This retro design is a tribute to one of the most legendary models in mechanical keyboard history

Step back in time with this version of the IBM Keyboard

New 8BitDo Retro Mechanical Keyboard M

Mechanical keyboards are still in fashion and are designed to be faster, more accurate and last longer than membrane ones. Tactile and sonic satisfaction Its keys are second to none. Well, now a Chinese brand that specializes in gadgets has launched its own A version of one of the most legendary keyboards in history. Can you guess what it looks like?

The new 8BitDo Retro Mechanical Keyboard M is inspired by the legendary IBM Model M.

In the mid-80s, the American multinational IBM was launched Model MAn affordable alternative to the Model F, and it's considered durable and timeless hardware today, but It is not classified as an “obsolete” product. You may still have luck finding a loose (and often defective) unit on sites like eBay, but it's worth looking around. The keyboard is very similar, 8BitDo just launched.

His name is Retro Mechanical Keyboard M, and is a retro version of the famous IBM Model M mechanical keyboard we just talked about. To begin with, you need to know what it is Compatible with Windows 10 and later and Android 9.0 or higherSo if you're working with MacOS, you can't use MacBooks, an operating system that Apple developed for its family of laptops.

This is the model Programmable keysIt can be easily configured with Ultimate Software V2 and its best advantage Connect via Bluetooth or USB-C cable. On the other hand, it comes with a 2,000 mAh capacity rechargeable lithium battery. 200 hours of use A four-hour charge will last more than eight days.

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New 8BitDo Retro Mechanical Keyboard M It will go on sale on July 15 In the US, but it can be pre-ordered now US Amazon website 93.67 dollars, about 86 euros. If you wait two more weeks, until July 31, you can buy it UK Amazon websiteYou can book now for £85, including currency conversion We will be talking about almost 100 euros.

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