Cherry launched two new keyboards for Mac devices from Apple, as they come with a design that fits with Apple computers and meets the technical and visual requirements of Mac users.
The German company stated that the new KW 9100 Slim for Mac keyboard (about 75 euros) features Chiclet buttons with a high-quality number pad with very flat SX membrane contact buttons, and has a long life span of up to 20 million clicks, and the angle of erection of the wireless keyboard can be adjusted. Easily with the removable magnetic strip, plus the built-in metal plate to provide the necessary stability.
It is enough for the user to press one key on the KW 9100 Slim for Mac keyboard to access 13 frequently used functions, such as Mission Control, Spotlight Search, Lock PC, media control or screen brightness, and by pressing the FN button, the keyboard Performs standard functions on the F buttons.
The LED indicator lights up when you’re running low on the 650mAh battery, which can be easily recharged via the included USB-A to USB-C cable, and the KW 9100 Slim for Mac wireless keyboard has a range of up to 10 meters via Bluetooth or USB. Wireless USB receiver 2.4 GHz.
With the KC 6000C for Mac keyboard (about 49 euros), Cherry aims to meet the requirements of the user, who works steadily; The new keyboard comes in a flat and compact design with a 1.8-meter USB-C cable, and includes durable Cherry SX buttons for a low-noise typing experience, which also has a long life.
The included rubber feet can be used to adjust the angle of the keyboard according to individual requirements, and it is stable on the desktop and non-slip thanks to the integrated metal plate, and similar to the wireless model, the KC 6000C for Mac keyboard features direct buttons for access to 13 most frequently used functions, as well as the FN buttons detailed.