The new Cooler Master Novatouch TKL keyboard is finally here! I’ve known about this keyboard since it was an early prototype, long before it was common knowledge amongst the enthusiast PC market; so long that I started to believe it was a mythical device that would never make it to retail.
The ultra high-end Novatouch TKL keyboard offers a unique hybrid capacitive board design, which is said to offer high speed, extreme accuracy and total comfort when typing or gaming. The keyboard utilizes Japanese made hybrid capacitive switches which offer a uniform 45g actuation force and a super low 1mm actuation point.
I’ve actually had the pleasure of using this keyboard on a few occasions and the action is incredibly fast. Cooler Master say its APM is around 3x that of traditional mechanical switches, as it has a much shorter debounce time; StarCraft II eSports gamers are going to love this!
The keyboard features N-Key rollover and anti-ghosting, rate adjustment, 1000 Hz/1ms polling rate, 128kb of internal memory, a removable USB cable and it’s also fully compatible with Cherry MX keycaps.
The keyboard is available now in North America and Asia, and will also become available in European markets in mid November.