A new keyboard called the CODE Keyboard has been designed by keyboard expert Weyman Kwong and developer/blogger Jeff Atwood which hope to bring all the stele and precision of a mechanical keyboard with none of the down sides such as the noise.
The new CODE Keyboard is now available to purchase for $150 and is available in either 104-key or the 87-key layouts and features e “ultra-rare” Cherry MX Clear mechanical keyswitches as well as LED backlighting.
The Cherry MX Clear mechanical keyswitches have been mounted onto a steel backplate making the CODE Keyboard weighty and sturdy at the same time, weighing in at 2.42 lbs as is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux systems.
“Ultra-rare Cherry MX Clear mechanical keyswitches are the heart of the CODE keyboard. These switches are unique in the Cherry line because they combine solid actuation force with quiet, non-click activation, and a nice tactile bump on every keystroke. These hard to find switches deliver a superior typing experience over cheap rubber dome keyboards – without deafening your neighbors in the process.”
Source: Coding HorrorFiled Under: Hardware, Top News