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Top products of Cherry and Apple

Cherry Stream Keyboard

Cherry Stream Keyboard

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Cherry KW 9100

Cherry KW 9100

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Cherry MX Board 3.0

Cherry MX Board 3.0

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Apple Magic Keyboard

Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID

Apple Magic Keyboard with ID Touch.

Cherry Keyboards

Cherry is a German-based computer hardware company that manufactures keyboards, mouse devices, and other input devices. The company was founded in 1953 and has since become a leading manufacturer of keyboards and other input devices. Cherry keyboards are known for their high quality, durability, and wide variety of features. Cherry offers a wide range of keyboards for different purposes, including gaming, office, and general use. The company's keyboards are also available in a variety of colors and styles to suit different preferences. Cherry keyboards are typically more expensive than other brands, but they offer a higher quality product.

Apple Keyboards

Since the release of the first iPhone in 2007, Apple has become one of the most well-known and successful brands in the world. While best known for their line of iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks, Apple also produces a number of accessories, including keyboards. Today, we’re taking a look at Apple’s line of keyboards, discussing their features, who they’re for, and how they compare to similar products on the market.

Apple’s keyboard offerings can be divided into two main categories: wired and wireless. Both wired and wireless options are available in both full-size and compact varieties. The wired keyboards connect to your computer via USB, while the wireless keyboards use Bluetooth. Apple’s wireless keyboards are powered by AA batteries, which can be replaced when they run out of power.

The main difference between the full-size and compact keyboards is, of course, the size. Apple’s full-size keyboard is just under 17 inches wide, while the compact keyboard is about 11 inches wide. The compact keyboard does not have a numeric keypad, which can be a drawback for some users. However, the compact keyboard is much more portable, making it a good choice for users who need to take their keyboard with them on the go.

One of the most unique features of Apple’s keyboards is the incorporation of the company’s trademarked “butterfly” key mechanism. This key mechanism was designed to make the keys more responsive and to reduce the amount of space required for the keyboard. Apple’s butterfly keys are shallower than traditional keys, which can take some getting used to. However, many users find that the keys are more comfortable and responsive than traditional keys.

Another unique feature of Apple’s keyboards is the ability to customize the function keys. The function keys are the keys at the top of the keyboard that are typically used for things like adjusting the volume or brightness. On Apple’s keyboards, these keys can be customized to perform different functions. For example, they can be programmed to launch specific apps or to control music playback.

Apple’s keyboards are well-built and offer a number of unique features that set them apart from other keyboards on the market. However, they come at a premium price. Apple’s keyboards start at about $70 for the wired model and $100 for the wireless model