The CHERRY G84-4100LCMUS-2 is an ultra-slim, compact keyboard featuring 86 key layout, with full 101 key functionality. Combined Mechanical Keyswitch Technology with lasered keycaps for industrial and commercial applications, this keyboard has been designed for all applications where reduced space requirements and low weight are of great important – ideal for banking/financial applications or medical environments and for portable systems. It is also a great peripheral for your slim line PCs and notebooks.
Awesome keyboard in some ways
Pros: Excellent tactile feel! At first the keys were a little too hard to press but once I got used to them, I found I like this keyboard better than any other keyboard I've used. I hate mushy keys and this keyboard's keys are not that. I have had my keyboards (at home and at work) for a couple of years and the keys still feel like brand new. This keyboard really encouraged me to concentrate when I was first starting to use it and it has paid off - I didn't do any official timing but I'm sure I can type faster and with fewer errors than before. I certainly have more fun typing. It's a mini if you need that feature. Keys are full size.
Cons: It can seem loud at times. The labeling on the keys is cheap and have faded away on my most used keys! I got mine somewhat cheaper but there's no way that they should fade on a keyboard this expensive. I have had a keyboard that cost almost one tenth as much and the labeling on the keys did not fade. It is certainly a fine keyboard but I sure wish it cost less!
Other Thoughts: If the keys were illuminated then this keyboard would be perfect because then the fading of the key labels would not come into play.
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“Excellent tactile feel! At first the keys were a little too hard to press but once I got used to them, I found I like ...”— rajafarian 5/15/2010