Friday, April 27th 2018

Cherry Introduces the KC 6000 SLIM Keyboard

Cherry has launched their KC 600 SLIM keyboard, which brings about a new-found interest in flair and a modern, stylish design. Cherry themselves are adamant on this, as they say that "The CHERRY KC 6000 SLIM keyboard impresses with its precise scissor mechanism, compact dimensions and state-of-the-art design. A sturdy keyboard with an integrated metal plate, it is a particularly attractive addition to the desk of the style-conscious user."

Cherry's KC 6000 SLIM makes use of the company's SX key scissor mechanics switch technology. According to Cherry, this guarantees an excellent typing feel, a perfect operation, and a long service life. The keycaps being laser-engraved means that Cherry has bet on durability and resistance to abrasion. The CHERRY KC 6000 SLIM is available from May 2018 for a recommended retail price of €40 / $50 / £35, and is available on two different colors: silver housing with white keys, or black housing with black keys.
Source: Cherry
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15 Comments on Cherry Introduces the KC 6000 SLIM Keyboard

#1
FYFI13
Now do the same but without numpad, please.
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#2
Kn0xxPT
Yep, looking for a new keyboard and the black one ..seems very cool.
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#3
Krekeris
Very nice. I was looking for ages to replace my old K740 Logi.
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#4
phanbuey
"FYFI13 said:
Now do the same but without numpad, please.
^ I would buy that in a heartbeat.
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#6
lexluthermiester
"FYFI13 said:
Now do the same but without numpad, please.
Um, no.

This is something I like! Beautiful styling, soft, clean lines and the RGB isn't over-the-top. Very nice.
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#7
RealNeil
I'd want the whole layout.
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#8
Vayra86
+1 on the TKL version... Did someone write Cherry yet? :P
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#9
Camm
TKL and get rid of the chiclet nonsense and it'd be a insta buy for me :).
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#11
Fx
"Stefano76 said:
It's nice to see PC devices manufacturer starting to think more about design, too bad that design was 100% copied from an Apple keyboard made 11 years ago https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tastiere_Apple
I disagree. I see many differences. It is a nice looking board that brings many of its own design and materials to the market.

Apple isn't the only company that knows how to design sleek.
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#12
Stefano76
you should be blind if you don't see that this has been copied.
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#13
RealNeil
I have an Apple Keyboard on one of my PCs. This looks a lot like it. But better looking.
I really like the chiclet keys too. It's easy to type with and semi-alright for games.
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#14
erixx
Classic example of "form over function" Chiclet is totally counterproductive. I wouldn't use it to type a lot.
Thanks to it's sculped forms I don't have to look at my keyboard to start typing.
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#15
RealNeil
I have three types of Mech-Keyboards and I don't like two of them.
My Logitec G410 is probably the best one that I have, but I have no problems with Planks like this.

I'll probably get one.
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