Today, we have a special treat: a limited edition commemorative keyboard made by Kailh to showcase their new Box White switches. These clicky switches are sealed to prevent water and dust ingress, but they also offer an interesting shorter travel and lighter weight than standard Cherry MX Blue switches. That should make them good for both typing and gaming.
Combined with PBT keycaps, a full-size layout and RGB side lighting, and this special keyboard could be more than a showcase — it could be a legitimately good choice at $79. Let’s put it to the test and see how it performs.Design
The Kailh Box Switch commemorative keyboard is certainly eye-catching, with [...]
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