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Nanoxia release their Ncore Retro keyboard

Nanoxia release their Ncore Retro keyboard

Nanoxia release their Ncore Retro keyboard

Nanoxia release their Ncore Retro keyboard

 
Have you ever wanted to take your typing experience back to the typewriter era, or a simple mechanical keyboard with some Retro styling? Nanoxia may just have the keyboard for you with their new Ncore Retro.
 
This keyboard is designed to look like a traditional typewriter, with a replaceable key with chrome plated ABS which are placed on top of Kahil white mechanical switches, which act similarly to Cherry's MX Blue switches. 
 
The Ncore Retro will be available in UK, US and German layouts, with the german version becoming available for sale today. This keyboard will have an MSRP of €109.99, which includes 19% VAT. This keyboard is expected to be available in stores by the end of this week in other regions.  

  

Nanoxia release their Ncore Retro keyboard

 

This keyboard will come with 12 multi-media keys, N-key rollover, Anti-ghosting technology and a retro style that was previously only available to modders. This keyboard will also connect to your PC using a braided USB cable. 

 

You can join the discussion on Nanoxia's Ncore Retro keyboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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06-12-2016, 14:33:26

Tripp
I'm still after a 60% keyboard myself, this looks slick but I can't see it being nice for prolonged periods of timeQuote

06-12-2016, 14:35:48

WYP
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Originally Posted by Tripp View Post
I'm still after a 60% keyboard myself, this looks slick but I can't see it being nice for prolonged periods of time
I want one. If there was a "buy it now" link for the Uk i don't know if I could prevent myself from buying it.Quote

06-12-2016, 16:15:25

AlienALX
It's nice but very expensive. Mind you, just a set of vintage caps like that cost more than the keyboard (around £130).

Still too big for me though. I don't need a numberpad.Quote

06-12-2016, 16:59:01

SuB
The switches are called kailh not Kalih (unless this is a new brand?) Also those caps scream of typing finger fatigue :S

That's also pretty expensive for kailh'sQuote

06-12-2016, 17:10:35

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
The switches are called kailh not Kalih (unless this is a new brand?) Also those caps scream of typing finger fatigue :S

That's also pretty expensive for kailh's
It is but I have been through three blue switch boards now and none seemed any different

I started out on a Cherry thing. Ugly as sin but all blues. I then switched to a Razer with Razer's blue switches and now a Magicforce using OUTEMU switches and tbh dude I really could not see any difference in any of them.

I know someone said my board was apparently crap and breaks etc but I have had it over a year and as you guys know I use it a lot and I have had no issues whatsoever.Quote
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