- Available with CHERRY MX CLEAR or CHERRY MX BLUE Switches
- Mechanical keyboard in a simple timeless design
- DIP switches make a layout change possible
- Lighted keys
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If this was Formula 1 racing, then this keyboard would win multiple titles! It's simply loaded with advanced technology all bundled into a form that provides loads of functions in user-friendly ways.
The Code Keyboard
is a keyboard made for those who appreciate both a sleek form and high-level function. Oh yes, this mechanical keyboard has a lot going on on the inside! The developers have focused on high-quality manufacture and functionality, which is why they use CHERRY MX SWITCHES
. Two different models are available:
The rare CHERRY MX CLEAR Switches
are extra special as they have the tactile break point but stay silent. So you've got the great feeling of typing with nobody complaining about the noise.
With CHERRY MX BLUE Switches
you'll experience tactile switch points accompanied by loud clicks. This version is a dream come true for writing maniacs! Gamers might need to get used to this kind of switch, but will end up loving it!
No matter which keyboard you choose, both look great as both are lit, meaning you can easily use them in low-light environments and of course, the light can be switched off. There are also subtle LED lights to indicate when caps lock, numpad or scroll are activated and without blinding you! And whether lit or not, the keyboard looks tidy as the letters are imprinted in clean Helvetica
. (By default, the light is off. Switch it on with FN + F11. To enable this function, switch 6 at the bottom needs to be on.)
The keyboard is available in a US and DE layout and with the DIP switches on the underside, you can choose between QWERTY, Dvorak and Colemak, and change the setting for Mac too. You can change some keys here as well if you want to. For example, you can turn caps lock into Ctrl.
Another well-thought detail is the removable USB cable, so you don't need to unplug the keyboard from the PC just pull it out from the keyboard itself. The cable routes into channels on the bottom, which helps prevent cable spaghetti.
The 6-key USB rollover allows you to push 6 keys at the same time when powered via USB. Via PS/2 the N-Key rollover makes it possible to push infinite keys.
The multimedia keys are hidden in the navigation cluster and are controlled via the Fn key. The symbols are on the front of each key.
And that's not all! Pretty much everything that can be thought of to make this baby perfect has been thought of. Long life expectancy? You got it! And it has a back plate made of steel to help ensure this. Does it Keep its looks? You bet: its textured surface means there's no problem with fingerprints or hairline scratches. Stays in place? Of course: the large rubber feet prevent it from slipping.
The Code Keyboard
is perfect for programmers of course. We're sure you got the hint at Charles Petzold's Code
. ;) Besides, it's suitable for everybody who works or games a lot on the computer who are looking for a long-lasting, high-quality, ultra-usable keyboard with a timeless design.
Detalles técnicosFeatures: Compatibility Windows, Mac, Linux Features: Interface USB/PS2 Length of Cable: 180 cm Weight: ca. 1.2 kg Dimensions: Width: 45 cm Height: 14.5 cm