Cherry presents MX RGB Nature White switches

Cherry presents MX RGB Nature White switches

The famous maker of quality mechanical keyboard switches Cherry has announced a new linear switch called MX RGB Nature White. The new switch sits between the MX Black and MX Red and sports a defined force of 55 grams. In addition to this the MX Nature White switch comes with a special transparent casing, which is optimized for uniform illumination and allows high luminosity of all 16.7 million colors of the RGB spectrum.

The MX Nature White is based on the original Gold Crosspoint technology and thus it guarantees a constant and lossless input of over 50 million keystrokes as well as a short bounce time of less than one millisecond. The name MX Nature White also makes sure users won’t confuse the new switch with the MX White, which is no longer manufactured.

The first keyboard to use Cherry’s new MX Nature White switches is the Ducky Shine-5, which will be on the market soon. No word on pricing.

Source: Cherry

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