The videogame experience in a gaming notebook passes through the keyboard. Alienware introduces the first gaming notebook with Cherry MX
Who buys a notebook da gaming it certainly has a very high expectation. The US company presented the world’s first notebook with a very special keyboard: the Cherry MX. The new ones m15 R4 e m17 R4 they will then be equipped with this keyboard.
The collaboration with Cherry MX (also known as Project X) has its roots three years ago. The common goal is to provide amechanical keyboard experience in a notebook. Thus offering a substantial advantage in competitive games.
After more than 160 prototypes of material and mechanical modification experiments, Alienware and Cherry MX developed a design with profile very low 3.5mm incorporating cmechanical components in stainless steel for a truly unique experience.
This mechanical switch offers a full stroke of 1.8 mm with a self-cleaning mechanism tested for 15 million presses. The beating is absolutely free of any oscillation or curvature. All this was obviously achieved without changing the size of the thinnest notebooks. There will also be a incredibly responsive and tactile feedback with the new keyboards, accompanied by the classic click distinguishable with each press. There is also a range of programmable keys for assigning macro keys and RGB backlight with over 16.8 million colors.
The new subtle and powerful Alienware m15 e m17 also offer 10th generation Intel processor, Nvidia 3080 GPU, 4 TB of storage, micro-SD card reader and Thunderbolt 3 capable of charging the notebook quickly. The addition of the mechanical keyboard will have an economic impact of 150$.
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