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Cherry G80 High Quality Click Action Keyboard G80-3000LSCGB-2

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  • Individual keys with Gold Crosspoint contacts (MX Technology)
  • Codeset 3 support (PS/2 connection only) e.g. for Unix computers
  • Perfect key feeling
  • High-quality keyboard for outstanding writing performance, fulfilling even the highest demands
  • Extremely high service life of individual keys
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Technical Details
BrandCherry
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions50.8 x 25.2 x 5.4 cm
Item model numberG80-3000LSCGB-2
SeriesG80-3000LSCEU-2
  
Additional Information
ASINB0041KJKAG
Best Sellers Rank 3,272 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available20 Aug. 2010
  
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Product Description

Cherry G80-3000LSCGB-2 - G80-3000 Standard USB/PS2 PC Keyboard (Black) - UK

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113 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Joao Teixeira on 15 Jan. 2014
The meaning of the product codes for all Cherry G80-3000 keyboards is as follows

G80-3000L[x]C[yy]-[z]

"x" indicates the type of cherry switches used; it may take the values:

S = MX Blue switches (see [...)
These switches have tactile feedback with a click; good for typing.
P = MX Black switches (see[...])
These are linear switches (no feedback); good for gaming.
Q = MX Clear switches (see [...])
These switches have soft tactile feedback (with no click).

"yy" indicates the layout, e.g.: GB (british), DE (german), ...

"z" indicates the color: 0 for white, and 2 for black

I got this from a review on the German amazon site.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Josh on 18 Jun. 2013
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I purchased this keyboard after trying out MX Blue switches on the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate, but I wasn't willing to spend that much money on a keyboard, so I opted for the Cherry G80 as Cherry are a reputable company for keyboards. The keyboard arrived the next day (Amazon Prime) and I opened it with excitement, plugged it in, let Windows Update take care of the drivers and I was ready to go!

The first thing you will undoubtably notice about the keyboard is the very loud, yet very satisfying, "click" with each key press. At first I was worried that this would get annoying but it is really nice typing feedback.

The next thing you will notice (if you haven't used a mechanical keyboard before) is the ability to type by only pushing each key about half way down (pushing the key all the way is known as "bottoming out" and creates a much louder sound). The ability to activate the switch with a half-press is awesome, especially if you're a touch typer who likes to type as fast as possible.

Overall this keyboard is very nice to type (and program, and play games) on, and is a bargain at £60! It feels sturdy enough to last a long time and is a bargain at £60! If you're thinking about making the "switch" to mechanical keyboards, and are an avid typer/gamer, definitely go for it!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Bond VINE VOICE on 15 Dec. 2011
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I agonised over buying this keyboard, and even complained to Amazon, at the time of writing the pictures of this keyboard on the site are wrong. This is a standard GB layout, with the key at ALT-GR+4, £ at Shift+3 etc etc...

But, this keyboard is excellent. The keys switches are lovely to type on, the spacing is perfect, I find it hard to go back to my other machines which do not have this keyboard attached. For typing large documents, and importantly, for programming I have never found any keyboard better.

Compared to the Filco mechanical keyboards, I'd choose this every time.

I have no niggles with the keyboard itself at all... the only think which concerned me when is started using it was the space bar, numpad 0, enter and return keys all felt a little softer than the other keys on the board. They still clicked, but felt quieter... but this turned out to be a great feature, as a typist whom is so used to bottoming out all my key strokes on rubber dome and membrane boards these commonly used keys being slightly softer means I'm not deafened by the constant hard clack between every word/statement where a space is required.

An excellent keyboard, probably a little too loud for office use, and too loud for use where you're sharing digs with someone whom wants to sleep (and us programmers really are a nocturnal bunch). But alone, working hard, the feedback and ease of use of this board really make it leap into a league of its own.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ballard on 28 Jan. 2013
These keyboards do not have backplates (a steel plate to which the keys are mounted - this model is PCB mounted), so don't expect them to feel good under frantic typing especially if you bottom out a lot (like me) as the board will flex quite readily. The beige version has superior quality keycaps, laser etched PBT vs what I think is painted lettering on ABS on the black model. Their build quality is sufficient and the feet are decent and provide ok grip. MX Blues are nice for typing, but are noisy so could easily irritate others, that said membrane makes noise too, not as loud but possibly more irritating.

There's better made keyboards out there for similar money, but these are not bad keyboards.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Caerphoto on 22 Jan. 2014
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I bought this keyboard in June 2011, so as of this review I've had it nearly 2 and a half years. It's held up perfectly, despite the occasional bit of abuse (thumping it in frustration). It still feels just like new, and the version I got, with Blue switches, really is lovely to type on.

As other reviews have mentioned, the build quality isn't amazing, and you don't get nice extras like media keys or backlighting, but then this is by quite a significant margin the most inexpensive Cherry MX keyboard you can get (£54 as I write this). Yeah it's lightweight and flexes a bit - if you want a sturdier build, extra features etc., get a Ducky Zero, a Filco or even a Corsair K70 for maximum bling, but be prepared to pay £80+, and more likely over £100.

For what it's worth, I also have a CM Storm QuickFire Rapid (the tenkeyless one) with Brown switches, and I'm honestly not sure which I prefer. They certainly make less noise, but the feedback on the Blue is more obvious, and of course the click is there too to let you know the key's actuated. Possibly the Blue switches in a less hollow-feeling case than the G80's would sound more muted (it does reverberate a little here).

Keycaps: they're fine. Laser-etched, so they won't ever wear out, but you can feel them very faintly. They're not rough or anything, and on commonly-used keys they'll smooth out over time (and become slightly faded, but still completely legible).
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