Cherry Americas has recently launched two keyboards and a mouse for Mac devices in order to improve the productivity of Mac users. The new products include the KW 9100 Slim for Mac, the KC 6000C keyboard, and the GENTIX BT Bluetooth wireless mouse.
KW 9100 Slim
This is a wireless keyboard with a rechargeable 650mAh battery. The Chiclet layout with numeric keypad uses SX key technology, which Cherry claims has a lifespan of 10 million keystrokes.
The keyboard offers a programmable button that provides 13 Mac features such as task control, Spotlight search, screen brightness, media controls and more. The keyboard comes with a USB-A to USB-C cable and requires macOS High Sierra 10.13 or later. It is currently available on Amazon for $59.99 (about CNY 418).
Cherry’s KC 6000C is a wired USB-C keyboard with a Mac layout for the keys. The keyboard also features a programmable button that provides 13 Mac functions such as task control, Spotlight search, screen brightness, media controls and more.
The company says their proprietary Cherry SX scissor technology is low noise and high quality. The expected lifespan is 10 million keystrokes. It has a sleek, minimalist design that fits the Mac aesthetic, with rubber feet that are height adjustable to provide ergonomic writing.
The KC 6000C is already available on Amazon for $35 (about CNY 244).
The Gentix BT mouse connects wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.0 to a Mac, iPad or even a smart TV. The blue illuminated scroll wheel provides a visual highlight, giving information about the selected resolution and battery status. It has a switchable precision optical sensor that provides plenty of precision and speed with a sensitivity of up to 2000 DPI.
The Gentix BT is already available on Amazon for $24.99.