Ione X-Armor U9BL: Speeds And Feeds
Ione X-Armor U9BL
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|Keyboard Dimensions:||448 x 150 x 35 mm|
|Palm Rest Dimensions:||446 x 63 x 18 mm|
|Weight:||> 1.3 kg|
|Anti-Ghosting:||NKRO, limited to 6KRO USB operation|
|Switches:||Mechanical Switches, Cherry MX Blue|
|Switches||50 000 Keystrokes 4 mm Total Hub tactile, clicky|
|Layout||German, standard layout|
|Wired Connection:||PS/2 or USB (via adapter)|
|MSRP:||140.00 USD (unfortunately, difficult to find)|
(Source: Ione, Cherry)
That's a bit ignorant, since you didn't test them. Try a Topre Realforce and tell me it's a gimmick.
For all of you with exotic keyboards, you must be extra special picky ;) I type 110 wpm without error and have no trouble with the wave or 5500.
I bought my G110 for the extra macro keys that I never use. In fact I use the onboard volume control more often.
And it's "buckling spring", not "bent spring"