PC & Console Peripherals

The best Stream ever? The Cherry Stream (2019) keyboard in test

With the wide range of keyboards on offer today, you can fulfil every wish. Mechanical keys with different pressure points, different feedback and different volume. Especially when it comes to gaming, new possibilities are always being sought to recognize the keystroke as quickly as possible, so that even optical mechanical buttons are already in use. But not always fast buttons are needed. Whoever sits at the computer for a long time and uses the keyboard to work has other wishes. A reasonable feedback is always good, but here ergonomics and typing feel are important. With the Stream series, Cherry mainly addresses the “professional typists” and now offers “the best stream ever”. What makes the Stream so good and how it compares to other keyboards we have tested for you.

Cherry Stream

Scope of delivery

The scope of delivery includes everything you need. Next to the keyboard, there is only a note for warranty and environmental protection, as the packaging carries the logo of the blue angel. Otherwise, nothing else is needed beside the keyboard. Plug it in and get started.

By the way, the Blue Angel is an eco-label of the German government, which distinguishes products that pay special attention to environmental protection. This includes criteria such as durability and reparability, the building structure and connection technology, the choice of materials and labeling, as well as the material requirements for the case parts. Other keyboards would perhaps be entitled to do so, but the eco-label is not awarded automatically, but must be applied for.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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