The PureWriter RGB is a compact mechanical low-profile keyboard with an elegant design and is especially suitable for mobile use due to the removable USB cable. Sharkoon’s keyboard is available with red Kailh switches, designed for gaming and with blue Kailh switches, perfect for frequent writers. You can choose between a 2-block layout without numpad (TKL) and a 3-block layout.
Our test object is the Sharkoon PureWriter TKL RGB in a 2-block layout with red Kailh switches.
Technical details (manufacturer information)
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||355 x 127 x 35 mm|
|weight without cable:||503 g|
|Switches:||mechanical (Kailh Red)|
|Max. polling rate:||1,000 Hz|
|lighting:||RGB (eight predefined effects)|
|cable:||USB cable 50 / 150 cm (Micro-USB)|
|Specials:||function keys with preset multimedia functions
2-block layout (TKL)
4 storable lighting profiles
Low-Profile (flat keys)
|actuating force||45 g|
|switchover point:||not noticeable|
|distance to switching point:||1.5 mm|
|lifetime of the keys:||Min. 50 million keystrokes|
Scope of delivery
In the scope of delivery, in addition to the keyboard itself, 2 USB cables with a length of 50 cm and 150 cm are included. Also included is an instruction manual, which I think is hard to read.