1 Unit = 10 Switches
By now, gateron linears have gained quite some traction in the keyboard community, generally being smoother than their Cherry MX counterparts, while being more affordable. One such linear is the Gateron Black. Gateron Blacks are a really good linear switch for the price, offering good acoustics and feel without the hefty price tag. They have a more subdued sound signature, being a little more on the lower-pitched side, compared to the MX Blacks that have that signature high-pitched clack/pop sound. These are also a tad lighter the 80g bottom-out MX blacks, that tend to feel tiring to type on after long sessions. We're bringing in the milky version of the Gateron Blacks, which have a ever-so-slightly deeper and fuller sound when compared to other housing types.
- Gateron-style housing (Similar to Cherry MX)
- Support for switch top opining (MX style latching for the housing)
- 4.0mm travel
- 60g Actuation
- PCB-Mount (5-pin)
- Support for flush SMD LEDs, protruding SMD LEDs will not fit into the bottom housing