category exactly - with a low profile and size that is only about 60 percent the size of a traditional 104-key keyboard, wireless operation, built-in color illumination and most importantly mechanisms Up-to-date mechanical from a good home.
The SK621 is based on Bluetooth connectivity 4.0 to support operation with up to three different devices, including a connector USB Type-C, which is used for both wiring and charging of the internal battery built into the unit at the same time, and an aluminum and plastic frame that holds keys with Cherry MX Low Profile mechanisms that are similar in resistance to Cherry MX Red but should be significantly quiet (as befits a product designed to be used by other people. Environment, and not privacy in the personal room).
The keyboard weighs 424 grams without a cable, includes a sampling frequency of 1,000 Hz for clicks, support for pre-programmed macro settings for some of the keys, as well as support for various lighting modes - both through accompanying software application and automatically through appropriate key shortcuts. The only downside to this whole interesting concept is probably the price, which Officially standing on the 120 dollar in Amazon - We hope for an official cut and launch in the Holy Land in the near future.