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Cooler Master is launching a 60% keyboard

By James Lu - on 6 Jun 2018, 11:13am

Cooler Master is launching a 60% keyboard

The 60% form factor keyboard is one of the most popular sizes among keyboard enthusiasts, but for some reason no mainstream peripheral brand currently makes a 60% keyboard.

That will soon be changing however as Cooler Master has just announced a 60% keyboard in its upcoming SK series.

The SK series will have three size options: the full-size SK640, the TKL SK630, and the 60% SK620. The SK620 model appears to have a dedicated arrow cluster in the bottom right corner and a shortened right shift key. Missing keys, such as F1 to F9, as well as Print Screen, Scroll Lock, and Pause, will all be accessible via Fn key layers.

The entire lineup features Cherry's new MX Low Profile switches. You'll also get ultrathin low profile keycaps, a brushed aluminum top plate, RGB illumination, a USB type C detachable cable, and an LED light bar that frames the keyboard, all packed in a minimalist design. 

The SK series is expected to release later this year.

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