Wednesday, January 30th 2019

Cherry Unveils DW 9000 Slim Combo

CHERRY, the specialist for computer input devices, introduces the DW 9000 SLIM, a wireless desktop set with rechargeable battery. The mouse-keyboard set combines innovative features, outstanding craftsmanship, and a trendy, ultra-flat design. For flexibile use, both Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz wireless connections are supported. The CHERRY DW 9000 SLIM desktop set has a modern look, characterised by an ultra-flat design to ensure fatigue-free work sessions. The mouse and keyboard have a matching visual design and look great on the desk of every style-conscious consumer.
Highest processing quality and robust technology
Not only the design but also the build quality of the DW 9000 SLIM desktop set is of a high level. CHERRY has integrated a massive metal plate into the keyboard to create a solid product that doesn't move around on the desk. The keys use SX scissor technology, combining a great typing experience with a long lifespan. The keyboard features abrasion-resistant laser-inscribed keys, rubberized feet, and status LEDs for Caps Lock, Scroll Lock, and Num Lock. Included in the box are four optional rubber feet to change the tilt of the keyboard.

Wireless mouse with useful features
In keeping with the high-quality, functional keyboard, the six-button mouse also offers many useful features. These include rubberized side parts and a compact shape for an ideal hand position. The sensor resolution can be adjusted in three stages at the touch of a button, from 600 to 1,600 dpi. The mouse wheel is optical for higher precision and the USB receiver locks to the mouse magnetically. A travel bag and charging cable are included.

Long battery life and easy charging option
The mouse and keyboard in this desktop set are equipped with durable lithium batteries for long battery life. They can be recharged using a micro-USB cable, even during operation. Status LEDs show the remaining battery capacity and indicate when the battery level is low.

Support for 2.4 GHz wireless and Bluetooth
Users can simply connect the DW 9000 SLIM to a compatible system using the built-in Bluetooth 4.0 functionality, or alternatively, use the supplied nano-USB receiver to establish a 2.4 GHz wireless connection secured with AES-128 encryption. Switching between the two modes is done by pressing a button at the bottom of the mouse and keyboard. Using this feature, users can connect the DW 9000 SLIM to a notebook and desktop PC at the same time, quickly switching between the two at the push of a button.

The CHERRY DW 9000 SLIM desktop set will be available from February 2019 at a suggested retail price of £80/€99.
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16 Comments on Cherry Unveils DW 9000 Slim Combo

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
OOOOOh my that keyboard looks real nice, although it would annoy the crap out of when using it. Wounder how long the mouse would look like that.
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#2
fortiori
That mouse is a blatant, in-your face-ripoff of Logitech's MX Anywhere mouse.

I'm kind of stunned, they literally just copied it and released it as their own. The balls on these guys must way a ton and need a Ford F-350 to move them from place to place.
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#3
hat
Enthusiast
Too bad it's not wired. At least it doesn't have RGBs and more RGBs for the RGBs.
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
fortiori
That mouse is a blatant, in-your face-ripoff of Logitech's MX Anywhere mouse.

I'm kind of stunned, they literally just copied it and released it as their own. The balls on these guys must way a ton and need a Ford F-350 to move them from place to place.
Because how it looks WOW, there is much more to it than just that. for all you know this mouse might totally kick ass and tbh it looks much better than any logi mouse. Althoough how long for is another thing as that copper like banding might be just be coloring.

Wish people would stop bitch moaning about shit looking like some thing else, lets face it there is only so many kinds of good sizes \ shapes to be used so it's bound to happen.
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#5
fortiori
AsRock
Because how it looks WOW, there is much more to it than just that. for all you know this mouse might totally kick ass and tbh it looks much better than any logi mouse. Althoough how long for is another thing as that copper like banding might be just be coloring.

Wish people would stop bitch moaning about shit looking like some thing else, lets face it there is only so many kinds of good sizes \ shapes to be used so it's bound to happen.
Surely, you jest...

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#6
erixx
Matching looks? Are you sure?

An organic, rounded, 3-coloured mouse + square and monocoloured keyboard = matching? :banghead:
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#7
bug
Maybe it's just me, but, while I really like slim keyboards, chicklet-style is about the worst kind of keyboard I have ever used.
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#8
Joss
and a trendy, ultra-flat design
Stick your trendy where the sun doesn't shine.
The only trend I understand is functionality/comfort/durability.
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#9
bug
erixx
Matching looks? Are you sure?

An organic, rounded, 3-coloured mouse + square and monocoloured keyboard = matching? :banghead:
It's matching in diversity ;)
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#10
AsRock
TPU addict
fortiori
Surely, you jest...


Hey maybe they modeled it after it haha, pretty much everyone copy's everyone else for the most part, you seriously think there is NEW looking mice these days ?, sure you might get a look that's not been seen for a while but really.

You do realize that they have to make these too cater to only people right ?. and their is a lot of difference in those side buttons\ side panels.

But anyways, it looks more like a ornament than a mouse so thinking the copper color will fade and it be looking like crap and it's more about the name than being a good mouse.
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#11
LordH
Stupid enter key layout. I like the backslash and enter to be next to each other.
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#12
lexluthermiester
AsRock
OOOOOh my that keyboard looks real nice
That's what I was thinking. Has some style to it and with seemingly good functionality.
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#13
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
LordH
Stupid enter key layout. I like the backslash and enter to be next to each other.
Just noticed that! They put backslash and pipe key on the left!!!!!
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#14
lexluthermiester
LordH
Stupid enter key layout. I like the backslash and enter to be next to each other.
Easy Rhino
Just noticed that! They put backslash and pipe key on the left!!!!!
Um, that is because it's the UK version of the keyboard(notice the pound and euro symbols). Thus the prices in the article. The US version will have the keys in the correct spot.
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Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
lexluthermiester
Um, that is because it's the UK version of the board(notice the pound and euro symbols). Thus the prices in the article. The US version will have the keys in the right spot.
Wait, UK puts those keys on the left? Odd, they put the steering wheel on the right!:roll:
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#16
Joss
Easy Rhino
Odd, they put the steering wheel on the right!:roll:
At least they put clotted cream on scones :) yummy
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