In the context of the mechanical keyboard market is gradually becoming saturated with the familiar and boring trends, new models of mechanical keyboards are having difficulty in becoming prominent to be able to attract the eyes. and user attention. Recognizing the success and growing trend of lightweight, highly portable devices, Cooler Master has launched Cooler Master SK630 – a Low-Profile keyboard, featuring a slim and delicate key design ready for every job and game.
Fansby of chiclet keyboard design would be very happy to own Cooler Master SK630 Ultrathin. With super-flat keycaps and the new Cherry MX Low-Profile switch in standard tenkeyless format, you have finally found an extremely chic chiclet-style keyboard that is not as bad as laptop keyboards. And with the special features of the proprietary Master Cool SK630, you will have all the tools you need to achieve a perfect victory at work and at play.
Cooler Master SK630 Equipped with a Cherry MX Low-Profile mechanical switch with all qualities visible to traditional Cherry MX, but has an extra level of mobility thanks to its smaller and thinner size while the key travel is reduced. go there 0.8mm. In addition to the super-flat keycaps and the cluttered and awesome tenkeyless format yet? You have a high-performance gaming keyboard in a compact chiclet body.
Cooler Master SK630 features a slim, classic design of the most popular chiclet keyboard and combines it with Cool Master's signature blend of sophistication and functionality. This includes an aluminum top plate for durability and modern beauty, while the well-contoured floating key design gives you an extra dimension of functionality and beauty. The result is a familiar-looking keyboard, but it feels unlike any other chiclet-style keyboard you've used before.
The SK630 features the best anti-ghosting technology that allows you to receive 6 keys at once to ensure that every keystroke is detected correctly, even in the hottest, most stressful moments of your game. It's easy to know that no matter how fast and dangerous it is, your keyboard can handle it.